No blood is found in the urine, and a physical examination does not find any other problems. We're somewhere between normal and kinky in regards to preferences. Primary haematospermia is when blood in the semen is the only symptom. According to the common causes of blood in the semen - known as haematospermia - could in rare cases indicate severe high blood pressure, a blood clotting disorder or certain cancers. It affects at least half of all men at some time in their lives.
It can be sticky and gloppy like old glue, creamy and thick or super stretchy and clear like egg-white, or nowhere to be seen depending on your body and where you are in your reproductive cycle.
Blood in semen
The male reproductive system is made up of the testes, a system of ducts tubes and other glands that open into the ducts. The cancer may be in the prostate, seminal vesicles, or urethra. For most men it is painless and is noticed after ejaculation. Antibiotic treatment over a longer period of time is best for this type. What I'm attempting to ask, as my Google searches have yielded a range of results, is my white fluid ejaculate like the little clear fluid I have dribbled out? More recently, I have been experiencing pain during and after ejaculation in my penis, pelvis, and scrotum. Do you want us to diagnose your condition?