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Discolored semen. No pain. Is this normal?

i have noticed that my ejaculant is a bit on the light amber side versus white like it used to be. As far as I know I don t have any prostate or urinary tract probelms. I urinate regularly and it is normal color (clear to light yellow). I m 63 years old, is this something that is normal as men age? I have no pain in that area and still enjoy great orgasms.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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normal semen colour ranges from clear to slight yellow in colour..
If it is yellow it indicates presence of infection..
If it is pinkish to reddish it indicates presence of blood in the semen..
If you are worrying about the amber coloured semen..,Then go for semen analysis report.
Presence of pus cells and more ph that is alkaline indicates presence of infection.
If any abnormality is there in the report consult physician for solution
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Answered: Sat, 15 Jun 2013
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