You probably should try to get blood out of your prostate at the time, but 9 months later, it's not going to be there. The body does break it down and reabsorb it. If there's a lot, it might not all get reabsorbed, and some breakdown products can remain. One of those is the iron from the red blood cells.
I had a TRUS biopsy initially. It took 3 weeks of daily use to wash the blood out of my semen (starting off looking like tomato ketchup).
After I'd started HT and was almost dry orgasms, I had a template biopsy. Getting the blood out after that was much more difficult because of not ejaculating anything much, although some blood was present. 3 months later, I had a full body MRI scan, and I was somewhat surprised to see a bright white blob showed up in my prostate - didn't think the cancer was as obvious as that. I had a session with the radiographer some weeks later and asked about that. He said no, it's not the cancer, it's something ferrous. In this case, it's the iron (or rather, rust) left from the blood that I didn't manage to get out of the prostate, and the body didn't manage to reabsorb.
You should ask your urologist or GP if no longer under the urologist, but you should also probably try and get your semen clear, and then see if any new blood appears. New blood is red for about 3 days after bleeding, and then starts going brown. I have seen men report black semen after a biopsy if they leave if some weeks before ejaculating.
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