So after some time of problems with my bladder (Feeling like I need to go to the toilet even if I dont, frequent toilet trips etc) I went to the doctor, there was no signs of anything abnormal at the time and it was suggested that I may just have a week bladder. In the past day whenever I go to the toilet after urinating when I wipe there is a bit of blood? It's after not during. I am not on my period.
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replied November 28th, 2018
If the haematuria is unrelated to your menstrual cycle then a cystoscopy can be considered in consultation with a urologist especially if there is no evidence of a UTI or urolithiasis.

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