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Blood in sperm during ejaculation - serious?

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The other day i noticed spots of blood mixed with my sperm during ejaculation, the next day it did the same thing with about the same a mixture, not alot of blood, but it was noticable. I don't have medical ins. yet it doesn't kick in for another month, is this something i can hold off on for that long? and any ideas on what is causing it?


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replied December 3rd, 2007
Sexual Health - Men Answer A3385
Blood in the sperm can originate from an infection or tumor in the genital/urinary tract. Both sperm and urine should be examined to find out the precise origin of the bleeding. You SHOULD consult some urologist as soon as possible because blood in the sperm could be a sign of a very serious condition!


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