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Blood in semen after stent removal

Hi. I've been having kidney stone problem more than 2 years.
I've had 2 times of Lithotripsy during 2 months and finally 10 day ago I had stent removal.
I've had a lot of blood in my urine during 2 days but not any more.
I've had been admitted to the hospital the Las 5 days due to a kidney infection and trauma in the kidney, now I am at home with antibiotics.
I have masturbated for the first time since the stent removal and there was no problem, but the second time I did it blood appeared in the semen. Is that normal? Should I be worried?
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