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A 28-year-old male asked:

Inside of the penis opening gets dark red after sex and seems to get a little puffy? normal or maybe prostate issues? i'm 27 years old if that help , also semen is yellow tint and slitch discomfort afterwards all std negative?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology 51 years experience
There does not seem to any thing of concern in what you described. For healthy diet: http://www.choosemyplate.gov/., exercise 30 minutes/day, drink enough water daily so your urine is mostly colorless, have safe sex, no tobacco alcohol weed or street drugs. Get HPV and Covid vaccines. Wish you good health!
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In the meantime, if you have sex at all, use a condom every single time. once you find out is you have an infection you need to try and contact partners so they can be treated. One more uncommon thing is penile skin cancer (at your age is doubtful but should be checked just the same.) I would suggest avoiding intercourse inclluding oral sex until you know what you are dealing with. Best wishes!
Aug 12, 2014
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