Thursday, April 24, 2008

Is It Bad...

... to pee blood after your run?  Hmmm.  So I get back from my 45 minute run.  Felt great the entire time... threw in some tempo work at the high end of my Zone 3... it was good.  It's the first time that I've gotten any quality work done since last Friday!  I'm optimistic about being over the hump of my illness.  Anyway... get back to the Y and grab my recovery drink before heading into the gym to get some core done... stop off at the bathroom and am shocked to see a steady stream of dark red blood hitting the back of the urinal!  HOLY CRAP!  What the HELL man!?  No pain, no nausea, no signs or symptoms that ANYTHING is wrong... except for the crimson stream flowing from my manhood!  I made some calls to some docs that I know and started hydrating. Everything  cleared up after about 30 mins.  All systems are a go... but GEESH!  That was just plain ODD!  After doing a google search about Hematuria (that's all scientific n shit huh?), apparently its not all THAT uncommon!  I've just been lucky.

Aint trainin FUN!?

Breathe...

6 comments:

Bigun said...

"Just don't eat the red snow".

"Better red than dead."

"REDRUM, REDRUM!"

"they say that RED is the new Yellow..."

Word verification: ORHIH - "we whant a plane and 10 million dollars ORHIH kills all the hostages"

Al said...

Wow, talk about a freakout. Hopefully, it's nothing serious...I've heard running til your eyes bleed but never til you pee blood!

Anonymous said...

Hope you're well. Take care of yourself.

blink140pnt6 said...

Dude that is scary! Hope it is just a freak thing. Stay on top of that.

Heres to hoping you don't bleeeeed any more.

Anonymous said...

Ummmm.....this makes a sister worried about her little baby brother. Go to to the doctor and get some tests please. That is not right, me don't think. Don't make me fly out there and kick your skinny little butt.

Jamie said...

Wow trirob. You are a little too hardcore for me.

I'm all for ass kicking training, but once it start impacting my whang, I gotta take another look at my priorities.