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When I Ejaculate I Ehaculate Blood What Do I Do
See your urologist: Blood in the ejaculate is not unusual but should be evaluated. It is usually due to infection or inflammation of the ejaculatory ducts and usually poses no significant risk. Medications will usually take care of the problem if no other abnormilities are found. This can take months before it resolves but you can continue with sexual activity with the use of condoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hematospermia: Most likely, we'll never know why it happened. If he had pain, perhaps trauma (overenthusiastic?) or infection (prostatitis). Check out http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/blood-in-semen/my01214. If he's of similar age, there may be slightly increased risk for prostate cancer, thus should be checked out but data is sparse. Also see http://www.Uptodate.Com/contents/hematospermia & http://goo.Gl/hrpysv. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My brother has detected an ample amount of blood in his semen when he ejaculates. What could be wrong?
Hematospermia: Blood in the ejaculate is called hematospermia. It is often benign. There was a recent paper published demonstrating a link with prostate cancer. There can also be an association with infection. Despite these connections, if a doctor decides your brother has a normal feeling prostate and he is young enough that he is not at risk for prostate cancer, he is likely safe. His md should evaluate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: The detailed events of female ejaculation still have not been well and consistently documented and defined especially in the main stream of modern urology although the discussion of female ejaculation has been frequently spotlighted to feed curiosity of the public. So, if seeing blood after female orgasm, I would be more inclined to treat it as postcoital vaginal spotting. So, seek pro-evaluation. ...Read more
Usually not serious: There are many things can cause blood to leak into the urethra. Cancer is rare but a man with blood in the ejaculate should be checked for this. Infection is also possible but usually other symptoms would be present. If the person is on some sort of blood thinner this would make bleeding more likely but the blood thinner should not be stopped without consulting their health care provider. ...Read more
This : This condition, known as hematospermia, is common and typically resolves on its own. It is almost always benign, but it can be a symptom of an infection of the prostate, and rarely it can also be associated with prostate cancer. I would advise seeing your primary care doctor or an urologist. ...Read more
A medical problem: If you have blood mixed in with your ejaculate, you need to see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
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