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Bright red blood during urination, cramps, not started periods yet. Causes for bleeding?

On day 21 of my cycle during urination , there was a couple drops of bright red blood . My cycle is usually 26 days long. I still have not started my period, but am having cramping. Also, my breasts are usually tender 1-2 weeks prior to my period starting and this cycle there is verly little soreness. What could this be from?
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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your age permits some slight variations in the regularity of the cycle which is not actually a cause for alarm. Ensure that the blood coming out is not from the uterus,menses. If its the case, it should be from the bladder or around there, suggesting most of the time a urinary infection.
However, observe well again for a few days, and if nothing comes out persistent blood comes from the bladder, consult your physician for a proper evaluation and management. as of now, drink a lot of water and be calm.
Do not hesitate seeing your primary care physician in case it worsens,
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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