You will need
- - blood and urine;
- x - ray examination of the kidneys and ureters;
- - magnetic resonance imaging;
- - retrograde pielografia;
- - cystoscopy;
- - yarrow, nettle, rose hips, bearberry leaves, BlackBerry root, flax seeds, peony root, Golden rod, centaury, juniper fruit.
Microscopic hematuria is often an incidental finding in the General analysis of blood at the screening tests, or a regular visit to the doctor and not necessarily a urologist. Gross hematuria requires immediate visit of the doctor to diagnose the disease.
Assigned laboratory urinalysis and investigation of urinary sediment. For the amount of protein in the urine is a sign of inflammation of the kidneys or urinary tract. The number of red blood cells determines the intensity of the bleeding. Is necessarily performed urine Cytology for the detection in it of abnormal cells.
With a poor urine tests conducted x-rays of the kidneys and ureters. Other studies type of computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, retrograde pyelography, cystoscopy can provide insight on possible formations kidney, ureter, bladder.
Treatment of hematuria depends entirely on the reasons that caused it – it may be damage to the renal pelvis and ureter in the movement of stone, infection of the urinary system pyelonephritis. A common cause of hematuria is caused by compression of the tumor, nearby tissues, blood vessels and urinary tract. Blood in the urine appears when the initial signs of glomerulonephritis.
The appearance of erythrocytes in urine folk medicine recommends the intake of such herbs as yarrow, stinging nettle, rose hips, bearberry leaves, roots blackberries, barley seeds, root of the peony, Golden rod, centaury, juniper.
Approximately 10% of cases the appearance of erythrocytes in urine is cause for concern is. But further 1-3% of the examined patients revealed malignancy, suggesting the need for further examination after 6, 12, 24, 36 months.
The cause of the red blood cells, in addition to diseases of the genitourinary system, there may be jaundice, typhoid, scarlet fever, measles, smallpox, yellow fever, hemophilia, etc.