Did you ever find out anything about this? I'm having a similar problem. It doesn't happen to me often, but every now and then I get a pain in the base of my penis and orange "bits" pass out with the semen. I don't hurt during urination and like I said, it doesn't happen often. It just started recently... I'm pretty concerned.
i have justfound the same thing more or less. i'm exptremely worried, i haven't had sex, im 17, but very recently i found one or 2 1mm small jelly like orange bits in my pre *** or seimen as it were and didnt think much of it thinking it was off something else. today i just found quite a few more in the PRECUM, not when dry usually, and now i'm very worried indeed and wondered if anybody knew anything about it. if knowbody knows very soon i shall go to the doctor and let others know who seem to have the same thing as it could be serious. however, it doesnt hurt at all and i don't feel any different, i have checked for testicular cancer and everything is fine, these orange bits are completely random.
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