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Some of the causes of blood in urine include kidney cancer, internal injury, inflammation of the urethra, kidney failure, surgery, urinary tract infections and taxing activity. It may not be easy to determine the exact c... More »

Causes of blood in a child's urine, also known as hematuria, include cysts or other blockages in the urinary tract, mineral imbalances, diseases that impede the filtration of blood in the kidneys, and inherited kidney di... More »

Common causes of blood in men's urine include an enlarged prostate, kidney or bladder stones, and urinary tract infections, according to Mayo Clinic. Regardless of cause blood in the urine typically indicates a condition... More »

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