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Bleeding during urinating, burning sensation. Yeast infection?

Hello im 14 and i just had my menstrual cycle 2 weeks ago , Yesterday I felt a slight burning sensation while urinating..Today morning I saw droplets of blood coming out after i urinate i m not sure whether it comes from the urinary outlet or vagina really worried and i really want to know is this a sign of me havig a yeast or urinary track infection?
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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Hello ,

Welcome to healthcare magic

Burning sensation while urinating is a sign of urinary track infection ,

you should get it treated.

regarding droplets of blood coming after urinating , i think you should get it confirmed by a simple urine routine test or an examination by the doctor. drink plenty of water to have frequent urination to relieve the problem but it will cure it.

Wish you very good health.

Answered: Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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