Last night my 58yo dad started bleeding from his penis. He was out with my mum and friends and it bled through his jeans. He said he felt no pain and did not know it was happenening until he saw it. He has previously had haematuria in his urine but they have kept testing it with no answer. They are due to go on holiday on friday to a tropical island where medical care is probably not the greatest....Do you think its cancer? what could it be?
I wish I could help you, my dad has this issue too, although he has tenderness in lower abdominal region and urinary issues, but he had prostate ca couple years ago and has not been same since. He has been cancer free x 1.5 years and now all of the sudden he is bleeding from penis? I thought it was bladder ca, but he had a cystoscopy and they said everything is ok in bladder. I think I should get his kidneys checked. The blood has to come from somewhere.....I hope you find your answers...
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