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Penis tip burning microscopic hematuria detected

Hi arthur
i am 30 yr old single i have problem facing masturbation 1 week ago i masturbated and very hard semen came out after 2 days i have strated experiencing burning sensation penis tip constant after pee.
I drank cranberry juice whole week and burning faded away but unfortunately 2 days back i again masturbated and intense burning came back with hot body flashes this semen were fine.i went to dr he performed urineanalysis it reveals no infection but 10-12 RBC/HPF he also performed urine culture result will come on saturday he gave me ciprofloxacin and told me to start taking it if burning came yesterday whole day no burning but since night it came back.i am very anxious person
should i start taking cipro as i am having hematuria ? And plz tell whats wrong with me as i don see cloudy bloody urine no bad odor and urine with good water intake  flow is normal plz answer me i am deeply worried.
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Hi,
Hematuria occurs in cases of kidney stones, infections, cancer of the bladder and prostate, and sometimes without any cause.

Do you also experience any burning sensation while passing urine?

If your physician has asked you to take the ciprofloxacin, you can go ahead and start the course of antibiotic, keeping in mind that you need to complete the whole course (5-7 days) once you start treatment.

You could be having an infection in your prostate or epididymis, based on the fact that the burning occurs with ejaculation.

Once the culture report is out (72 hours) your physician will put you on the specific antibiotic that the infective organism is sensitive to (if there is evidence of infective organism).

In the interim, drink fluids in excess of 2000 ml per day.
Continue the intake of citrus and vitamin-rich juices.
Increase intake of calcium-rich foods
Avoid stress and anxiety.
Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and spicy foods.

Do keep us posted on your doubts and progress.
Regards
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Well i am single not performed sex with females in my whole life how can i be infected of bacteria is this bacterial prostatis? No i don feel burning during urination
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I don feel burning during urination no pelvic pain i have never perfomed any kinda sex just masturbation how can bacteria infect prostate
i am anxiety patient with panic disorder heart palpitation can i take cipro as i read online it can have cns side effects
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Hi,

All infections are not acquired through sexual contact.

There are bacterial organisms that live in our skin, some get there through clothes and contaminated hands.

An infection that grows in and around the glans can ascend up the urethra and infect structures along the way.

Prostatitis can be bacterial (following infection) or abacterial (inflammation without infection).

Similarly with epididymitis, the inflammation may be in response to infection or other causes.

Sometimes, too frequent or too infrequent ejaculation has been known to irritate the prostate and cause signs and symptoms of prostatitis.

You can go ahead with the ciprofloxacin even though you have panic disorder.

Just remember to drink plenty of fluids to keep yourself hydrated, avoid caffeine, alcohol and spicy food, and maintain hygiene.

Do keep us posted on your doubts and progress.
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My doc just said dont take cipro unless ur urine culture report came just drink plently of water now as ur urine analysis is negative i am having loose motions could this also be due to infection or anxiety
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My doc just said dont take cipro unless ur urine culture report came just drink plently of water now as ur urine analysis is negative i am having loose motions could this also be due to infection or anxiety
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