bleeding still after 9 weeks

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had gl twice in a year doing ok except for bleeding iam very active but i took it easy bled on and off for 6 weeks bleeding seemed of stopped after 8 weeks until the other day but the urine was more brown than red it only lasted for. a while and it became clear but two days later it did it again is this normal

 

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    I remember when I had a turp done 7 years ago.  If I was too active, yard work etc. I would urinate pink urine, and that was weeks after my surgery. Besides blood, I would discharge what looked like dark brown tissue.  It was all part of the healing process, was what I was told by my uro. Not easy or fun getting old at times!
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    Hi. After my HoLep reduction it took 5 weeks for all bleeding to stop. The hospital said 3 days! It gradually slowed which gave me confidence it would eventually stop. It sounds like you may need to see the GP/Consultant
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    After 8 weeks, yes you could query it, but also realise only a tiny pinprick of blood will quite colour a smallish amount of urine. The brown colour is to do with the normal mix of urea. You are bound to have  problems properly healing, because a cut on top of a healing scab from an earlier cut means low blood supply to the new scar. It wont arouse much interest from your uro.
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    You probably have an infection that comes and goes occasionally. Keep a bottle of Rx anti-biotics on hand such as Cipro.
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    I was told after a biopy and having brown blood in my semen weeks later that 'brown' is old blood.

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