Iam mr.Teeo a 29yrs single man,not yet. Married. I do have infection from secondary school since 2008 n have been treating it but not yielding any positive result.in 2013 after I had a foreplay with my spouse I released bloody semem, in 2019 again it repeated and this year 2020 it has been concurrently happening each time I have a foreplay.yesterday released was very thick n full of lumps and jelly like that I had to force myself to expel it out of the urethra.pls what could be the challenge and how can I handle it permanently.i have done scanning 2wice and nothing seen to be wrong with the prostrate, bladder and kidney.please someone should help me.during normal sex n masturbation I release semen but in foreplay when I feel like releasing and I pause to go and urinate outside I see blood.meaning I release bloody semen instead of sperm.pls quick response.am worried house
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All I can suggest is that you get yourself referred to an urologist. You appear to need further specialist investigations.
Thanks sir will do that.but have gone on several treatment on this.but once involved in foreplay it Happens.sex n masturbation it wont.i was taking doxycycline n Prednisone with vit c n I had foreplay n it stop.i finished with the dosage n to try it out yesterday n it was a more serious one.thicker and larger in quantity than before.my dear am worried and doctors here now ain't working due to the covid problem
To have had an infection for 12 years is not good. You need to get it dealt with. Lon-standing infections can cause problems apart from the original infection - such as internal scarring
Thanks for your concern sir.i will start looking for a good urologist.doctors claim to be able to n they keep making me spend money anyhow n no good result.u can recommend any one you Know for me pls.am in North Central Nigeria
Agree with Osidge you need a professional opinion. Blood in Semen is never a good thing.
If the problem is blood on ejaculation - haematospermia - this is not necessarily due to an infection. If you have had a scan and cystoscopy, as well as STI screening , then it is probably benign ( not serious ) In Nigeria blood in urine can be caused by schistosoma , its even possibly to have TB in the renal tract. but blood on ejaculation only most likely benign. As Osidge said, a urologist should do an assessment.