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Blood and pus in urine. Reason and treatment?

Yea I been having to pee or feel the need to more often than usual and when I m done it feels like I need to all over again I do get a few squirts out or drops but I found blood it in along with a little clear like puss but only once that came out the last time I peed was about 20 min ago and that was the most I seen so far I don t drink pop often if at all I drink water and powerade and eat alot of junk though jw what can this be and what can I do? Like I said its been like that since night before last and the blood only come out at the end and like a teaspoon at most and that Lil puss I guess discharge I have no pain maybe just a little bloated I do drink beer but maybe 1 or 2 a day but not everyday what should I do to stop this?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Hello and welcome to HCM.

Thank you for your query.

Fro your presentation it does look like you have an infection which will certainly require treatment. Before which, we will have to correlate the clinical presentation with a laboratory examination.

A urine analysis will help in detecting an infection, also pus and blood present in the urine. A urine culture conducted will help in confirming the infection and possibly even the cause, it will also additionally provide information on the most suitable antibiotic that will help in treating the infection.

The presence of blood in the urine is also seen in a urinary infection, but this is usually only microscopic and cannot be seen by the naked eye. The presence of visible blood could be due to some other underlying cause. In my opinion an elaborate examination, including an ultrasound of the abdomen and pelvis and screening for sexually transmitted infections which has to be correlated with your history, will be required. Please visit a doctor at the earliest for further assistance.

I hope I have succeeded in providing the information you were looking for. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications. I would gladly help you.

Best wishes.
Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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