Our expert says:
Blood in the urine is usually due to an infection but can also be due to serious diseases like cancer. Best would be for him to still drink at least 8 glasses of water per day (you don't want clots forming in the bladder) and you can give him Citrosoda 2 teaspoons in water 3 times a day until he sees the doctor. If he has a cramping pain, fever or the bleeding worsens, rather take him to emergency room to see the doctor earlier.
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