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Cancer: Prostate board


lindsalou,

A needle biopsy will frequently cause bleeding (fresh red blood) from the urethra but it should clear up long, long before two weeks go by.

A biopsy may cause blood in his ejaculate for weeks. If he's on a drug for BPH (like Flomax) that causes retrograde ejaculation, that could be the cause of blood in the urine.

I've been there, but I'm no doctor. He (or you) should describe his symptoms to his doctor and let the doctor tell him if it's a problem.

BTW, two weeks is a long time to wait for biopsy results.

Best of luck!