TO PREVENT COMPLICATIONS FROM YOUR PROCEDURE, PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Increase your fluid intake for the next 2-3 days to flush out and decrease the formation of blood clots in your urine. Some spotting of the urine with blood may occur for the first week. This will resolve over the next days. If you take Pyridium, your urine will also appear orange/brown. (Pyridium may stain your underwear.)
2. Expected and normal symptoms include:
• Discomfort in the rectum or base of your penis for several days.
• Blood in your stool for several days.
• Bloody or discolored semen if you are sexually active for 4-6 weeks until the blood is cleared out of your prostrate.
3. No strenuous activity if you have bright red urine.
2. Fever greater than 100.5.
3. Large stringy blood clots, bright red urine, bright red blood around stools.
4. Sudden inability to void (a blood clot may obstruct flow).
NOTIFY OUR OFFICE IMMEDIATELY AT 541-754-1287
AFTER HOURS CALL UROLOGY AT 541-754-1150