My girlfriend is experiencing very unusual and intense pain and bleeding. She says she noticed slight discomfort at first (I think she said earlier today) and then she noticed after she urinated that there was a little bit of blood. Now tonight she has been in a lot of pain which I think she compared to a UTI but more intense. She bled a lot the last time she tried to pee and she said she didn't even think any urine came out or just a small amount. She is in an extreme amount of pain right now and we're thinking of going to the ER tonight if they could possibly help us. We have had sex just like regular couples do and we are always safe with condoms, proper foreplay, nothing weird or crazy, etc. My girlfriend seems to be prone to having UTIs even though we're always VERY safe. She used to get them before we even started dating and having sex. She had one in the spring when we were together that ended up going away like normal. She went to the doctor, had whatever tests done, and so forth. They said it was a UTI and it went away. What worries us is that she has had quite a few of these, however. I feel like she probably has had more than the average woman, unless someone could feed me a statistic about UTIs and bleeding. But what is going on right now seems to be a lot worse. We have sex pretty regularly which is almost every day. Sometimes lately we have had it twice a day, but that is only a couple of times recently. Has anyone ever experienced this after what some people would consider "a lot" of sex? Does anyone know what could be causing this? Anyone know what would help her feel better temporarily? Do you think we should go to the ER tonight? She is in so much pain and I am worried to death about her. She has been in the shower because that is making her feel slightly better and she noticed that a small blood clot came out. Sorry if this thread is all jumbled and stuff. My hands are all shakey for I am nervous and my thoughts might not be coming out very clearly at the moment. Please respond to this thread if you could be of any advice.