Anyone piss blood after pe specifically pumping?

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    One day, after about a week of aggressive pumping, I started pissing a lot of blood. I mean my blood was 100% red. The toilet looked like someone got murdered in after I used it. There was a lot of pain too.

    I went to the ER and they diagnosed it as a UTI since there was blood. I was prescribed antibiotics which cleared the blood fast, the pain took longer.

    Anyways, my family doctor got the lab report on the urine back and it found no bacteria in it which means it wasn't a UTI , well unlikely one. So I did the battery of test for cancers etc. All was clear.


    Anyone have this? Hard to believe I would piss blood for a day if I "broke" something and why would the antibiotics work? Then again no bacteria so...

    Anyone have an experience like this?

    PS. I was tested for every STD 6 mths apart, nothing came up.
     
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    no, but that is certainly a "doctor, doctor!' moment.
    the best thing to do is not do that amount of pumping/intensity in a week ever again.
     
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    What do you mean with aggressive pumping? Glad you are ok now.
     
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    Clearly, we should be asking our doctors about pumping and injuries, but I totally get it.

    Yeah, how aggressive?
     
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    Did the antibiotics work? Or was taking them just coincidental with your body naturally mending a burst blood vessel or whatever it may have been?
     
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    They worked clearing up the blood within 3-4 hrs. Then things slowly got back to normal. I am freaked out that no bacteria was found in the urine. Doc was sure it was a UTI.
     
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    Is that how quickly antibiotics would have fixed the problem (if it had indeed been an infection)? Sounds too rapid to me. I'm suspicious of there being a relationship. Then again, I'm far from being a medical expert.
     
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    Intravenous or injected antibiotics start working as soon as they're in the bloodstream, and can cause noticeable improvement in a few hours. Oral antibiotics must first be digested and absorbed into the bloodstream so typically take longer to start feeling/seeing results.
     
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    Why the FUCK are you answering for me? You have absolutely zero clue what was given to me and how so what's the point of your damn post? Get lost please. So useless.
     
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    I've pumped with extremely low pressure, using a brake bleeder I can get to -25 inhg and I like to pull on it to make it jump higher. If you use a narrow tube and fill it up it can cause a lot of stress at the glans. Once I wasn't watching what I was doing and my penis literally blew a bubble sized blister of skin right at the slit. It took weeks to heal. Are you packing your tube?
     
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    Blood was internal. Not from a blister. And yes I am packing but it's also, like yours, a smaller tube,
     
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    I was answering TO you, not FOR you. And my reply was really intended for malakos.
     
    #12 ItsAll4Kim, Dec 14, 2018 at 9:07 AM
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    He didn't ask you jack shit and you are stating something as fact. Are you a surgeon? Even educated? DOn't answer if you don't know wtf you are talking about please.
     
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    Anyone can respond to any post. Malakos asked, "Is that how quickly antibiotics would have worked?", and I decided to do some research beyond my personal experience. I summarized my findings. If you've read or been told differently, feel free to post your understanding.
     
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    Hi @thinktank217: I see you joined LPSG 11 days ago. Welcome.

    LPSG is a great on-line community of varied folks with diverse backgrounds. It is a great place to converse, share information and pix, and learn. I assume from your OP here it's why you took time to post your question about blood in your urine after aggressive pumping. You wanted feedback, right?

    I can see where the subject of your question, while specific to you and your physical ailment, could capture interest from fellow pumpers. Who may or may not have experienced the same or similar physical malady as you. And may be able to provide some information that relates to the subject.

    Like @ItsAll4Kim. Good guy who took some time to provide some good information about antibiotics and how they work. I learned something from what he posted.

    So your two responses to him, quoted below, have confused me.

    Why you mad? Cuz all I see is a poster genuinely trying to help. What am I missing?

    Like @ItsAll4Kim said, it's an open forum. Anyone can pretty much respond to anyone. Except in the Ask A Whatever forums.

    You might want to take some time and peruse this site and get a feel for the community and its participants. I've learned over my 6+ years that many posters are well educated and informed on a variety of topics. IOW, lots of folks here know lots of good stuff.

    Regardless, enjoy your time at LPSG. Chill out and enjoy the pleasures and wonders that only LPSG can bring.

    I'm glad you are feeling better. Take care.
     
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    He asked for MY case which you have NO knowledge of. You Just talk to talk..like all idiots.
     
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    What's eh point of this drivel? Get lost. No one gives a flying shit about what you think.
     
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    Thank you for your thoughtful reply. That you replied tells me you care. Deeply. Bigly.

    Why do you seem so familiar to me? I do believe I recognize your posting style. Where/How the hell you been Sammy?

    Oh, you owe @ItsAll4Kim an apology for your being so snippy with your replies to him.
     
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    You got me...are you under the age of 18? Why are you here?

    Apologize to that blowhard? Never.
     
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    This tread had the potential for a good discussion. As well as a learning experience for pumpers in general. Even though thinktank217 has now been banned.. My story happened about 5 years ago. I use to be an regular 7 day / 2 hr pumper. This is my input. I had a similar experience with bleeding from my urethra. Which sent me right to my urologist. Who in turn called in the their Urological Cancer specialist. He performed an emergency Cystoscope on me. If you have never heard of that procedure this is basically what it does. It is a long tube with a camera that is inserted into the urethra all the way in to the bladder. While this is taking place they are also injecting saline in at the same time.The doctor looks at the image on a huge monitor so that they can see what is going on within the urinary tract. This is a procedure requires the patient to sedated. In my case there was no time for that, because I had an active bleed. Let me tell you it hurt, but I was so nervous I did not care.... Results came up negative to any signs of cancer. No STD's, No infections. It was a rupture in my urethra just before the sphincter muscle going into my bladder. I was relieved beyond words....Prognoses, I was given antibiotics because of my HIV status ( That is normal for me when I have any procedures performed) I had to drink a lot of water to keep my bladder and urethra flush out. This also helped get the blood out, which could have caused infections or clots. I was told it would stop within a few hours which it did.... Moral of my story... I am no longer a pumper, only because it scared me away from it. Be careful on the intensity of your pumping guys...:eek::eek::eek::eek:
     
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