I am a 33 yrold female. About 2 days ago I noticed bleeding after I'd had protected sexual intercourse, as is the norm with my long time partner. This is not uncommon as of late for me and generally stops after a day. However after a day or so I noticed that it didn't cease and it was accompanied by a slight pain in my lower abdomen, particularly on the right side. After further self examination, I found that the blood was in fact coming from my urethra. I looked up a few things online but nothing has proven to have a diagnosis that included all of my symptoms. I do not have a fever though I do have hot flashes every now and again. I do not have pain while urinating or a frequent urge to urinate. I do have pain in my lower abdomen, in the area of my bladder, uterus, and ovaries. The blood flow is significant enough to be noticably seen when wiping. My grandmother did suffer with gallbladder problems incuding stones and cancer which spread to her colon. Please help me find a diagnosis while I'm trying to locate a doctor in my insurance provider within my financial range.
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