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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hi i have RBC in my sperm. what could it indicate?
Doctor :   Hi
User :   rbc 1-2/hpf
Doctor :   May I know if it was in Sperm or Semen ?
User :   spermogram
Doctor :   Ok
User :   doctor said it is a small infection and wants to retest.
Doctor :   It would indicate some amount of Blood - very slight or an UTI .
User :   all other results seem ok
User :   pus cells2-3 hpf
Doctor :   Yes, a Urine culture would be better.
Doctor :   Rather than Spermatogram again.
User :   could it be a sign of std or HIV?
Doctor :   STD, I would say a possibility , but not a sign of HIV.
User :   so could be herpes and what else?
Doctor :   But UTI's are very common and seen in day to day cases
User :   so no worries and this happens a lot?
Doctor :   Herpes presents itself very often in the form of recurrent non-healing sores.
Doctor :   I would say only rbc is not confirmatory or diagnostic of herpes .
User :   don't have that but i don't know how i got 2 "kind of small rashes" near the hair line for past 2 days
User :   it is already healing????
Doctor :   Ok, Where exactly ?
User :   to right side of the face
User :   french so don't knw the name exactly
Doctor :   You are absolutely fine, herpes doesnt show up on rt.side of face.
User :   my wife has lots of UTI and "cistites"
Doctor :   So not to worry at all.
User :   could it be her giving me those abnormal RBC in sperm?
Doctor :   Yeah that is a possibility very much.
User :   so drink cramberry and don't worry, that is it?
Doctor :   A few steps : User :   those rashes + RBC in sperm scared me...
Doctor :   1. Drink lot of fluids
Doctor :   2. Drink juices
Doctor :   3. have lots of fruits & fresh veggies .
User :   and i had unprotected felacio in Thailand before my wedding...
Doctor :   How long ago was it ?
User :   9 months ;(
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Have you screened yourself for HIV ?
User :   before yes, 2 years ago
Doctor :   I suggest you to do one after you had an oral sexual interccourse , that is after your thailand trip.
User :   ok, but that could not be the reaon for the rbc1-2 in sperm? or could it?
Doctor :   No, that can be due to any simple UTI.
User :   ok then i will do a full check up!
User :   what are the first symptoms of HIV?
Doctor :   1. loss of apetite, opportunistic infections , throat infections, weight loss, fever, frequent diarrhoeas.
Doctor :   Candidiasis or Oral thrush & URT & Pneumonias.
User :   URT?
Doctor :   It can present in any of these forms when immunity is lowered.
Doctor :   Upper respiratory infections.
User :   don't have that but today (living in India) my wife and I have small fever (38.2) and diarrheas
User :   i have always had lots of those as I travel a lot and did colonoscopy and all the test (including HIV) without finding anything. Also stressfull job
Doctor :   Ok, It could be just due to any spicy diet as is common in India or any tropical fever.
Doctor :   Ok.
User :   Inshallah as they say...!
Doctor :   Yes you are right.
User :   so one last time, "no worries" drink juices and do a full check up soon
User :   right?
Doctor :   Yes, you are right. No worries , Drinklot of fruit juices, water, veggies, aavoid spicy diet and mosquitoes and you will be fine in India.
User :   pls don't send soft copy of this conversation to my email...thank you so much and have a wonderfull day
User :   are you there too???
Doctor :   Thank you for consulting me. No we would not send it to your mail id, it is very confidential whatever you speak to your doctor here .
Doctor :   Yes I am in India too.
Take care.Bye for now.
User :   Daniavad and Namaste!
Doctor :   Namaste & Adieos.
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