well we was having tmi! and then i went to the toilet and i looked down and my wee was blood tinged not bright red but enough to notice, i wiped myself and it was a pink stained, however this was around 3 in the morning and my lil girl was asleep in bed and i waited and had another wee 15mins later and there was even less blood so i thought if its still there in the morning ill ring day unit/midwife etc.
there is nothing at all this morning in my wee but im just a tad puzzled, after searching through posts on here im coming to the conclusion ive irritated my cervix!!!???
has anyone else had this and what did you do?......
If youve irritated your cervix you'd be bleeding from your vagina, not your urethra (pee hole)
Ive never had it during pregnancy but after having my son at my 6wk check i had a pap smear. That night i also dtd and after that was urinating blood.
I went to the hospital and had may tests and had no infection. My urine was like diluted blackcurrent juice though.
This went on for about a month and after blood tests, lab tests on many urine samples, xrays and ct scans they could not find a problem with my urinary tract at all.
In the end it came to the conclusion that something was either knocked during my pap smear and pelvic exam ( i was very tense at the time too) or something was irritated during sex. Or last of all may have been non infectious cystitis ( so inflammation of the bladder without an infection) I did hold on alot as i was busy with a colicky newborn.
Sorry if this doesnt help but either way let your mw know and have your urine tested to make sure its not an infection and possibly have swabs taken to make sure its not coming form your cervix.
I had a tiny bit of pink blood after my 1st stretch & sweep but this was only when I wiped, I have not had any since. If it was enough to colour your pea or if it was bright red, you could call your pregnancy unit at your hospital for their advice. Has your babies movement been fine since?
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