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Why is there pain and blood when I pee ?

i have pain when i pee and am scared and today in the moring i pee and i wiped my self and there was a littel blood my friend said i have chlamydia .? is that true please answer me know.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jul 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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See here, even urinary tract infection other than STDs can cause burning sensation and blood in urine. You need to rule out urinary tract stones as well. Consult a Urologist, get examined and tested for the stones and infections including STDs. Avoid sex or use condom to prevent spread of infection. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables and drink plenty of water for relief.
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Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
blood in urinary tract may be due to
-urethral problem
-bladder problem
-kidney problem
-blood coagulation defect
-some drugs
-menstrual problem

there are so many reason for it .
so dont scare of STD
better to consult doctor and get ur self checked.
u need to avoid sex or masturbation for few wk

as i dont think it is due to it
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so this can get cured??? that is my answer..
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  User's Response
but i only had sex with my husband and is is my first am his first also.. so how can HIV or STD.. and i have ha sex with on person my hole life....
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