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Blood in urine, had UTI, have pink nodules on vagina. On cipro. Explain?

Well, i have noticed some blood when I wipe after urination . Saw Doc on Thursday had UTI on Cipro. Went to urgent care this morn with back pain, urine clear. No blood in urine either visit. Just wiped after shower/ seems when it happens more blood, just a little and it stops. Just looked down there, can not determine where blood is coming from. opened vagaina and on left side noticed two little pink nodules. I am 51 menopausal and a bit of a worrier. had two vaginal births, pap in march never miss
Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for the query.

Urinary tract infection can lead to red blood cells in the urine. But frank blood is somewhat rare in UTI.
So this can be possibly form vaginal opening only.
Better to consult gynecologist once and get physical examination and speculum examination.
Though comparatively the risk factors for cervical malignancy are less in your case, better to rule out.
Take care.
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Blood in urine, had UTI, have pink nodules on vagina. On cipro. Explain?

Hi, Thanks for the query. Urinary tract infection can lead to red blood cells in the urine. But frank blood is somewhat rare in UTI. So this can be possibly form vaginal opening only. Better to consult gynecologist once and get physical examination and speculum examination. Though comparatively the risk factors for cervical malignancy are less in your case, better to rule out. Take care.