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Continuous bleeding, taken antibiotics, urine sample had bacteria and blood. Can you help?

I had been bleeding for months,and then went to the doctor,they said it was a UTI . They said I had some Bacteria in it and blood . After taking Antbis,for 7 days went back and my urine was worse,but I had slowed down bleeding.So they gave me a shot of Antib,and sent me home with some .Today I went in to give a urine sample and it wasnt any better but it wasnt any worse.They said they Bacteria was 1 plus but it had blood in it.They have also done a CtScan on me and a UtraSound and everything looked find,can you help?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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I assume that bleeding, bllod in urine. I dont know the your age. In young patients blood in urine is most likely because of urinary tract infection or stone. In older individuals there is a possibility of malignancy. Your CT scan and Ultrasound of abdomen is normal means there are no stones or tumour. Also you have bacteria in urine which is suggestive of UTI. You need urine culture and should be treated by appropriate antibiotic till infection responds. confirm it by doing urine examination. Visit a urologist.
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