The description of the history does not give a complete information. But a attempt to provide a general information is made here.
Semen is usually a cloudy white or grey fluid. Following ejaculation, semen may thicken to a jelly-like consistency. Within 30 minutes, it typically becomes runny and clear.
Normal semen usually had a slight chlorine like smell associated with it.
Presence of a strong fishy or foul smell in the semen is a sign of infection. In such cases, it is advised to consult a doctor who can examine you and do a semen analysis. Prompt treatment with antibiotics may help in treating the condition.
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