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when i'm urinating,i smell the smell of blood.whats wrong?

By July 27, 2009 - 3:31pm
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when i pee,i can't really pee.as in,whenever i pee,its only 1 drop of pee.but the next min,i'll feel like peeing again.i tried to stay there for awhile.but the urine just cannot come out.and also,i smell the smell of blood when i pee.whats wrong?is it some infection?

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hi there...wondering if you could help me..! when i made love to my fiance, i smelled something on his tip... we always used condoms...was it just the latex smell or he's having an infection..thank you

March 9, 2013 - 11:26am

alright.i'll post it up as soon as i visit the doctor(:
thanks michelle and alysiak((:

July 28, 2009 - 2:23am
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Dear Precious Moment,

Thank you so much for visiting the website and for posting your question here. I'm so glad you found us here at EmpowHer! I agree completely with Alysiak--it really does sound like a bladder infection. What you are describing is pretty much textbook in case of the feeling like you need to urinate and then not having anything come out.

I'm not sure if that would cause your urine to smell bloody or not--is there ever any reddish tinge to your urine? Either way, please call your physician tomorrow if you can to get in to get this checked out and hopefully you will be all better very soon! Please post again to let us know what you find out. Best in health, Michelle

July 27, 2009 - 10:40pm

Thanks for asking this sensitive question. It sounds to me as though you could have a bladder infection. Your best bet is to see your doctor ASAP to find out for certain what's going on.

Please do update us on your situation after you get medical attention.

July 27, 2009 - 4:25pm
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