hello, I want to ask again, and still around sexual habits
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The appearance of blood-like spots in the ejaculatory fluid can be a mild condition due to minimal injury to the penis or urethral opening (external urethral meatus). It is possible that this injury was influenced by masturbation or sexual excess. In general, if a complaint like this happens only once, and without heavy bleeding, you probably don't have to worry about a dangerous cause.
However, if the complaint recurs, then you need to be aware. It could be that this indicates an abnormality such as:
Injury to deeper reproductive organs, for example from impact or medical procedures (such as inserting a urinary catheter)
Infection, which can be limited to the skin of the penis, or it can be the urethra, bladder, prostate, epididymis, vas deferens, or seminal vesicles. The cause of this infection can also be related to sexually transmitted infections, for example gonorrhoeae and chlamydia
Urinary tract stones
Cancer, for example in the bladder, testes, or prostate
Blood clotting disorders, for example due to blood cancer or vitamin K deficiency. Usually this will be accompanied by other symptoms of bleeding, such as skin that is prone to irritation, recurrent nosebleeds, and so on.
If you feel worried, you can check yourself directly to a doctor or urological surgeon. Your doctor may do urine tests or ejaculate fluid tests to identify the originator of your complaint. In addition, radiological examinations can also be done, such as X-rays or ultrasound.
In the meantime, you should take better care of the hygiene of your penis and sex organs as a whole. Drink enough and avoid the habit of holding back the urge to urinate. ONLY practice safe and responsible sex, avoid having sex with partners with no clear sexual history, having sex with CSWs, or changing sexual partners.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah