I noticed bright red blood in my urine after I masturbated excessively for the past few days. Why, and what should I do?

Q. Why is there blood in the urine after masturbation?

Answered by
Dr. Madhav Tiwari
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Mar 24, 2023 and last reviewed on: Aug 29, 2023

Hello doctor,

I used to masturbate daily, sometimes more than once a day. I have had bright red blood in my urine in the morning for the past few days which went away after drinking water. It is stressing me out now. I had the same issue a few months ago. But then, I stopped masturbating and it went away. I took this for granted, and in the last few weeks, I started masturbating again like I used to. What should I do? Will it heal on its own, and how long will it take?

Please help.



Welcome to icliniq.com.

I went through your query and understood your concern. I have a few questions. Please help me with a few details: Are you a smoker? Are you diabetic or have any other illnesses? Is the blood in your urine present only at the start of the stream, throughout the stream, or towards the end? How many times per day do you have blood in the urine? Have you undergone any tests like ultrasound, urine tests, urine culture, etc.? Do you have any pain after ejaculation? Do you have trouble passing urine, such as urgency, increased frequency, or straining to pee?

Kindly follow up with the details.

Thanks and regards.

Hello doctor,

Thanks for your reply.

I used to smoke a few years ago. After that, I stopped. I am not diabetic, and I do not have any other illnesses. The blood in my urine is throughout the stream. I see blood in my urine two to three times in the morning. After that, it clears up as the day progresses. No, I did not take any tests. Also, I do not experience any pain after ejaculation. I do not have any trouble passing urine.

Please help.



Welcome back to icliniq.com.

I suggest you follow certain instructions; do a urine routine, urine culture test, ultrasound of the kidneys, ureters, and urinary bladder, post-void residual urine volume, uroflowmetry test, and semen culture and sensitivity. Take a capsule of Cranpac D (Cranberry extract, Carbohydrate, and Protein) twice daily for two weeks. Take a good Probiotic for two weeks. Kindly consult a specialist doctor, talk with them, and take medicines with their consent.

I hope this has helped you.

Thanks and regards.

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