So I'm 17 years old, I recently underwent surgery last week (November 25, 2013) I had to get two urethral strictures removed but they weren't very deep, I had a catheter in for about 3 days, had that taken out and since then I've been fine, I have a little blood in my urine from time to time but nothing major, I don't have any discomfort at all, I drink lots of fluids on the regular, I just want someone who's gone through this to tell me how they ended up, also I really want to masturbate, and tonight I tried to, but the pre-ejaculation was bloody, not too bloody, but you could see it, so I got scared and stopped, then I had to urinate, and there was no blood, no pain, nothing, if someone who's gone through this can get back to me, or a doctor or something (because mines an *******) that would be great, I've scanned the internet for answers but there aren't any. Please help!
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