i have bits ov bloodwheniwipeafter a poo and wee what does it mean? i have been having pain ... to the toilet for a poo wheniwipei have blood in my poo and this discharge stuf from my vagina its like clear ...
i came off the injection contraceptive and my periods have been irregular now i miss a month and it comes the following month also before and after my period wheni go to the toilet wheniwipe my vagina ...
After urinating Iwipedmyself & there was bright red blood on the tissue & a strand of blood in the toilet. My lower flanks & abdomen started hurting after.
Your symptoms are pointing towards either a urinary infection involving the bladder or a stone (less likely).
The first step will be to get your urine checked for blood and pus cells (WBCs). If there are more number of pus cells, then urine infection is more likely. If the urine is normal you need to get an ultrasonogram of kidneys and bladder.
Wish you a speedy recovery,
WhenI pee, I can see a small hint of blood. And whenIwipemyself, it is on the toilet paper too. Should I be worriedor scared What should I do?
I read your query and i should say yes you have to worry because hematuria is a sign of hazardous disease.
I have had a problem with my sciatic nerve causing pain from my buttock area down the back of my leg . I have recently noticed that whenIwipemyselfafter usi
hi, the question looks incomplete. but i assume you want to say that your limb goes numb? if that is it then it means that your sciatic problem is worsening and you need to get investigated and rule out the cause of sciatica - spondylosis, disc problem or something else.
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