The past few days I ve been feeling like I have to pee but my bladder is empty. Also, about two times, when I ve wiped there s been a drop of blood, nothing crazy. Also, after I pee I get this weird ...
a day it doesn t hurt when I pee & I don t have to go often I don t smell any odor when I wipe I think I see a little pink bloodwhen I wipe but I m a little confused because my pee is so dark I haven t had ...
and feeling pain at the time but no blood at all. When I pee while asleep then after u got up and pee then I ...I pee burn and feel pain . But no blood at all. I don t know what wrong with it. And I have bladder ...
I naturally drink a lot of water without having to pee frequently, but when I drink beer I must pee for every glass. Suddenly I started peeing to quickly on water too, and I noticed that when it starts I ...
I had a littlebloodafterwiping twice this week after I pee, and when I pee it kinda hurts and I still feel like I have more pee inside
Urgency of repeated urination may be due to urinary tract infection.
The 2nd reason may be renal stone, diagnosis can be confirmed by ultrasound of kidney.Mild spotting is non specific.
I think I might have blown out my urinary tract or something while holding the end of my dick to hold in a pee. After I pissed I found drops of blood.
hello. holding in your pee might cause the passageway of your urine to be inflammed and can be infected. Both can cause the bleeding. Have a urinalysis done and drink lots of water. Observe if it occurs again when you pee also. Have the urinalysis checked by your doctor so treatment can be started if needed. And try avoiding holding your pee in the future. I hope this helps.
It stings a lot after I pee and when I wipe, there's a pinkish color on the toilet paper and my pee is light/ cloudy. What is this?
The way you describe it seems you have an urine infection.The blood in urine is a concerning finding that might due to bladder infection,kidney stone or kidney disease.
You should consult a physician and get examined.You need to do some tests like an complete blood count, urinalysis and abdominal ultrasound.
Hope my answer has helped.