I have a son who is a teenager, and is also a quadriplegic and in a wheelchair. I am the sole caregiver for him. We have, you can imagine, a very open relationship about the changes in his body. There are (unfortunately - sometimes) no secrets.
As I'm not a male, I've no idea what's normal as far as the developing male body's semen. We've noticed in the last few days that he has wet spots in his underwear and there is a stronger smell. I believe (the shorts are gray) that there is some color to the spot, too... possibly a lighter yellow/orange.
I've searched the web and have seen there could be color or odor due to his straining/constipation and blood being in his ejaculate. Is that true? Or is this a normal part of him growing up? The smell bothers him -almost- as much as myself.
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