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Recurring blood traces in urine, dribbling red droplets at the start or end of stream, subsided on having tender coconut. Suggestive treatment?

I m male ..33 yr old..I ve seen blood thread in urine and also dribbling red droplets either in the beginning of end of urination ....when i drink plenty of water the urine is white and at last dribbling a drop or two in red with burning sensation in penis ...otherwise, the urine is yellow...i observed it two days back and immediately drank 5 coconuts and citralka half bottle in full bottle of drops of blood till this morning...but suddenly i observed blood thread again..what to do? pl direct me.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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This type of presentation is mainly in cases of Urinary Tract Infection UTI) or if there is some injury in the urinary tract because of stone. Usually UTI presents with fever, malaise and burning urination and blood in urine. But some time the presentation can be different also.
I would suggest you to consult a doctor regarding this condition as taking water only is not going to correct this. There can be a number of conditions which can lead to this type of presentation and only after proper history and examination and some investigation only some one can say something in confirmation. UTI is one of the most common thing which can present in this form, so I suggest you to consult some doctor and have a proper check up ragarding this condition.
In the mean time it is good that you are taking plenty of water and keep an eye on your water intake also to avoid water over loading which can again be a problem.
Thanks and take care
Answered: Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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