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Thick discharge floats in urine, sperms in urine, frets, R/E test of urine shows pus cells 0-1, is it because of ejaculation?. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   fine sir thanks for concern
User :   sir actually i discussed with u that sperm in urine incident
Doctor :   yes, I do remember
User :   sir this incident has happened again 2 times in 10 days...Is it something related to any disease
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User :   hello
Doctor :   I understand your concern
Doctor :   Can you tell me more about the problem?
Doctor :   I am sorry But please do brief me about the present problem
Doctor :   Yes, I do remember it now
User :   well it has happened twice in 10 days sprem comming out with urine.Thick discharge which floats on urinal.
Doctor :   Be reassured You will be fine
User :   that is all..But looking at that has scared me.
Doctor :   Pus cells of 0 to 1 is normal in males
Doctor :   Do not worry about that
User :   I did my R/E urine test say 20 days back everything normal except pus cells 0-1
Doctor :   No you need not worry, please feel relaxed
User :   sir is it any infection or disease i am very much worried.Not able to sleep well
Doctor :   You need to have atleast minimum of 8 pus cells to have an urine infection
User :   Sir is it normal to have sperm in urine if it persists.
User :   sir may i kindly know why it happens..
Doctor :   Do you see frank sperms in your urine or do you see the semen or do you see a thick discharge in your urine?
User :   sir i told u that 5-6 months back i had protein loss and spermatozoa in urine for 1 week after that ok...Pus cells 1-2
Doctor :   Yes, I do remember that?
Doctor :   If you do not mind, please answer the specific questions
Doctor :   ok
User :   well it is sperm like which comes out cloudy like and floats on urine.Discharge i dont know how it looks
User :   It is like a cloudy type thick and floats on urinal.
User :   transparent u can say
Doctor :   You have just got your urine test done 20 days back ,right?
Doctor :   And it says pus cells 0 to 1, right?
User :   yes sir..
Doctor :   ok, please go ahead
User :   i can tell u something which u can relate with the incident
User :   right sir
User :   and no other observation
Doctor :   Do you want to say something to me?
User :   well you can say it happened i watched prone (sorry for words) and was excited both incidents but did ejuclate.Can it be because of that
Doctor :   No, It is quiet normal
Doctor :   Actually I do not think there is anything wrong in your urine
Doctor :   It is normal to have cloudy urine at times
User :   urine was fine but sperm is worring me sir.
Doctor :   It is normal sometimes to find sperms in the urine, please do not worry
Doctor :   Yes surely I will help you
User :   do u recommend any medicine..But i read on internet pelvic exercise will help
User :   i have started doing that
Doctor :   ok sure
User :   sir pls wait while i recharge
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