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NSFW- Gentlemen, have you at any point ever noticed your sperm(after ejaculation)being a bit pinkish/brown?

Asked by ZEPHYRA (15008 points ) October 3rd, 2013

Was it some kind of infection or another cause and did you have it seen to immediately or let it pass on its own?

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rockfan's avatar

Not at all. And if I did, I would make an appointment to see a doctor right away, just to be safe.

Espiritus_Corvus's avatar

Blood in your urinary tract. Pink is fresh, brown is older. Not good.

Coloma's avatar

Yes, see a urologist stat!

ETpro's avatar

Hasn’t happened here, but all the notes on blood in the urinary tract are spot on. I’d be off to see the doc if it did. There may be some dietary regimen, like eating paint, that could cause this. That, I do not know. But I’d want my urologist to rule out the far more likely cause of bleeding in the urinary tract.

rojo's avatar

No, nor yet.

FutureMemory's avatar

Nope. Slightly yellowish if I’m severely backed up, but never brown.

LuckyGuy's avatar

After my biopsy the colors ranged from scary red to spawn-of-the-devil black. That was to be expected.
Get it checked out. You could have an infection.

mrentropy's avatar

I would have it checked, but it could also be that if you were vigorous that you broke a blood vessel. That isn’t quite as horrible as it sounds, although it could result in red or pink sperm, urine, and peeing out clotted blood.

Katniss's avatar

That doesn’t sound good at all!
I’d go see a doctor ASAP.

DominicX's avatar

No, I haven’t; that would definitely alarm me and I’d probably go see a doctor. I’ve seen yellowish before, but never brownish/reddish.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

This happened to a embassy worker at a foreign office after a wild night with a local woman. He runs to the embassy doctor in panic. The doctor takes one look and says we have to amputate that immediately. The worker flees in panic and runs to a local doctor for a second opinion. The local doctor shakes his head in exasperation and says no need to amputate. The worker thanks him profusely. The doctor says American doctors always want to operate on things. No need for that, in two or three weeks it’ll shrivel up and fall off.

CWOTUS's avatar

Not to add to the advice already presented here, but if you start the discussion with a physician, you should note that you’re talking about “semen”, not “sperm”. Semen is the total discharge, which includes the little swimmers, the sperm, which you can’t see without great magnification.

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