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    An_249833 posted:
    past few days i noticed my semen color change yellowish from white. is it any serious problem
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    ontbear responded:
    An_249833 This is "normal" can be lighter -- darker. But, to doctor is you see blood in semen. ontbear
     
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    Eugenio311 responded:
    Semen color can change according to how well-hydrated your body is, and how frequently you've been ejaculating, etc. There are actually fluids that come together from 2 or 3 different sources that make up what we call "semen" They are not all the same exact color, and any given ejaculation can have different proportions of fluid from prostate, seminal vesicles, vas defrens.


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