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Suggest treatment for uro-genital trauma

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Posted on Mon, 18 May 2015
Question: Happened 2 weeks ago. Happened today.
Passed what appeared as a blood clot in urine after slight red stream. No frequent urges before or after but did notice a slight type of pressure in penis during urinating.
No pain. Massaged end of penis and this clump came out both episodes. Then urine clear afterwards. I do drink a lot of water during week and get out of it duringvweekendcwhen together with family and drink more soft drinks & alcohol while grilling on weekends. We work opposite shifts during week
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Answered by Dr. Albana Sejdini (5 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Uro-genital trauma/infection to get determined...

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

I have gone through your medical history carefully and understood your concerns.

The blood clot in urine after slight red stream might be due to:
- trauma of your genital area
- infection of your uro-genital tract
- drinking of energetic/binge drinks - some of my patients reported such episodes

If I was your caring doctor would advise to run further tests for proper diagnosis:
- urine analysis (midstream portion) and culture and sensitivity testing
- sperm analysis and culture
- abdominal/uro-genital ultrasound
- if not circumcised, discuss it further with urologist (after you get the tests results) to get circumcised

For the moment, I advise to:
- continue drinking plenty of water
- avoid drinking alcohol
- avoid sex until improvement
- take OTC urine alkalinizers (magnesium citrate)

Wish fast recovery!
Dr.Albana
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Brief Answer: Uro-genital trauma/infection to get determined... Detailed Answer: Hi, I have gone through your medical history carefully and understood your concerns. The blood clot in urine after slight red stream might be due to: - trauma of your genital area - infection of your uro-genital tract - drinking of energetic/binge drinks - some of my patients reported such episodes If I was your caring doctor would advise to run further tests for proper diagnosis: - urine analysis (midstream portion) and culture and sensitivity testing - sperm analysis and culture - abdominal/uro-genital ultrasound - if not circumcised, discuss it further with urologist (after you get the tests results) to get circumcised For the moment, I advise to: - continue drinking plenty of water - avoid drinking alcohol - avoid sex until improvement - take OTC urine alkalinizers (magnesium citrate) Wish fast recovery! Dr.Albana