No, it's not normal to have blood in your urine during your period.
If you are using external menstrual products like pads, or internal products like tampons or softcups that can leak, then blood lingering around the vaginal opening or vulva will be washed off by urine as you urinate and so there will be blood in the toilet bowl. If there is blood in the urine itself, not from menstrual flow, then it is a sign of a urinary tract infection (common if you use commercial menstrual pads such as Always or Kotex) and you should talk to your doctor.
No Normal urine should not include any traces of blood.
Brownish black blood on first day of your period is normal. This means that it is blood that may have stayed for a while in the urine folds or blood that was there for a while waiting to be released.
What is the normal volume of urine excreted in a 24-hour period? 1.0 - 1.8 liters
No, that's not normal for dogs.
It is NEVER normal for a puppy to pee blood. If there is blood in the urine contact your vet
urine test during menstruation reveal presence of blood in urine and red blood cells
Next time you get your period, try wiping as if doing a "clean catch" urine specimen before you urinate in the morning. If there is still blood in your urine in the morning during your period, contact your health care provider for an exam.
No, it is not normal too urinate blood at any time. The blood is coming from the uterus via the vagina; urine comes from the bladder via the urethra. Now when you are on your period it might look like there is blood in your urine, but there is not, so if you are now urinating blood, then there is something wrong.
Yes it is possible to get an infection or even STD during menstruation.
Ummm.....they might be having their period.
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