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Have to pee often with pain and blood. No other issues. Underlying cause?

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I have to pee often with slight pain and blood with the last few drops. Am 63 years old with no previous health problems. This started about three days ago. I live in Venezuela and have not had sexual intercourse for about a month.
Posted Wed, 4 Sep 2013 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. Jay Patel 1 hour later
Brief Answer:
Kidney/bladder - stones/infection- prostate prob

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I am dr XXXXXXX and I will try my level best to address your concerns.

The blood in pee can be due to multiple causes which ranges from simple cause to very complex causes.

1) kidney/ bladder stones or infection may lead to have blood in pee.
2) prostate issues can lead blood in pee too.
3) Injury to urethra can cause it.

I advice you to have it checked by near by physician as it may need further investigation like urine test, sonography of kidney and bladder in cases of stone. May need to take prostate biopsy in case of prostate problem.

Please let me know if you need any other information.

Thanks for the query.

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