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Blood in urine blood in underwear lots of blood

I peed and it wa bloody very bright blood and then big clots of blood
Went to emergency room at VA peed in bottle test said yes blood they told me to go home very strang I thought they said they could do nothing. 3 day now and it all over when I sleep and just now it's running down my leg. Can someone teller what is going on no pain
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WOW - I have no idea what’s causing this, but from your description this sounds like it could definitely be smthg fairly serious. I’m rather shocked the Dr’s sent you home w/ out any treatment or at least a follow-up appointment to run some tests.

First, I think you & the Dr’s would want to know where this blood is originating - in the bladder, the urethra, prostate, etc. If it’s bright red blood, that actually may be a little less serious in that it indicates it’s coming from somewhere near the end of the genito-urinary system, rather than farther ‘up’. But I would think they’d wanna do a cystoscopy, where they use a flexible ‘scope’ to look inside the bladder for the source of bleeding.

Try to find a Dr. - In or outside the VA - willing to do some investigation. This situation needs to be addressed ASAP - it may turn out to be smthg not too serious, but I’m sure you want to know what’s going on! Good luck & let us know what’s found...
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That doesn't sound right that they acted like this was at all normal.  I would most definitely go BACK to the doctor and I'd even consider hitting a nursing home.  Sadly, The VA system in our country is lacking according to its reputation.  Go to a regular hospital.  Here's a whole article on it. https://www.healthline.com/health/mens-health/bleeding-from-penis  Sincerely, go get checked out again.  
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