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How Can Brownish-yellow Spots In My Ejaculate Be Diagnosed And Treated?

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Posted on Mon, 9 May 2022
Question: I have brownish-yellow spots in my ejaculate, should I be worried?
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Answered by Dr. Dr.Arnab (24 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
It depends on several factors, please see the detailed answer below.

Detailed Answer:

Hello,

Well, it can be seen after a brief period of abstinence and is a part of normal physiological phenomena. In that case, as things get regularize, it tends to come back to its usual color. If that's the case, then there's nothing to be worried about.

Sometimes, excessive tobacco, alcohol, caffeine consumption (if at all do), in turn, can cause such discoloration. Dehydration itself is another cause, so if you feel any of these above, just act accordingly and it should be rectified within a matter of time only. Drink plenty of water, and observe for the time being.

Even high sulfur containing foods like too much garlic, chives, onion consumption can also give rise to this.

However, if there are no associated symptoms (like any cloudy urine, any burning/discomfort during ejaculation/urination, fever, urethral discharge) then there's no need to be worried.

Let me know if I can assist you further. Take Care.
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How Can Brownish-yellow Spots In My Ejaculate Be Diagnosed And Treated?

Brief Answer: It depends on several factors, please see the detailed answer below. Detailed Answer: Hello, Well, it can be seen after a brief period of abstinence and is a part of normal physiological phenomena. In that case, as things get regularize, it tends to come back to its usual color. If that's the case, then there's nothing to be worried about. Sometimes, excessive tobacco, alcohol, caffeine consumption (if at all do), in turn, can cause such discoloration. Dehydration itself is another cause, so if you feel any of these above, just act accordingly and it should be rectified within a matter of time only. Drink plenty of water, and observe for the time being. Even high sulfur containing foods like too much garlic, chives, onion consumption can also give rise to this. However, if there are no associated symptoms (like any cloudy urine, any burning/discomfort during ejaculation/urination, fever, urethral discharge) then there's no need to be worried. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take Care. Regards