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Testicular pain, blood at the end of stream, frequent urge to urinate with flu like symptoms. Which tests should be conducted?

Hey, basically I ve started to experience pain in my left testicle over the last few days brought on by bumpy motorbike rides, and it hasn t subsided very well since I got off. This was soon accompanied by some mild flu-like symptoms, of which I m not sure they relate to one another. Yesterday I noticed it hurt when I pee and today I noticed a slight amount of blood at the end of when I pee, but I didn t pee much, and it feels like I need to pee all the time, I ve heard it could be a urinary tract infection , what do you think and what tests will I have to do at a doctors clinic?
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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Hi, Alex.
Thanks for query.
It seems that due to driving motorbike on bumpy your testicle might have injured and some erosion in your penile urethra causing infection.
Consult sexologist and get examined to rule out more damage to testicle.
Passing blood might be due to erosion in penile urethra.
I would suggest to take antibiotic medicine for few days.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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