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Possible Prostate problem

Hello. I'm hoping to get help. My husband a few days ago complained of some pain on the left side of his penis. 2 days later blood came out of the tip of his penis but not in his urine. And the next day he feels faint burning while peeing and a dull lower back ache. He has to wait a few days for a referral to a urologist and I am so worried. Can you please get back and let me know what it sounds like. He's 26 and I'm thinking prostate or bladder cancer! Please help!
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Some of the causes of pain with blood in urine can be:

• Kidney stones: can be associated with sudden pain in the groin and flanks
• Infection/stones of the urinary tract: (associated with fever, painful urination)
• Tumors of the urinary tract (associated with abdominal pain, fever, weight loss)
• Medications

Some of the investigations which can be used for a diagnosis are urine examination, scans, cystoscopy, blood tests etc.

Take care and do write in if you need more information.


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