Causes of blood in women's urine include urinary tract problems such as bladder cancer and kidney stones, as well as blood disorders such as hemophilia and thrombocytopenia, according to MedlinePlus. Blood that looks lik... More »

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Causes for blood in a woman's urine include bladder or kidney infections, kidney stones or kidney disease, according to WebMD. Other causes include vigorous exercise, a tumor or even certain medications. More »

Urinary tract infections, kidney or bladder stones and kidney infections can cause blood in the urine of women over 50, states WebMD. A few other factors include consuming certain medicines and foods, according to Drugs.... More »

Causes for blood in a woman's urine include bladder or kidney infections, kidney stones or kidney disease, according to WebMD. Other causes include vigorous exercise, a tumor or even certain medications. More »

Causes of blood loss include wounds, underlying pathologies such as hemophilia and thrombocytopenia, menstruation and miscarriages. How blood loss affects the patient depends on the cause and how much blood they lose. Ho... More »

Causes of abdomen distension in women include pregnancy, overeating, gas or medical conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, or an intolerance to lactose, explains Healthline. A distended abdomen is also caused by in... More »

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Causes of bloody urine include kidney infections, enlarged prostate, sickle cell anemia, kidney disease and bladder or kidney stones, states Mayo Clinic. Blood in the urine may come from the kidney, the bladder, the uret... More »

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