During agressive sex I sometimes have bleeding (free flowing blood). Subseqently the clotting causes a blockage that is difficult to pass. I have seen a urologist, been scoped, CT scan, etc. with no diagnosis other than a possible irritated prostate because we can't find any other cause. I drink alcohol a good bit daily and use 1/2 cialis before sex. The erection is quite rigid and prolonged (thanks to cialis). The bleeding is not related to actual ejaculation because I may not at the time. There are no other symptoms. I take high BP medicine, am diabetic (type 2) Any ideas ?
You have had a comprehensive evaluation for your symptoms.
By "scoped" I assume this was a cystoscopy. If not, this should be done to rule out bladder cancer.
A transrectal ultrasound can be considered to further image the prostate. If the tests continue to be non-revealing, serial monitoring of the urine (via a urinalysis) can be considered to see if the bleeding is still continuing.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
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