I peed out blood clots, and I don't know why or what it means

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Last night, as I was crawling into bed, I realized I had to pee, so I got up to go to the bathroom, but I couldn't go. It's not that it hurt; nothing would even come out at all. I spent about 2 hours walking back and forth between my bed and the toilet and still nothing.

So I decided to push a little. Then when I went to wipe, I found a tiny blood clot on the toilet paper. I made sure that this was in fact coming from my urethra, and it is not my period or any spotting. As time went on, I would push, the pain would slowly increase, then I'd pass a clot, along with some mucus. They slowly began getting bigger as well. This happened repeatedly all night. Around 6 am, I was finally able to pee normally, but it hurt like hell.

I didn't have any upper body pain in my kidney area. I did feel pressure around my bladder/pelvic area, but that's it. I don't know if i passed a stone or if this is a UTI (it no longer hurts to pee, everything has gone back to normal now, oddly enough).

I'm a 24 year old female, I've never had children or any surgeries, I haven't been ill as of late, and I'm very conscious of my water intake.

Any ideas as to what this could be?

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    Hi, I don't know what this is but my advice would be to see a Doctor.  Best to be safe.XX
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  • Posted

    hi mmcgirr0 could you have been pregnant an not known ? if you were it could have been a miscarriage as my daughter had the same , if it was me go to your gp to get yourself check . 
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    Could be kidney stones? Please keep us updated. I hope all is well
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