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Blood in urine after masturbation
A month ago suddenly after masturbations there was blood in my urine it was there for a day and after a day it stopped my urine was normal I was scared so I didn't masturbate for 23 days then I started masturbating again no blood was accompanied with urine but then suddenly on 11th March after masturbations there was blood in my urine and this time my penis was in pain and this continued for a day and after that it was back to normal after some days it started happening again
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Hello Some times happens like that due to injuries or infection. Maintain internal hygiene and avoid masturbation for few days. Drink plenty of water.
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It is likely that by applying a lot of force during masturbation must have caused a trauma to the vessel which may have caused this. This usually heals on it's own and doesn't require medical intervention unless you have continuous bleed with immense pain or develop fever. You should avoid masturbation until it heals and while masturbating don't apply too much force and don't do it too many times in a day. If the condition persists or worsens visit the nearest ER.
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If condition persists or worsens visit the ER at the earliest
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