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Hi i am 20 years old and currently 10 weeks pregnant with a bicorunate uteris iv currently been urinating but very very often like il go toilet and maybe a min to 3 mins il be busting again to go toilet i have a lot of cramping and theres been some blood in the toilet every time i urinate which feels like only a few drips!!

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replied August 8th, 2010
First Trimester of Pregnancy Answer A15045
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Pregnancy with a bicornuate uterus can be risky. Report your symptoms to your gynecologist if any pain or cramps develop.
The increased frequency of urine could be due to pressure on the urinary bladder due to the enlarging uterus. Another possibility could be UTI (which is more likely due to presence of blood in urine) which are frequent during pregnancy. Get a urine analysis done.
Meet your healthcare provider/gynecologist to discuss these ASAP, do not delay.
Take care.

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