Pain When Urinating Accompanied By Blood And Pus?
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First of all, you should explain first, do you have a history of unsafe sexual intercourse before (sexual intercourse change partners and do not use condoms)?
If you have a history of unsafe sexual intercourse before, then the symptoms as you experience them are most often caused by sexually transmitted infections namely gonorrhea and chlamydia. If you have no history of unsafe sexual intercourse before, then these symptoms can caused by other things, for example:
prostatitis normal urinary tract infections or inflammation of the prostate balanitis in accordance with the results of the inspection. All of the above diseases will most likely not heal by themselves and treatment for all of the above conditions you cannot do alone. Therefore, you should do a doctor's examination.
For now, try to drink more so that you urinate more often and more, and avoid sexual intercourse altogether. If later there is indeed found a sexually transmitted infection, you must bring your partner to have a check-up and get treatment too so that it does not occur transmitting the disease to you.
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