I have this painful (and disgusting) condition, please help

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Hi all,

I'm a 50 year old, and there's a problem with my sperm (check the pictures please) no one can help me to find out how to resolve this problem that I have for years, a doctor told me once to take Lysomucil 2/day but it has had a very poor improve.

It seems that the problem comes from my seminal glands according to the shape and size of the debris (1/5 inch...), it's very painfull to ejaculate this as you imagine, don't know what to do, thank you for any help.

p.-s. I'm looking for personal experience similar to mine, so please don't tell me to go to the doctor, it was done several time and it was useless till now.


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    I had the same thing and all the dr I seen had NO clue 
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    Has a specimen been sent to a Lab for Analysis?

    This looks like Uric Acid or Calcium is part of this specimen.

    Have you ever had a Kidney Stone or Stones that were analyzed and determined to be caused by High Uric Acid or Calcium?

    Simple: Same as Follow Up after Vasectomy. Urologist gives you Specimen Cup and you Return to him or lab.

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      Thanks Ernie, I went with somes similar pictures to different urologists that said that "it happened" without explanation, but no one gave me a specimen cup for analysis, it seems that they only do this kind of test when yout can't have babies...

      The size of the yellow stuff is usually like the little ones in the picture (I try to ejaculate 2-3 times a week)

      I had a kidney stone about 25y, it was oxalic acid.

      I'll ask and insist to make a lab test, don't know if the lumps will disolve with the liquid of the sperm before the lab test, may happen.

      Thanks anyway


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