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Frequent urge for urination, irritation. Reddish urine. Why?

today morning, i woke up to urinate and did not sleep again as i felt the need to urinate continuously(though a few drops) and at the end of urination i felt irritation. if i laid down i felt like urinating in a minute. so i sat for some time later in the day i found red colour in the last few drops of urine there is persistent irritation throughout the day why?
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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Hi, welcome to HCM.
Pain while micturation, frequency and minimal haematuria are suggestive of urinary tract infection. You need few investigation like routine urine microscopy test and ultrasonography of KUB region. It will delineate any infection or any renal pathology if any.
It will be better if you consult your physician or urologist and take an advise. Mean while have plenty of fluids either water or cranberry juice. It will help in healing process.

Hope I have answered your query.

Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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