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Blood and clots in urine, urge to urinate but no urine

I think i have a bladder infection . I feel a strong urge to urinate but when i try to go, nothing or very little comes out. there is some blood and little clots in my urine , and i have checked to make sure it is not coming from my vagina . I am sexually active, 19 years old, and i have had this discomfort for about 3 hours now. It woke me up, and i am unable to go back to sleep because it is so uncomfortable. Should i go to the ER or wait until monday when my campus doctor is open?
Asked On : Wed, 18 Apr 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
You might be suffering with urinary tract infection. You should drink plenty of water, give sample of urine in sterile container for routine examination and for Culture & Sensitivity to identify infecting organism and effective drugs. Meanwhile consult a doctor preferably Urologist & start treatment to get symptomatic relief. As you are sexually active, you should avoid unprotected sex. Condom will prevent transmission of disease from sexual partner.
Wish you good health,
Answered: Wed, 18 Apr 2012
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