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I have unexplained weight gain and blood in my urine

Posted by @cindywho01, Mar 31, 2016

Im very new to this and not sure where to post here it goes
Im 49 healthy female i workout a lot not in gym but am a outdoors person. In last 2.5 yrs i have gained 42 lbs. Im a healthy eater. Some probkens ive noticed
Hardly pee maybe ince a day is normal at times twice
Have had my pee checked and always shows blood.
Lots weiggt gain.
Tired
Eat healthy

I dint think its notmal to hardly pee as i drink at least 3-4 pitcher of water a day. Ppl cimment about the amount i drink i feel dehydrated all time and rather fill up in fluids over food.
Im constantly going to dr and getting blood wirk abd she says im good.

Any info please .so depressing gaining so much weight

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Hi @cindywho01 and welcome to Connect! I can’t imagine how troubling this must be for you and how frustrating it is to not have answers. While I cannot provide a diagnosis online, I did find some information on potential causes of blood in urine that I hope you find helpful: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/blood-in-urine/basics/causes/con-20032338

Have you considered seeing a specialist?

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Hi @cindywho01. Never ignore blood you see in the urine. Get checked by your doctor, especially since you are experiencing other symptoms such as changes in weight, energy, and mood. Your doctor can run a series of tests to find out what the cause may be and work with you to confirm an accurate diagnosis and treatment.

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Hi @cindywho01. Never ignore blood you see in the urine. Get checked by your doctor, especially since you are experiencing other symptoms such as changes in weight, energy, and mood. Your doctor can run a series of tests to find out what the cause may be and work with you to confirm an accurate diagnosis and treatment.

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Hi @cindywho01, were you ever able to get some answers from your doctor about the problems you were having?

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