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Reason for bleeding while urinating - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi, may I answer your health queries right now ?
Doctor :   hello
User :   HELLO WELL I HAD A PARTIAL HYSTERECTOMY 13 MONTHS AGO AND I STILL HAVE MY CERVIX AND RIGHT OVARY
Doctor :   i am Dr xxxx here
User :   BUT NOW IM BLEEDING WHEN I URINATE AND WHEN I WIPE AND HAVE A SMELL OF ROTTON MEAT
Doctor :   ok
User :   IM WORRIED
Doctor :   may i know your age please ?
User :   34
User :   I WENT TO MY GYNO AND HE SAID IM BLEEDING FROM MY CERVIX
User :   I JUST ALSO HAD A UTI AND HAD MEDICATION FOR IT MACROBID
Doctor :   well its a antibiotic he has given you
Doctor :   since when its been happening ?
User :   I BEEN BLEEDING NOW SINCE SEPTEMBER 27 AND THE FOUL ODOR NO MATTER HOW MUCH I WASH ITS BAD
Doctor :   any burning sensation during urination ?
User :   NO BURNING SENSATION AND NO PAIN JUST BLOOD IN MY URINE AND WHEN I WIPE
User :   AND JUST THAT TERRIBLE ODOR
Doctor :   and you have been on the medications since how long ?
User :   I JUST FINISHED MY MACROBID THE DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY IT WAS PRESCRIBED ON THE 27TH OF SEPTEMBER WHEN I WHENT TO THE ER AND THEY TOLD ME I HAD A UTI
User :   IM NOT TAKIN ANY MEDICATION
Doctor :   so the tests were done ?
User :   FOR URINE AND MY BLOOD WAS TAKEN AT THE HOSPITAL
Doctor :   ok since you have already been on medications for the UTI , and yes UTI can present as blood in urine
Doctor :   so i want you to now follow the advice i give you
User :   MY GYNOCOLOGIST TOLD ME IM BLEEDING FROM THE CERVIX AND THAT I NEED SURGERY
User :   BUT NOW ITS BOTHERING ME MORE THE BAD ODOR THAT SMELLS LIKE ROTTEN MEAT
Doctor :   One of the best remedies for urinary tract infections is to simply drink lots of water. By drinking lots of fluids, you will force yourself to urinate more often, which will help your body flush out the bacteria that is causing the infection. A recommendation is to drink 6-8 large glasses of water per day.
User :   OK
Doctor :   Increasing your daily Vitamin C intake can help increase the acidity of your urine, which can help prevent bacterial growth. Therefore, if you suffer from frequent UTIs, taking 1000mg of Vitamin C per day has been shown to be quite effective at preventing recurring infections.
Doctor :   Cranberry juice contains high concentrations of Vitamin C and Quinolic Acid, both of which are known to help treat UTI since they help prevent bacteria from anchoring onto bladder walls. Therefore, if you have UTI, drinking 12 to 24 oz of cranberry juice can be very effective. As a preventive measure against urinary tract infections, drinking at least 3 oz per day works quite well.
Doctor :   Apple cider vinegar contains high concentration of enzymes and potassium which help in preventing the bacterial growth. Most of the UTI patients are found to be deficient in nutritious enzymes and potassium, hence, apple cider vinegar can be used as a natural antibiotic to flush out the infection.
User :   OK SO WHAT ABOUT THE BAD ODOR WHICH IS SO UNCOMFORTABLE
Doctor :   i can understand but that's because of the infection and once the infection goes it will go away too
User :   OK
User :   THANKS
Doctor :   wear cotton panties
User :   OK
Doctor :   taking a bath into which a couple of cups of cider vinegar have been added is very helpful to help get rid of vaginal odor
User :   OK
Doctor :   you should be fine soon
User :   OK HOPE SO
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