Semen - sometimes called male ejaculate - is is a combination of seminal fluid and sperm. It is ejaculated - or shot out - through the urethra, which travels through the penis, during an orgasm. According to the NHS, there is usually about 5ml of liquid, but there may be more, particularly if a man hasn't ejaculated for some time. In healthy men it should be clear to whitish grey.
Generally speaking, black specks in anything, whether that be stools, vomit or semen signifies that there could be bleeding somewhere along. However, last night we used a condom and I was throwing the condom away and noticed black specks in his sperm. Has this happened to any.
Yeah I haven't heard of it before, I was just hoping it was something that wasn't as uncommon as I thought haha.. I'm not trying to be insulting, but maybe you need to clean it a bit better. Doesn't it seem like it would be like dirt or something?
Blood in Semen Medical Despatch
I cannot get a diagnosis. However stomach problems, joint pain, erectil problems and blood in the penis can be a sign of STD possibly get yourself tested even if it has been a while since you had sex or you know your partner. Even if it isnt thast i think it is something you need to be seen about. Furthermore everytime i ejaculate i always get this Fluffy Hairy bits of fluff present in my semen which i never ever used to get before i got this Chronic Prostatitis problem. If that was the case then how come i never ever experience this before i got CP.