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Pink urine. Normal CT scan, CBC, blood test. Abdominal cramps. Vaginal problem?

I was in in emergency room yesterday . Had what looked like pink urine. Also there were a couple of small blood clots. I had a CT scan ,CBC blood test a ultra sound of stomach Urine test . All test came back good. I am a 67 year old women who has breast can re history. I was told to go to a urologist . My thought now this morning was could this have come from my Virginia. I still have mild cramping in my lower abdomin. They did not check me internally at all. Thank you. Joan
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Hi ! The pinkish colour of your urine could be either due to less intake of water during day time, or due to the mixing with blood clots which might have come from the vagina. As most of your test are normal including the CT ultrasound, you should get yourself examined by a gynaecologist to exclude different causes of vaginal bleeding in the age group you are in. All the best.
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