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While my girlfriend giving me blow job, she noticed that

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while my girlfriend giving me blow job, she noticed that there was a blood in my seemans, is it normarl. y did this happen. what is the precatuion.
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  911Doctor replied 4 years ago.
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This is usually nothing to worry about if it is an isolated incident.

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this is called 'hematospermia'.

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When to see a doctor


If you're under age 40 and see blood in semen, you probably don't need to see the doctor as long as:



  • You have no other symptoms

  • You've had a recent prostate exam or vasectomy, which could explain short-term bleeding

  • There isn't a lot of blood in the semen and it happens infrequently, then goes away

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while my girlfriend giving me blow job, she noticed that there was a blood in my seemans, is it normarl. y did this happen. what is the precatuion.

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This is usually nothing to worry about if it is an isolated incident.






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this is called 'hematospermia'.







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When to see a doctor


If you're under age 40 and see blood in semen, you probably don't need to see the doctor as long as:



  • You have no other symptoms

  • You've had a recent prostate exam or vasectomy, which could explain short-term bleeding

  • There isn't a lot of blood in the semen and it happens infrequently, then goes away





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The answer is that at your age and without other symptoms

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Expert:  911Doctor replied 4 years ago.
911Doctor says: 5:22 PM

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This is usually nothing to worry about if it is an isolated incident.

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this is called 'hematospermia'.

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When to see a doctor

If you're under age 40 and see blood in semen, you probably don't need to see the doctor as long as:

  • You have no other symptoms
  • You've had a recent prostate exam or vasectomy, which could explain short-term bleeding
  • There isn't a lot of blood in the semen and it happens infrequently, then goes away

In summary, nothing to worry about if it is rare or infrequent. Any pain on urination or discharge from the penis should prompt a visit to the doctor.

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Expert:  911Doctor replied 4 years ago.
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Expert:  Chris C. replied 4 years ago.
Blood in the semen is usually caused by inflammation of the seminal vesicles. It may also be caused by blockage, infection, or injury. It may be a sign of disease or a problem in the urethra, testicles, epididymis, or prostate. Often, the cause cannot be found. You can treat minor injuries by resting, applying ice, and monitoring your symptoms. For major injuries you may need surgery. Infections can often be treated with antibiotics taken by mouth (or IV if symptoms are severe). Blockages of the urinary tract system are usually treated with surgery. Test will be required to identify the exact cause including a physical exam, urinalysis, urine culture, semen culture, PSA blood test, prostate exam, and ultrasound of the pelvis and scrotum.
Expert:  Chris C. replied 4 years ago.
Were you able to read my reply?