Blood Comes Out In The Urine When You Just Finished Your Period?
good morning, last June I was affected by DHF, now the doctor who handled the time gave me a medicine that made my periods come out quite a bit, then on July 11/12 my husband and I had intercourse, but on July 21st I had menses ( it doesn’t come out too much it’s just that on the 3rd day it comes out a lot with back pain) and on 29/30 July my menses finished, but it was strange when I was urinating a little blood, how come even though my menses were finished Is it because of medicine or something else huh?
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Blood in the urine when menstruation has just finished is not always dangerous. Could be, this blood is actually part of your menstrual blood that has not been completed. If you have been taking drugs that affect menstruation for a long time (in June), then this drug should not have triggered the appearance of blood in your urine.
Some types of food and medicine can also make the reddish urine actually not contain blood, for example beets, dragon fruit, anti-TB drugs, and so on. It could also, urinate bleeding due to other triggers, for example:
Urinary tract disorders, such as urinary tract infections or stones, glomerulonephritis, kidney or bladder cancer
Reproductive tract disorders, such as endometriosis, miscarriage
Blood clotting disorders, such as hemophilia, sickle cell anemia
Excessive physical activity
Drug side effects, such as anticoagulants, NSAIDs, aspirin, and so on
You should not worry beforehand .. Increase your drinking intake (at least 8 glasses a day), first limit foods that can make urine reddish (as mentioned above). Always keep your sex organs clean, don't make it a habit of holding back urination. Avoid taking drugs carelessly before seeing a doctor, and get plenty of rest.
If complaints come back repeatedly, or accompanied by any plague, nausea, vomiting, repetitive bruising or nosebleeds, abnormal menstrual bleeding, and so on, immediately check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be given the right treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.