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Urination with some blood?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 13, 2007
  • 05:46 PM

Ever since yesterday I have been experiencing some urination with blood. I started to notice last night that I was urination more often than normal. There is some blood, but only when I wipe. Sometimes it is only a little and very pink and sometimes it almost looks like menstrual blood and it's bright red and more on the tissue. It's only every once and a while too. Sometimes I pee and it's just like wiping regular and sometimes there is blood.

Today I have noticed it's harder to go to the bathroom and I have to go a lot more...it feels like my bladder isn't empty.

I've tried searching online for possibilities but it seems like the most common thing with these symptoms is pregnancy and I'm almost positive I'm not pregnant. Plus, if I was, I think I would probably notice other symptoms.

I do urinate a lot because I drink a lot of water on a daily basis. I have not had water today or yesterday so I can monitor whatever this problem is. I will admit sometimes if I'm on my way out the door and I just drank a lot of water, I will find myself trying to force a little more out before I leave and now I'm a little worried about what if I hurt myself one time by doing that, etc.?

Please, if anyone has any ideas of what this might be, I'd really appreciate it.

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  • The most likely cause is an infection. It could be something else (e.g. kidney problems), but whatever I think that you need to get it checked properly.
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  • I had issues like that, you need to go to the doc and they will say its a UTI and give you Cipro. If that doesn't clear up then it could be stones, and then there may be tests and stuff. Mine was awful, eventualy with clots in the urine. Good luck
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