Blood in the semen is a condition known as hemospermia, and while it is unsettling, it is rarely, if ever, serious.
Causes of Hemospermia
Blood in the semen is relatively common but virtually never important. The blood itself is believed to come either from congested seminal vesicles or from the prostate and possibly as a consequence of infrequent sex. The blood is commonly bright red and can occur more than once. Usually, no cause is identified.
Treatments of Hemospermia
Typically, the patient is without symptoms other than the hemospermia. Routinely the urinalysis, urine culture, prostate exam and PSA will be within normal limits and no other testing is required.
Hemospermia does not present any health risks and the condition resolves commonly without needing treatment.
The good news is that there is no obvious link between hemospermia and prostate cancer.
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