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Hard stools, blood secretion from penis on passing stools. On androderm patch, taking simvastatin. Causes?

Hello, I have been having very hard stool because of pain medication i have been taking. The last 3 days ive noticed blood secreting from my penis while straining while having a BM. Also sometimes blood comes out at first urinating. Could this be because of straining to poop. I have been taking this medication for some time and this has never happened before. I also take low dose asa and simvastatin,androderm patch. I am 53 years old. No other symptoms. Should i make my last will and testament? Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Straining for your stools doesn't result in bleeding from penis while urinating.
Painless bleeding while urinating is dangerous as it could mean a cancer bladder and musy be subjected for immediate cystoscopy.
Consult a urologist as early as possible and find the cause and get treated properly.
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