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These residue clots usually do not increase the risk of infection or urosepsis. So nothing to worry too much about the infection due to residual clots. Drinking plenty of water and taking medication for benign prostate hypertrophy is going to take care of the clots which had been left over in the bladder. These clots are voided gradually in 3-7 days (or sometimes in lesser duration).
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Yes, persisting clots in the urinary bladder may cause urine infection leading to sepsis. Its essential to ensure adequate hydration, monitor urine output and have very low threshold to have post-void bladder scan in case urine output reduces. In case of fever with worsening suprapubic/lower abdominal heaviness/pain and urinary symptoms, best to seek urgent medical consult to avoid full urosepsis..