Pain in belly button. Pain when I urinate and sometimes bleeds (a little)?

? infection. Should see your dr / urgent care for exam and urinalysis to see if have urinary tract infection...Or any other "male infection" if at risk due to unprotected intercourse.

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The past week I've had a dull throbbing pain on the left side of my body a cpl. Inches below my belly button. Pain is worse while urinating. Thoughts?

Bladder infection. See your PCM or go to an Urgent Care to have your urine checked for infection. There are also some over the counter Urine tests that you can use to detect bladder infections - if positive (abnormal), you will need antibiotic treatment. If the urine tests are normal (negative), additional tests for a GYN or GI (gut) problem should be performed. Read more...

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