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for the past two days ive noticed some blood in my urine..not too much..but it worries me..i also feel like when i have to tickles but in a very uncomfortable way...ive also noticed some blood clots...its not my period because i had it a week ago..and the blood and stuff is definately coming form my urine...could anyone help me out?,,,perhaps i should mention that ive benn on the pill for four also taking roaccutan for acne along with this other medicine called medrol...
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Call your doctor first thing in the morning and ask them. Blood in your urine always needs to be checked out as soon as possible by your doctor.

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