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Bleeding on urination, blood clots, unprotected sex, urinary tract infection. Home remedies to treat condition?

For about a month now I have been bleeding every time I urinate. The blood in the water looks like gooey spots. I have had unprotected sex. I did not urinate after it happened. I am quite sure it could be a urinary tract infection but it has been going on for a month and I need a doctor s response. My parents do not know I am sexually active and I don t want them to find out at this date and time, which is why i prefer to not go see a doctor. Is there any special medication I could take to cure myself at home? Please help!
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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Hello ma'am and welcome.

All suspected infections contracted after sexual contact should be investigated and diagnosed, to avoid mistreatment and negligence. If at all this is something more than a UTI, then it could result in some undesired complications.

But if it is just a UTI, although antibiotics are the only sure shot remedy, you could follow the following:
-Drink cranberry juice
-Mic a table spoon of baking soda in a glass of water and drink 3-5.times a day
-Avoid sexual contact until 2 weeks after the infection has subsided
-Keep the region dry and clean
-Drink plenty of water
-See if you can get your hands on a urine alkalizer and drink 2 Tbsp, three times a day

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Wed, 18 Jun 2014
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