Blood is occasionally mixed with semen
Q: I’m a single man in his 30s. Four weeks ago, semen came out in light brown, so I visited a nearby urologist for treatment. At that time, we had prostate ultrasound, prostate fluid, urine tests.
There’s no particular problem, they say it’s simple hemolytic, with a slight calcification in the prostate.
For the next two weeks, prescription drugs (e.g., terazosin tablets of copper hydrochloride, spantol tablets, Doransamine capsules, etc.) were taken, but the semen color did not return to normal.
I told you during the treatment because of minor discomfort around the testicles and the lower abdomen, and they changed some of the medicine. I changed it to Dexiprojeong instead of Doransamine Capsule.
Taking the changed medicine for a week again definitely resolved the symptoms of brown semen, but yellow semen.
The semen color was originally light yellow, but it came out darker.
A few days ago, I felt like my testicles were being pulled while running. After that, I felt a slight pain when I pressed the inside of the right testicle. Even if I tell you these symptoms when I visit the urologist, they only prescribe the same medicine. If the symptoms do not improve continuously, I will move to a hospital.
A: If the semen occasionally blends in, it is diagnosed as an inflamed speritoneal cystitis.This is because blood semen rarely comes out when you have prostateitis.
Hemolyticemia occurs when you catch a cold or your body is tired. It’s not a disease caused by special causes. Usually, it is treated naturally within 2 months.
If you consider it a major illness and keep paying attention, the autonomous nerves that control the testicles or prostate contract due to an obstruction in the autonomous nerves. This can lead to multiple symptoms. Then antibiotic therapy is useless 비아그라판매
You don’t need to examine it, but it will be helpful to take a warm bath.