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Blood, white mucus in pee. Irritation, burning. Is this a bladder infection?

Hey. Im 20 years old. No kids. Lately I have been having blood and white mucus when I go pee. Today I had a bloody looking mucus clot the size of a quarter when I went pee. Why? What is going on? For a month now I have been having some irritation and burning, I put it off as a bladder infection. Is that what this is? I've only been drinking water, its seems not to be helping really.
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Blood and mucus in urine is denoting severe urinary tract infection. This infection is caused due to bacteria usually when there is lack of personal hygeine. It is associated with severe itching and burning when passing urine. Also frequency of urination also increases. It could be associated with vaginal discharge.
Maintain clean hygiene, drink at least 3-4 litres of water to flush out the pathogens, consult your OBGYN doctor for advice. A full course of antibiotics (Norflox) would help.
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Siddartha's  Response
welcome to health care magic
regarding to your query blood,white mucus in urine indicates presence of infection..that is urinary tract infection..this is the cause for irritation and burning sensation during passage of urine.most probably a bladder infection..
even strenuous exercise also causes blood in the urine but that not causes irritation and burning..
consult urologist or just a local physician to get your remedy..
hope you wil understand my suggestion..have a speedy recovery
thank you
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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