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Blood lumps passed in urine today,pretty scary! Any idea why?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 20, 2007
  • 03:06 AM

Well folks, I'm a typical w-male 51. Considered myself in good phyiscal condition. Visit the doc every year for the norm tests.
This morning, showered and shaved like every day, got dressed, a few minutes later went to urinate and saw something fall from the area, din't think much of it, said oops must be fuzz from cloths.

Well what a shocker when standing there a few minutes ago and see a large blood lump pop right out and drop.
I said what the heck! Took a spoon, retrieved it. Sure enough a lump of blood. Same shape and size as this morning.
That's the strange part to me. It was the size of a pea but flat dry like a cornflake ceral. When hitting the water it jellied up in blood ball or a lump.

I rarely get sick or colds in years but something seemed to get me this past weekend as I came home friday from work, eat and went to bed at 8pm sleep off and on till sunday morning, 1st time ever sleeping more than 6-7 hours. Had hot sweats, weak, fever, drained, tired, just felt bad but not sick. Even thought I was just burned out from mental work on new project new biz, people, computers and extreme exercise. Terrible dry skin, few aches and pains.
OK, not much else to tell, if anyone has a clue what could be going on with me, please advise.
I have no insurance and funds are limited when it comes to medical, plus I'm a hard headed cowboy type that will save up all my broken bones, cuts and other things then go see the doc for all, thinking I'm getting more for the buck.
But this seems to be serious and not sure what to do.
Thanks in advance for reading this and/or responding.
RF in cold Kewaunee, WI USA

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