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bob201200000000000000000000 posted:
Had some sex, a whole lot with my girlfriend and after the 4th time my condem was filled with blood and it burned afterword. Both have been tested for STD's with in the last year and were good. Any info, no discharge of any kind, or any blood when peeing. A tad scared.
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FCL responded:
Are you uncircumcized?
There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
 
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bob201200000000000000000000 replied to FCL's response:
No, I am.
 
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Anon_5554 responded:
this happened to me last year....it was a couple of days after a prostate exam from my doctor (ouch!), so i called and sure enough that was the problem! did freak me out initially! i would check with your doctor, though...
 
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bob201200000000000000000000 replied to Anon_5554's response:
Trying to but I cannot get an appt until 9 Nov. My groin area has gotten sore on the right side since.
 
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pal401 replied to bob201200000000000000000000's response:
It happened to Me also wathching movie got really exited and sex three times the next morning sex was blood in semen this happened tirty years go the doc say slight inlarge prostate. If You have sex give time to heal
 
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bob201200000000000000000000 replied to pal401's response:
Thanks all so far, The more coments the better, I imediately thought it to be a prostate problem but my girl thinks it could be an STD but I am 99.9 that its not. Pal401 did you get any meds or anything for it?
 
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pal401 replied to bob201200000000000000000000's response:
No just give time but need to go to the doc for PSA blood test
 
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bob201200000000000000000000 replied to pal401's response:
Thanks, what is PSA blood test?
 
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queston replied to bob201200000000000000000000's response:
PSA is prostate-specific androgen--it's the blood test that they do that can help in diagnosing prostate cancer.

However, the symptoms you describe are more likely to be prostatitis--an inflammation of the prostate that is usually caused by a bacterial infection.

You should see your doctor soon, because it can be difficult to root infection out of the prostate and prostatitis can become chronic. Trust me, you really don't want that to happen.

You might also consider cutting back on alcohol (especially beer), caffeine, and spicy foods until you get this cleared up, because these are all known to aggravate prostatitis.
 
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Rhondamay replied to queston's response:
I believe that PSA is prostate-specific antigen. I only know this because my husband just received the results of his PSA and I read them.

Rhonda
 
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bob201200000000000000000000 replied to Rhondamay's response:
Rhonda May, what did the results say for him to do about it? Did he get meds, or was he told to not have sex for awhile or........
 
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queston replied to Rhondamay's response:
Yes, that's right, antigen. I typed the wrong word.

But my advice to the OP stands. See a doctor and describe your symptoms. Other symptoms of prostatitis can include pain around the prostate/genitals, feeling like you need to urinate frequently, and sometimes fever and/or sexual performance issues.
 
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Rhondamay replied to bob201200000000000000000000's response:
Bob, his PSA test results were good, in the normal range. The Doctor said come back next year. His PSA index was 1.01 which was actually lower than his previous test a year ago. They watch for escalating numbers from test to test as well as high numbers as possible indicaters of prostate cancer. The urologist says a guy shouldn't have sex for 48 hours prior to the test but there is no prohibition afterwards.

Rhonda
 
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bob201200000000000000000000 replied to Rhondamay's response:
Thanks Rhonda, I wish 9 Nov would get here faster. Thats healthcare these days. Appts take forever.


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