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51 years old man got blood clot during urination, What could this be?

My husband is 51 yrs old when he urinated last night there was red ribbon like blood clot in his urine, urine was normal color except for the clot like when a woman has sometime in her period. Urination was normal except when the clot came out it was painful he said. He is a diabetic type 2, and also drives for long periods. Urine stream stops and goes he said, but doesn t have a problem urinating. This is the first time for the clotting. We were driving before this happened and he stated that he felt like he was pinching his scrotum and readjusted. What could this be?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Jan 2011
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Hi Welcome to HCM.
Read your problem, there are various reasons for blood in urine- it could be due to normal wear and tear, urinary tract infection,prostatomegaly, bladder stone, kidney stone etc. To come to a conclussion what it is due to, get a urine routine,ultrsound abdomen done, depending on the report an appropriate treatment can be given.
Answered: Thu, 18 Aug 2011
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