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    semen color
    babloo posted:
    last few days i noticed that the color of my semen turned yellowish from white. is it a serious problem
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    An_249822 responded:
    plz reply me i am very worried
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    please reply me i am waiting 4 ur answer
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    verify my account now plz reply
    counterso responded:
    No. Your semen changes color, texture, odor, volume, and other characteristics for no reason throughout your lifetime and sometimes just for brief periods. The only color you have to worry about is red. There are about a dozen factors that contribute to these characteristics, and none of them are controllable. There's nothing wrong with you.

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