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Blood in the Urine (Hematuria) (cont.)

Blood in Urine Treatment

Hematuria caused by medications or a minor, temporary problem may not require specific treatment. Otherwise, treatment is directed at the underlying cause of the bleeding in the urine. UTIs are treated with antibiotics. Sometimes, people with recurrent kidney stones are treated with medications. Cancers of the urinary tract are treated according to their type and extent of spread (stage).

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