Blood in Urine, Symptoms and Causes

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Blood in pee must be checked out because it can be a sign of cancer. This is easier to treat if it's found early.

Causes of blood in urine

Blood in your pee could come from anywhere in the urinary tract – the bladder, kidneys or urethra (the tube that carries pee out of the body).

If you have other symptoms, this might give you an idea of the cause. Do not self-diagnose – see a GP if you think it's blood in your pee.

Burning pain when peeing, need to pee often, smelly or cloudy pee, high temperature, pain in sides or lower back urinary tract infections (UTIs)

Bad pain in sides, lower back or groin that comes and goes, unable to lie still, feeling sick kidney stones

Older men (common in over-50s) finding it difficult to pee, needing to pee suddenly and often, waking up to pee in middle of the night.


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