I was told to wear the stockings for at least a week, which is about how long it takes for the GA to leave your system (which in my case shows up by having low blood pressure for a week afterwards).
The stinging may be because they put a catheter in, which will irritate the lining of the urethra. They often use one so they can fill the urethra with a liquid which shows up on the ultrasound, so they can see where it is then doing the biopsies. They may or may not leave it in afterwards (I was told I would wake up with it in, but they'd removed it before I woke up).
More like tomato ketchup here. It only stays red for a few days, after which the blood turns brown as it oxidises (like a scab does). People who leave it weeks before ejaculating can find it's gone black. I rather suspect it's a good idea to get it out without too much delay - when I asked, my urologist said there was no reason to delay ejaculating, and suggested it was a good idea.
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