menstrual blood for blood originating in the urine; men may confuse blood in the urine with blood in an ejaculation (which usually suggests a prostate problem).
What causes it?
Blood in the urine can have a variety of causes. As a rule, blood visible to the eye is caused by a problem in the lower urinary tract (ureter, bladder, or urethra), and microscopic blood in the urine usually originates in the upper tract (kidneys).
Here’s a list of possible causes:
Kidney and urinary tract problems
-Urinary tract infection (cystitis) (Along with kidney stones, UTIs are the most