Blood in urine

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Hi there hope to get some advice I started bleeding after wee couple days every 2 weeks I have contraceptive implant every time my sample sent off no infection only each time I get tummy ache now

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    Could it be bleeding because of your implant or a small bleed when you ovulate which would also account for the pain?
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    The best people to ask are the clinic where you have the implant.  You could perhaps phone them if your next appt isn't for a while.  If your sample is always clear it's unlikely to be an infection - unless you've got other symptoms like a burning sensation when you wee.  Ask your clinic.
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    I too have UTI, but my symptoms are like CKD(Chronic Kidney Disease)or Pyelonephritis.

    Few days back, my pee colour has changed.

    Sorry i can't offer much suggestion, since i have never visited a doctor for checkup.

    I want to know, how does one know there is blood in the urine.

    I can't tell the difference.

    Eagerly awaiting some response.

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      What a strange post - you say you have symptoms like CKD, that your pee colour has changed - and yet you've never visited the doctor for a check up!  Why would you not get a check up?  Why have you discovered (presumably from looking on-line) that you have CKD type symptoms?  Do you not think that your kidneys are rather necessary to your life and maybe you should have these things checked?  You say you're eagerly awaiting some response - you'll get a much more accurate response from a doctor than from a forum! 

      By the way - you tell if there's blood in your wee by the pink or red colour. 

      Go to your doctor!

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      You are absolutely right miriam. There are too many people relying on Dr Google I'm afraid. There is no substitute for a face to face doctors visit.
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