I’ve been having gelatinous clumps in my semen for the past 2 months

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went to the doctor and they ran some blood and urine tests. doctor examined my testes and said they were normal. underwent a scrotal ultrasound and it came back normal. i had traces of blood and protein in my urine. Asked the doctor if it could be a prostate issue and she said no because i wouldnt be having pain in my testes if it was the prostate. thinking of getting a second opinion.

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    Sounds like the doctor was not a urologist. If that's the case, I suggest that you see a urologist.

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    Hey there Red

    That would be a good Idea. Maybe stone you passed or a infection. Who know what it could be in that area. Have you hit yourself lately. Do you take blood thinner for something.

    I did and I had a blood clog that was on my prostate. 3 of them. All I was doing is bleeding at that time.

    Good luck...Ken

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    I have had this even when I was young.

    If you have quick sex / Maturbation - this can happen.

    Long foreplay and cuddling seems to result in a better blend...

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    Hi Redman ,

    interesting , I have similar experience in some periods of my life.

    Surely it has connection to prostate problem .

    Im serious IPP (intravesical protrusion of prostate ) patient for several years.

    Shortly, I'm after PAE procedure with no effect , but with much better results after FLA procedure just one year ago in Houston.

    Anyway pls let me know:

    Do you suffer :

    any prostate problem ?

    prostatitis ?

    infection of urogenital tract ?

    Toxoplasmosis ?

    thank you for your reply. Stan

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