Why Is The Color Of My Sperm Not Going Normal?
Hello, doc, I am having heart problems, because after I monitored it turns out that since I was in grade 3, I have not seen normal sperm color? I try to be calm but if it’s like this for a long time, doc?
Originally posted 2020-04-14 08:13:25.
Hello Nauval, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The liquid released during ejaculation is medically known as a liquid semen consisting of various components such as vitamins, minerals, hormones, enzymes and sperm cells where these various components also play a role in giving color to the released semen.
Normally, the color of cement which is said to be a 'normal' color is liquid cement which is colorless, white or gray. Beyond this color, it can be said that the color of the liquid semen is not normal.
The cause of the abnormal color is very dependent on the resulting color such as:
Yellowish color - can be caused by food factors, the presence of urine in the semen, inflammation of the prostate, jaundice
Greenish color - can be caused by food or inflammation of the prostate
Reddish / pink color - can be caused by high blood pressure, postoperative urinary tract / prostate, prostate inflammation, prostate cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, or excessive masturbation
Brownish color - can be caused by ingestion of metals, sexually transmitted diseases, post-operative / urinary tract operations, injury to the spinal nerves
Black color - caused by food factors
If you feel the color of your semen is not included in the normal category, then you should check the complaint further with a urology specialist for further evaluation and:
Pay attention to the type of food you consume, avoid consuming foods that are strikingly colored or high in artificial dyes
Maintain the cleanliness of your pubic area
Avoid over-masturbating or abusive
Avoid sexual intercourse that risks making you contract sexually transmitted diseases
I hope this helps.