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Blood from urine and stool, lower back and hips pain, weakness. Am I okay?

im a 27 year old female that just went to the bathroom and urinated clear but wiped myself and blood clots were there as well as in my stool from earlier this morning... Also lower back and hips are in pain when I walk or if I dont walk and just laying down with mid shakes in my hands sometimes at a still position also im very weak when I have slept all night and/or night
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Get an Obstetrician and gynaecologist consultation and get examined.
You also need to tell about your periods that if they are regular or not and the date of last menstrual period.
also get done blood investigation like the thyroid function test which contains T3 T4 TSH.
Get your blood pressures checked .You have given a very short history and there can be many reasons for it.
Answered: Sun, 1 Sep 2013
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