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Recently, I find there's yellowish jelly like substance in my semen. What is that? Is it a medical issue?

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In brief: Not likely

Normal semen can have varying color (white to yellow if mixed with urine) and substance (thin liquid or thicker like jelly).
This is unlikely a concern. However, if persists or changes or you have other symptoms, you should consult with your physician.

In brief: Not likely

Normal semen can have varying color (white to yellow if mixed with urine) and substance (thin liquid or thicker like jelly).
This is unlikely a concern. However, if persists or changes or you have other symptoms, you should consult with your physician.
Dr. Matthew Thom
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In brief: Normal semen

The stringy jelly like substance is sperm.
It mixes with the milky fluid of the seminal vesicles and prostate to form ejaculate. The jelly will liquify in 15min after mixing. All normal.

In brief: Normal semen

The stringy jelly like substance is sperm.
It mixes with the milky fluid of the seminal vesicles and prostate to form ejaculate. The jelly will liquify in 15min after mixing. All normal.
Dr. Michael Louie
Dr. Michael Louie
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