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Bladder Infection?

Hey guys. I'm 19 years old and sexually active with my boyfriend. Lately, it feels like I need to pee all the time but when I try and go a little bit comes out then a little bit of blood after that. and if nothing comes out then the little bit of blood still comes out afterwards. I have the pressure like I need to pee all the time. I should go see the doctor ASAP right? Could it just be a bladder infectection or something more seriouse?
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It sounds very much like you have a UTI. Please don't leave it as it could get more serious and the pain can get really bad.

Ive had many and once i didnt get treatment for 24 hours after the UTI showed symptoms and it was awful (tho that was a very bad infection)

Hope you get sorted, bladder infections are something i'd never wish on anyone lol
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I agree with Jary08. Don't let it go, because it can go to the kidneys. Simple when you go to the doctor you will pee in a cup and they will give you medicine.
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I also have symptoms like I have a UTI.  I feel like I have to pee when I do it is only a little and then it starts to burn a lot.  And for some time after.  No blood.  I don't have money or insurance to go to the dr.  Is there anything I can take over-the-counter that will fix this?  I was researching Uristat?  Are there OTC antibiotics I could take?
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