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Noticed blood spots after BM, have ear infection, on steroids. What is this?

I have had some blood spots in the toilet bowl and when I wipe there is small reddish color on the toilet paper. I have taken 3 rounds of antibiotics for ear infection and still on the 3rd and last round now. They put me on a 6day pac of steriods to help clear this up. There is also a weird feeling in the area were the clitoris is. It is not itching and no discharge but just a strange feeling. Can you please give me some ideas what this could be. I also have not had any sexaual activity in over 2 years to not a STD . Thanks for the help.
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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HI I have gone through your mail, as you said that you are taking antibiotics and steroids for your infection and suddenly you notice a red spot on toilet paper and you are also having weird feeling in your area of clitoris. As for as side effect of drugs are concerned,it is not appears to be side effects of drugs you are taking.Most probably you are having some local problem n that area therefore you are advice to consult gyne doctor for clinical examination and treatment. Thanks.
Answered: Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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