There are also double J tubes in the body. There is slight hematuria and sometimes blood clots when urinating. Is this a normal phenomenon?
Hematuria after percutaneous nephroscopy is a normal phenomenon. If the ureteral stent retained in the body will also have hematuria, just keep drinking more water. Generally, you can go to the hospital to pull out the tube more than 4 weeks after the operation, and there will be no obvious problem.
When there is a small amount of light pink hematuria 14 days after percutaneous nephroscopy, it may also be a normal phenomenon. First of all, we should observe it, and regularly recheck the ultrasound of the corresponding kidney, because there may be some exudation after the operation. However, we can only judge whether further treatment is needed through the recheck results.
Hematuria after percutaneous nephroscopy is a normal postoperative reaction. If it is mild hematuria, you generally don't need to be too nervous. Drinking more water will generally improve. At the same time, you need to pay attention to the surrounding situation to see whether it has improved. If you want to learn more seriously, it is recommended to go to the hospital for reexamination in time