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Having Blood after ejaculation. Underlying cause?

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Blood after ejaculation
Posted Tue, 2 Jul 2013 in General Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Chakravarthy Mazumdar 15 hours later
Hi XXXXXXX

I take this opportunity to answer on behalf of Dr. Vaishalee as she is traveling at the moment and had no access to internet.

Your query has no information to personalize the answer. I wish you describe the problem in detail.
1) How many times did you see blood after ejaculation?
2) When did it happen the last time?
3) Was it after an intercourse or after masturbation?
4) Did you suffer an injury to the private parts?
5) Are you sure if this blood is not after urination?
6) Do you have signs of fever, body pains?

Sometimes there is blood appearing in the toilet because of anal fissure and hemorrhoids.

Blood after ejaculation is seen when there is an injury to the urethra, prostatic infection.

Waiting for more details.



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Follow-up: Having Blood after ejaculation. Underlying cause? 8 hours later
Please find my answer interleaved

1) How many times did you see blood after ejaculation?
twice second time it was minimal
2) When did it happen the last time?
two months back after taking some antibiotics it was ok
3) Was it after an intercourse or after masturbation?
After masturbation
4) Did you suffer an injury to the private parts?
no but i pulled my back before that
5) Are you sure if this blood is not after urination?
yes
6) Do you have signs of fever, body pains?
no fever little bit pain in legs

I feel burning sensation and pain in testicles sometime
 
 
Answered by Dr. Chakravarthy Mazumdar 13 hours later
The urethra is fully filled with blood capillaries and even the slightest rupture of tissue can present with pain and blood. So irritation of the urethra and prostate can lead to blood. Some experts say that infrequent intercourse can irritate the urethra leading to leak from the capillary vessels.

Since it is been quite a long time. I suggest you to wait the next time if you see it is better to get a digital rectal examination as well to check for painful prostrate.

Wait and watch is the best approach by doctors in young men like you with such symptoms.
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