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I was at my urologist today & he scoped me in my bladder through my pee hole (whatever thats called) He had to stretch it out so i could urinate completely without it coming in spurs. I had this done a few hours ago & i go to pee but the pain is unbearable! Also there is soo much blood in my urine its scary. Is any of this normal? & if so how long until its back to normal? Help please!
While slight amount of blood occurring due to mild trauma is expected after a cystoscopy; excessive amount of blood and associated pain could indicate an injury or infection/ inflammation. It would be best to have this reviewed by the treating urologist for a detailed evaluation and suggestion of an appropriate management plan.
Hope this is helpful.
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