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Blood in urine, frequent urination with burning since unprotected sex. Cause?

I have a problem. My boyfriend and I had unprotected sex last Thursday and ever since, there were drops of blood in my urine , as of when I urinate, I have to go like every 2 minutes, only a little comes out and it burns (all along with the drops of blood). My period came a week before we had sex and he has low sperm count . I got up this morning feeling to throw up but I didn t. Help! :(
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
Most likely there is development of urinary tract infection.
It usually occurs after unprotected sex and improper hygiene after it.
Drop of blood sometime comes during severe UTI.
Go for cbc and urine test.
Start oral antibiotic like moxifloxacin,cefixime to subside infection.
Take nsaid to subside pain.
Drink more water and other liquids.
Take proper local care.Avoid sex till get complete cure.
Consult your family physician for proper medications.

Answered: Sat, 23 Nov 2013
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