I am a 42yo male with a family history of prostate cancer. My doctor recommended a PSA test which came back at a value of 4 which was considered high for my age. Subsequent tests showed an elevation now at 8. I have had 2 biopsys that were normal.
Sang dans le sperme : causes et conséquences
Sang dans le sperme ou hémospermie - Symptômes, causes et traitements
Posted 4 years ago , 6 users are following. I was in the hospital about half a year ago with probably acute prostatitis never got a definitive diagnosis and ever since, my ejaculate has been yellow-tinted and more viscious than before. Instead of white liquid that shoots out it's this yellowish glop that "falls" more from my penis than it shoots. Doctors have shrugged it off so far, first arguing that it's probably just a liquid imbalance due to the fever and antibiotics. A urologist bothered to check it and did find all sorts of things in there. Big concentration of bacteria among other things.
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Question My wife and I tried the prostate massage and since then I have been having blood in my semen is this normal or should I be worried Answer Hello dear Sir, Although blood in semen hematospermia may be really frightening, the causes of this condition are usually benign. Semen passes through a series of tubes from prostate where it is created to urethra where it ejaculates. Damage in any of the blood vessels along this route can cause bloody semen. There are numerous causes that can lead to the damage of the blood vessels along this path, but, in most of the cases, no cause can be found for this condition.
Posted 4 years ago , 9 users are following. My husband is 46 and has had blood in his semen a numbe of times. He's due to go back to the GP for his results. I'm planning on going with him but would appreciate any pointers really, as to what questions we should definately ask. I've read that the PSA results aren't always a reliable indicator so, are there any other investigations we should press for?