Causes Of Sperm Coming Out During Urination?
hello… i want to ask a question about urine output problem..rni’ve been around for a long time if i wanted to pass urine my sperm would come out a little… well that’s the cause.. and is it dangerous..?
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Sperm are microscopic cells that are not easily visible to the naked eye. The fluid that comes out when a man ejaculates is called ejaculatory fluid, it contains not only sperm cells, but also semen.
At the time of ejaculation, normally the muscles in the neck of the bladder will tighten to prevent the entry of ejaculated fluid into the bladder. However, some people can experience disturbances in the function of this muscle, causing the ejaculated fluid to return to the bladder. If this ejaculate mixed with urine comes out during urination, then this can show complaints as you are experiencing. In the medical world, this condition is known as retrograde ejaculation. This condition can be triggered by various factors, including a history of surgery in the pelvic area, side effects of drugs, or also neurological disorders around the pelvis (eg due to diabetes, Parkinson's disease, spinal cord injury).
In addition, it should also be clarified, is it ejaculate fluid that comes out when you urinate? Or, is the fluid more like pus?
Ejaculatory fluid which is generally white in color is often mistaken for pus. However, you can tell the difference between these two conditions by observing their color and smell. Pus will generally have a slightly yellowish or even greenish color. In addition, the pus will also emit an unpleasant odor, in contrast to the typical acacia flower aroma found in ejaculate fluid. If what comes out with your urine is more like pus, then this condition may indicate a sexually transmitted infection, namely gonorrhea (gonorrhea). This infection is caused by a bacterium called Neisseria gonorrhoeae. These bacteria are transmitted through risky sexual activities, such as having sex with people whose sexual history is not clear, having multiple sexual partners, and not using condoms.
To clarify, you should directly check your complaint to the doctor. In addition to the physical examination, the doctor may also recommend that you undergo further examinations, such as urine tests, ultrasound, and so on. Depending on the diagnosis made later, treatment can be done through the administration of drugs or other therapeutic modalities.
In the meantime, you should first do the following tips:
Keep the intimate organs clean properly Avoid risky sex Do Kegel exercises regularly, but don't do this exercise to stop urination Avoid masturbation Avoid indiscriminate consumption of drugs Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah