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Stomach pain, taking asprin for panic attack. Pink blood while urinating. Is it ulcer?

So, I m an 18 year old female and I would occasionally take an aspirin when I m about to have a panic attack because I would think I m dying of a heart attack . I haven t done it anymore because I noticed that when I went to pee there was pink blood on my tissue . After I had orgasm from masturbating( I m not sexually active) I would go use the bathroom and wipe and there would be pink blood on my tissue. I thought is was spotting. But, at the same time my stomach would hurt but not where it hurts when I m on my period. It hurts and is very uncomfortable up where my breasts are like I m having an ulcer. I m not sure what this is. I ve been looking up ulcers and bleeding ulcers and I m very scared if I have one. I don t know what I should do.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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Hi,Nothing to worry.Please stop taking Aspirin as it doesnt help in Acute heart attack.You may get Stomach ulcers due to Aspirin.But,if there is bleeding from Ulcer in the stomach,it comes as black,tarry stools.Most common cause of pink blood on your tissue is due to trauma caused by Masturbation .If your stools are normal coloured,then bleeding is excluded from the Stomach due to Aspirin.Just go for an Endoscopy test to exclude Ulcers/Bleeding ulcers.All the best.
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