A female asked:
Have had blood in my urine for seven consecutive days after plasma donation. its less than my period, bright red, requires i use maxpads. concerning?
1 doctor answer • 1 doctor weighed in
Infectious Disease 53 years experience
Urine/vaginal blood: Are you sure the blood is in your urine, not vaginal bleeding. Either way, blood in the urine and abnormal or unexplained vaginal bleeding always is "concerning" and you should see your doctor. This has nothing to do with having donated plasma recently, just a coincidence.
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Last updated Apr 8, 2018
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