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15 weeks pregnant, had small blood clot in urine, no pain. Had taken medicines for mild urine infection weeks ago. Guidance?

Hi DR. THIS IS peru. i am 15 week pregnant and i had brown blood lilte bit but with a small clot with first morning pee. it happened before as well but this time lil large clot but very small i had disscussed with myv dr before he took my urine test and found mild infection i had medicine for 1 week after that he tested again my urine but was normal it was 2 week ago from now and i m having this continuly but it comes after 1 week or 3 days after like that. hope you can help me out i m streesd my first baby and i am 26 yr old no pain
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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hi there, asymptomatic UTI in pregnacy is quite common and that can account for the blood clot which may be caused due to cystitis. You will need to get your urine examined again for infection and get treated for the same if positive. Do not stress but manage it with the help of your obstetritian and hopefully you will have an uneventful pregnacy and delivary. Take care.
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