What Is The Cause Of Bleeding With Mucus When Urinating?
Hello,? Sya Astri, 18 years old. I want to ask? Awall PMS my blood color is brown, and then I use a bandage. When I want to treat the sanitary napkin, my sanitary napkin is clean, it doesn’t bleed at all … but when I urinate, the blood comes out mixed with mucus. . And when I don’t wear a bandage, blood comes out very runny …? Is that PMS not normal? Or signs of illness
Good evening Astri, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Regarding your question, there are actually several things that need to be ascertained. The first is whether you are on an STD or are menstruating, because these two things are different. PMS is premenstrual syndrome, which means syndrome or a collection of symptoms that occur before menstruation or menstruation. So if there is bleeding during PMS, especially far from your usual menstrual schedule, then this could be a certain disorder.
Then say you still menstruate according to schedule, what needs to be confirmed second is whether the blood that comes out mixed with the mucus comes out of the vagina or from the urinary tract, because these two channels, although close together, are different channels and have nothing to do at all. If the discharge in the vagina can be normal, and if the discharge in the urinary tract is certainly a sign of disease.
So that in order to avoid misunderstandings, our advice is that you should consult your general practitioner first, to do a history and initial physical examination of yourself. Your doctor may also ask you to do a urine test to find out the potential for infection or bleeding in your urinary tract. Handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this examination, including if it turns out you need to be referred for example to an obstetrician.
Meanwhile, no need to worry too much, keep the genitals clean by washing from front to back, if bleeding is still ongoing then keep wearing pads, and consumption of nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit, and make sure your fluid needs are always met. So, hopefully answering your question.