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Chantix blood in urine?

  • Chantix is a relatively new medicine and all the possible side effects are not yet fully determined. It can affect the kidneys so any urinary tract symptoms are important to describe to your medical professional who prescribed the medication. Be sure you are taking it exactly as prescribed, the correct amounts and that you are not taking it for longer than the prescription said to be taking it. Report any unusual symptoms, like blood in the urine, to a medical professional. A pharmacist can also advise you about the side effects of Chantix.

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  • Answer: Chantix is a relatively new medicine and all the possible side effects are not yet fully determined. It can affect the kidneys so any urinary tract symptoms are important to describe to your medical professional who prescribed the medication. Be sure you are taking it exactly as prescribed, the correct amounts and that you are not taking it for longer than the prescription said to be taking it. Report any unusual symptoms, like blood in the urine, to a medical professional. A pharmacist can also advise you about the side effects of Chantix.
  • Answer: The drug screen is usually run on the urine so the drop of blood really has nothing to do with it.
  • Answer: It can mean a number of things. One very probable possibility to the blood in the urine is early signs of failing kidneys. Or even some sort of trauma to the kidneys such as a hard hit. The protein in the blood is most likely a separate issue and easily solved, if your diet has more protein than your body uses, it dispenses the excess protein to the bloodstream. Eat less meat.
  • Answer: High white blood cell count would mean an infection of some type. The body raises white blood cells to fight infections. If it is along with blood in urine, it would most likely be a urine infection, which can be cured with antibiotics.
  • Answer: Blood and WBCs (white blood cells) indicate an infection, either of the bladder, kidneys.
  • Answer: The problem is not blood in the urine itself. Rather blood in the urine is a sign of something. Something that is not right somewhere within the urogenital tract. For men and women. It could be something as simple as a low-grade infection. It might be a bladder or kidney stone, bobbling around causing irritation of the lining and therefore blood. Or it may be an early warning sign of a kideny cancer, ureteral cancer or even a bladder cancer. Could be a urinary tract infection. However take her to a urologist even if your doctor throws antibiotics at the problem or says come back in a few months and will see if the problem still exists. Find a urologist get her to it.
  • Answer: If your urine is pinkish in color, there might be blood in it. See a physician.
  • Answer: seek medical attention. namely, go to a doctor... You should go to a doctor to have it checked out.You may have strained yourself or something but you still should go to a doctor to have it checked.
  • Answer: Get to an Emergency room NOW.
  • Answer: Blood in the urine can mean several different things. But, the main problem imposed by blood in the urine is a Kidney Stone. You might want to get it checked ASAP.
  • Answer: Not directly. It might cause "spotting" - small amounts of blood from inside the womb that sometimes appears between periods and this might contaminate a urine sample (i.e. a false positive for haematuria - blood in the urine). A properly conducted mid-stream urine test should prevent contamination of the urine by uterine blood.
  • Answer: The medical term for the presence of blood in urine is hematuria.Traces of blood in your urine could indicate a urinary tractinfection, a kidney infection, an enlarged prostate or kidneydisease. Other causes may be kidney or bladder stones, injury dueto over exertion during exercise or cancer.
  • Answer: This could be an allergic reaction of sorts to the antibiotics.It may also suggest that there are more serious problems than what you may have thought.Either way, you should always contact your doctor or local care office if you are experiencing such problems as blood in urine or other body fluids.
  • Answer: Normally there is no protein detectable on a urinalysis strip. Protein can indicate kidney damage, blood in the urine, or an infection. Up to 10% of children can have protein in their urine. Certain diseases require the use of a special, more sensitive (and more expensive) test for protein called a microalbumin test. A microalbumin test is very useful in screening for early damage to the kidneys from diabetes, for instance.

    "Occult blood" simply means "hidden" blood; blood that is not visible, but is still present. Normally there is no blood in the urine. Blood can indicate an infection, kidney stones, trauma, or bleeding from a bladder or kidney tumor. The technician may indicate whether it is hemolyzed (disolved blood) or non-hemolyzed (intact red blood cells). Rarely, muscle injury can cause myoglobin to appear in the urine which also causes the reagent pad to falsely indicate blood