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Frequent urination, sensation, blood, muscle like substance with urine, occurs after periods cycle completion. Cause, treatment?

Hi i am neha. I am observing weird sensation while end of frequent urination and also some blood and muscle-like coming alongwith. In july, first day of my period was 7th of July and i felt this situation on 19th of july. I took Norfloxacin (500 mg,one tab) and it went out next day. In August, my first day of period was 6th of August and this time i am again observing the same symptom on 18th of August. so, please let me suggest what to do????
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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Your symptom of frequent urination and passing blood could be sign of urinary tract infection or stones in the urinary tract (which are most likely in your age). But you need to get your urine tested to confirm urinary infection. Also get ultrasound of the abdomen to look for any stones in the urinary tract. If the said tests are normal then there is possibility that your symptoms are related to ovulation which is called mittelschmerz. Dont take antibiotics without doctors advise. consult a urologist.
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