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Pregnant having blood in urine. Infection detected. Why?

Hi there, I am 20 weeks pregnant. I had a scan yesterday and everything looked fine. A few weeks ago, I had some blood in my urine , very faint pink on the toilet paper when I wiped first thing in the morning, which did not continue during the day - no cramps or pain passing urine. I had some tests and there was no infection found. I have had the same thing two mornings ago and this morning - pale pink when I wipe first thing, but no pain or cramps or anything. I have not had sex recently and have not been doing rigorous exercise, just walking around as normal. Any ideas?
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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It is either from the urine or the vagina.
If your gynecologist feels all is well, then pls do urine culture test to look for infection.
Pls ensure your urinary tract is normal by ultrasound scan .
Hope this helps.
Best regards
Answered: Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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