Blood in semen an sometimes in urine after sex?

Benign. This is a common condition. It is rarely caused by prostate cancer. Masterbate daily for several weeks. If it does not clear see a urologist and get a psa.

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Head of penis looks bloody. No visible blood in semen/urine. Area itchy/sore. Wiping with damp cloth doesn't remove the 'blood'. No sex. What is it?

Balanitis. Sounds like fungal balanitis--especially if you are uncircumcised. Make sure you can pull your foreskin back all the way and you can try to apply over the counter clotrimazole. If the bloody look doesn't go away in 2 weeks, see a urologist. . Read more...

Blood in semen; no associated or residual pain or blood in urine?

Hematospermia. Hematospermia is almost never serious. It is usually related to a mild inflammation or infection of the prostate or seminal vesicles. If symptoms persist see a urologist for examination. You may need an antibiotic. Read more...

I have blood in semen & urine since 4/15. Got 2 cystoscopies, 15 ultrasounds, 2 CT scans, 1 MRI, 8 urine cytologies till 1/17. All normal. Do I worry?

Hematuria. From a cancer standpoint, I do think you have anything to worry about. However, if you persist to have the hematuria. A discussion with a hematologist may be helpful. Certainly sounds like you GU tract has been thoroughly explored. Read more...

Can blood in semen be due to bloody urine? Had hematuria few months ago (got complete evaluation). Now, bloody semen. Could it mean theres hematuria?

Unlikely. It's unlikely for the blood in your semen to be due to hematuria unless you also urinated blood just before ejaculation Usually blood in the semen comes from the epididymis/prostate/urethra and not the bladder although since urine and semen both pass through the urethra it is not impossible for a little blood from the bladder to find it's way in the semen. I would see your Dr for a urinalysis. Read more...

27 years old male, healthy, blood in semen for the last 3 days...No other symptoms, no blood in urine or pain...Is this most likely benign?

Yes. Hematospermia is nearly always a benign (although frightening) occurrence. It may be due to prostatitis or seminal vesiculitis. See your family physician or a urologist for an exam. Antibiotiics are often prescribed for this empirically. Read more...