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Recurring drops of blood after passing urine, pain. Tests showed pus cells and bacilli. What is the remedy?

i am female age of 24 last 10 days back onwards i havebeen facing the problem with urine blood loss 4-6 drops after urine pass out littile pain and i have given sample for microscopic exmaination in that it shown RBC-nill, Pus Cells-4-6 and others- Bacilli present after this test i have not undergone any medications after that my pain &blood droping are no where ,Now i got the date before the date again i got stomach pain and again blood drops,so please suggset me the solution
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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As your urine report shows nil RBC the first possibility of your bleeding is spotting.
Your Blood drops after passing urine is a spotting.Spotting of blood occurs some times in mid cycle or after that.
If you continue to get it after finishing your period you consult your gynecologist.
Answered: Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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