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Hi, my girlfriend and i experience this a bit often

Hi, my girlfriend and i experience this a bit often and last week, there was a pain inside because she sucked it too hard. I had an urine infection 2 days later and got recovered after getting medicine for it. I masturbated last night and today morning i saw blood passing with urine. Is it a blood vessel bust due to pressure? Are there any pills that will accelerate the healing of this? Any things I should avoid till this heals?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Your complaints are no way related to the sucking effect, This seems to be a urinary tract infection.
But the problem is you are passing blood in the urine. Dr. may like to know the passing of blood is to start with, middle or end of urination. A USG of KUB area, along with urine analysis & culture and sensitivity will help to arrive at a diagnosis. Meanwhile take plenty of water and urine alkalyzer and mild diuretic temporarily. Consult Urologist immediately
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