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Blood in urine, erectile dysfunction. Chances of cancer or bladder infection?

I have blood in my urine.i found this out when i went to a urologist for erectyle dysfunction.I have to wait 2 weeks until i get test ran on me to find out the cause.I am nervous waiting becuase my doctor said worse case scenario could be a tumor or cancer and best case scenario it could be nothing but the wait is making me nervous so i bet trying to figure out the problem myself.I masturbate with lotion and i know lotions have chemicals in them and i was trying to see if that could have cause a bladder infection?? I dont know y i have blood in the urine but im trying to figure it out can u help me with this?? And by the way i am a 25 year old male
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you are passing blood in the Urine what is called as Hematuria.
There are many causes of hematuria which needs be investigated.It could be due to simple UTI or due to stones in Urinary system or due to tumour .
This can be confirmed only on doing following investigations like
1) Ultrasound scanning of the Abdomen
2) Contrast C.T.Scan of the kidney ,Ureter and Bladder.
3) Endoscopic examination of Bladder.
However it is never due to excessive masturbation.
Do not worry get these test done and relax.
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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