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Slight blood discharge from vagina. Virgin, have blood drops in urine also. Reasons ?

hii, it started yesterday when i went to the toilet and when i wiped my vagina there was light blood im still a virgin and i dont know what to do i thought it was my period but its not every time i pee i have little drops of light blood at the end of my peeing and i really need help about this i dont know what it is or whats cousing it to happen
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
Is is mixed with urine ? if yes than it is an urinary infection if not then
You may have mid cycle spotting.
This happens due to hormonal imbalance.
The other possibility is of you may have tore your hymen as it can be torn accidentally by cycling horse riding or by high jump,by fingering etc,
Just wait for day or too if it is mid cycle spotting then it will stop by it's own.
If it is still there you should consult your doctor.
Answered: Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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