blood in sperm..

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about 4 weeks ago i had unprotected sex with a girl i knew. that week i got a slight rash on my penis which was itchy. that has come and gone over the past few weeks. about 2/3 weeks after that i had blood in my semen. and now i cant maintain an erection and have very low sex drive for a 24 year old male.

there is also a mild discomfort in my left ball but no redness looks normal down there 

i thought nothing of this as i thought i might have been ok

but since it is christmas i have been unable to get to a clinic to get it checked.

looking for advise for peace of mind until i can get threw the weekend and have it checked asap.


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    I would call the doctor and ask their nurse and see what they say. I can't think of it being any form of std but I could very much be wrong. It could also be something else going on that you might want to get checked asap. Good luck!
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    Here's what NHS says

    "It's unusual to find blood in your semen when you ejaculate, but try not worry – it is usually only temporary and the cause is rarely anything sinister.

    The semen may be blood stained, brownish-red in colour or have a pink tinge – but in any case, you should see your GP for a full investigation.

    In many cases, no obvious cause can be found for blood in the semen, in which case it may be the result of a forgotten or unnoticed injury to the genitals, such as a trouser-zip accident.

    ... you should not use it to diagnose yourself with a condition – always see your GP for a proper diagnosis.

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