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You should consult a Urologist, in order to have a urine MCS, as well as a STD screen. He/she will also most probably do a sonar of your bladder and urinary tract. This will give a good indication, if there are any other pathological reasons for the blood in your urine and he/she will then be able to start with the correct treatment.
If you do not have clamydia, the antibiotics will have no effect and no side effects.
Dr Anrich Burger
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