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Do You feel that since I had a spermatocele drained from tube leading to the testicles that is why I experienced blood in my semen after sex??? It has only happened once and the couple of times that i ejaculated days after...

Why would someone see blood in their semen? There is no connection to any blood ways in the testicles and there was no blood in my urine.

Please help me out, thank you so much.


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replied April 2nd, 2009
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According to the data you provided, you might be experiencing genital infection. The blood might originate from the testicles or from the prostate. Depending on the organ that is affected, you might have orchitis or prostatitis.
You might want to visit your doctor for sperm culture that would tell the exact bacterial cause and the most effective treatment.
However, if the blood appeared only shortly after the spermatocele was removed, then it might have appeared because the tissue was not healed completely.


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