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Blood in semen during ejaculation

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During ejaculation i found complexion of blood in my semen's.I notices it during long intercourse i mean when i try to control my semen's secretion to prolong my sexual intercourse this thing happen,in short period intercourse there is no such blood mixes semen's.there is no such pain during and after intercourse.
what will be the cause and treatment for it?


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replied November 13th, 2008
Sexual Health - Men Answer A4869
You wrote:” Current medical status: During ejaculation i found complexion of blood in my semen's.I notices it during long intercourse i mean when i try to control my semen's secretion to prolong my sexual intercourse this thing happen,in short period intercourse there is no such blood mixes semen's.there is no such pain during and after intercourse."


According to the major symptom you describe (blood in the semen), you might be experiencing hematospermia due to minor trauma or irritation to the testicles or prostate. Given the fact that the symptoms occured only after prolonged intercourse, this might be the most probable cause. However, several other causes should be excluded first: urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted diseases, and even cancer of the testicles, prostate or bladder. You might want to visit your doctor or a urologist for an examination, urinary and semen laboratory tests.


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