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Constant and painful urination, delayed period, negative pregnancy test. What could be the reason?

Hi I should have started period between 24-26 of November... Did a pregnancy test yesterday morning and was negative. However during the day I was having to constantly go toilet like every minute and then thought my period began as there was blood also was very painful to urinate and extremely painful. Hôwever today there is no blood what can this be ?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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Hello there.

Thanks for writing.

If you have history of unprotected intercourse and you do not menstruate in a week's time then you should repeat your urine test for pregnancy.

Also as you say you had a spot of blood then it might be that you are likely to menstruate in a day or two.
If you urination is frequent and painful with blood tinge then you need to get a urine routine microscopic examination test done to rule out possibility of urinary infection.

I hope I have answered your query,

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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