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I am a 49 year old male who has been experiencing frequent urination and dribbling for close to two years. For the past week I have dealt with urgency, burning, small quantity when urinating with the burning coming at the end of the stream. The days ago I had a blood clot about the size of a match head in my urine along with other symptoms. I took AZO for two days which helped symptoms and discontinued this two days ago. Yesterday I noticed that my Amgen was a yellow green color. Out of curiosity I masturbated again today and the semen was obviously containing blood. Completely pink in color. I also have minor pain in left side of groin which has come and gone for several months. I have not been checked as I have no insurance at this time. Do I just need antibiotics for a uti or could this be a serious prostate issue?
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