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Blood after urination. Not on birth control. What can it be?

Whenever i urinate it is fine and clear , but when i wipe dry there is blood . It has been going on for 2 weeks now. I am sure it is not my menstration. I am not on birth control and have been wit my husband for 20 years (only sexual partner). I am not an birth control either. What can it be. By the way I havent seen a gyn in years.
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You are passing blood at the end of urination .Since you do not have any burning while passing urine or Dysurea there is no possibility of UTI.However the cause of painless haematuria has to be looked for.Please get your routine urine test and Ultrasound scanning done to rule out any pathology in Bladdder.and consult Urologist who may do cystoscopic examination of Bladder to asses the cause of bleeding.
Answered: Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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