My SP ERM Color Just Changed To Red And Brown, Please Is...

My SP ERM Color Just Changed To Red And Brown, Please Is This Normal? See Reason

HELP! My s p e r m is mixed red and brown… and am really worried about this. I have just had an unprotected s ex with a lady but that has been a while. So please is this colored s p e r m normal or do i need see a doctor. I need your serious contributions to this..no insult please. Thanks in advanced.

What Are the Common Causes of Red Fluid?

Red Fluid, also called hematosp ermia, is the result of blood in Fluid. The redness may range from a light pink to a dark red or brown. This condition often causes great alarm in the male and his partner, but hematosp ermia is typically a non-malignant symptom and the cause is usually unknown. Doctors speculate that the most common causes may be irritation or inflammation of testicular vessels or the urinary tract, trauma to the testicles, a s exually transmitted disease (STD), and rarely, prostate cancer. 

Many doctors believe that red Fluid might be the result of irritation, inflammation or trauma. Usually, these discomforts are due to prolonged or rough intercourse, or the event of a prostate biopsy. In this case, a repeated case of hematosp ermia may only happen during these moments. A standard examination of the joystick, rectal area and urine is done to verify this. The red Fluid will typically clear up with time and no further action is necessary. Inflammations of the vas deferens, urethra, prostate, or seminal vesicles are occasionally due to a virus or infection. In this case, an STD may be the culprit and further action to deal with the STD must be taken. Another cause for irritation may be stones, in which case a doctor may offer different methods of relief. STDs and other inflammations are supposedly the number one cause of red Fluid in men under the age of 40. 

Rarely, the red Fluid is a symptom of cancer, but prostate cancer is the most common type. This may be the case for men who have blood in their Fluid and are over the age of 40. To rule out any malignant causes, extensive tests are performed. These include a cystoscopy and an ultrasound of the testicular area. While a tumor or cancer is considered a common cause, it is rarely ever the case. 

Usually, an incident of hematosp ermia happens without the male or his partner noticing, so how often a person had discolored sp erm is not typically known. When an episode is noticed, doctors recommend that the man have a check-up, but even after an examination, the reason why it happened is usually unknown. In this case, it is said to be benign and has a chance of happening again. If a man over 40 finds red Fluid, he may have to go through a more intensive examination, but even then, the doctor may not find the cause.

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