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Body tissue and blood in semen

I had a reversejaculation my urine consisted of blood and a lot of small pieces of body tissue. The body tissue pieces had no blood on them.About 45 days ago I had a reversejaculation and I was using Levitra, Afterwards I had a lot more bleeding but not body tissue isssues.I've had my urethra operated on twice,four biopsies,and had a fair size piece of my right lobe removed for a biopsy.No cancer was found.All these proceduses and surgeries were from  2 to 12 years ago.. My last biopsy of my prostate was 7-05  and consisted of seventeen bites and I got an prostate infection which lasted for over a year..My question is my prostate has a lot  of old scar tissue ,could this be causing the bleeding and body tissue issues,along with Levitra?  Or coud this be from my past prostate  infection? My PSA is  the lowest its ever been . It is now .30   Thanks for any help you can give me....
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Hi,

If the latest of the procedures was performed in 2005, it is unlikely that current bleeding is associated with the normal healing process. If the PSA is at the lowest its ever been, you may need to look at other structures from the kidney downward to search for a source of the bleeding.

A preliminary test may include an ultrasound of the kidneys and the bladder and microscopic analysis of the blood to estimate where it is coming from.

See a doctor straightaway. Stay positive.
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I changed my blood thinning medication from Coumadin to Eliquis about a year ago.  Within a week I started to have tissue in my seaman.  I had t stop the thinner for a while for oral surgery and the tissue issue stopped.  It started again when I resumed the Eliquis
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