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Pregnant. Blood in urine. Is it normal?

Hi Their, my name is Gurpreet and my concern is that I am 11 week pregnant and I had blood in my urine this morning but my urine culture test and dipstick test was all normal. So, is it common or do I need to concern more. i went for my scan and everything is alrite with the baby and the doctor couldn t find any cause of the bleeding . Please help!!!!
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
You are carrying 11 wk pregnancy,presenting with blood in urine.
Your scan report and urine test is WNL. So don't be much worried.
It may be mild spotting mixed with urine and you unnoticed that.
Drink plenty of water/fluids,empty bladder in time,maintain personal hygiene.
Do periodic check up and consult with your doctor if anything happens again.
Avoid stress,take healthy protein rich diet,adequate rest with folic acid supplements.
Be well.
Answered: Mon, 17 Mar 2014
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