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Blood after urination. Spotting, no cramps. Pregnancy test negative. Reason?

Hi, I m 28 years old I have a 8yr old daughter, I just got married three months ago and I only see blood when I wipe and pee, there maybe three trickles of blood in my pad and it only lasts three days there are no cramps anymore with this strange period. I ve taken two home tests and gotten negatives what does this mean then I am afraid
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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If you have been having regular cycles though scanty and with negative pregnancy tests even after repetition, you may rule out pregnancy. Yet, you should have a complete evaluation by a specialist to rule out local causes for the spotting along with a trans-vaginal/pelvic sonogram and hormonal profile if needed. You may also need blood counts and urinalysis to exclude any infections. Hope your query has been answered. Take care.
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