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Blood in the Urine in Men
Contact your doctor. You should have a medical evaluation. You may have a condition called urethritis, which is an infection or inflammation of the urethra. Most cases of urethritis are caused by sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea and chlamydia.
Burning with urination can also be caused by bladder infections, and by infection or inflammation of the prostate.
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