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Have mucopurulent cervicitis. Passing tissue when urinating. What is going on?

hi doctor im 19years old and i have been dionoased with Mucopurulent cervicitis .since then i have noticed when i urniate i sometimes have tissue pass through or little white clouds of something comes out.and just recently I got my period and my blood wasnt my normal red blood,it came out bright orange.Ihave never had this happen before,can you please tell me whats going on with my body.Is my condition getting worse
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
You have been diagnosed with Mucopurulent Cervicitis with presence of tissue in urine.It may be due to some sort of infection or anything else.
Do a fresh USG/TVS for pelvis along with Urine examination for R/E,M/E & Culture and STD profile to rule out the underlying pathology.
After that consult with your gynecologist & take advice accordingly. Also need some clinical & Speculum examination.
You may use vaginal suppository like CLINGEN FORT/3-NITE for some soothing effect.
Maintain genital hygiene properly.Be well.
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2016
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