About 3 weeks ago I noticed that my semen was kind of an orangish color which really had me worried. I abstained from all sexual activity and now have had a closer look. My semen is white and clear with brownish lumps in it. It resembles seeds when you cut open a tomato. I looked online and now I have determined that I must have prostate cancer. I'm not a hypo, but my legs have swelled during the day and my pelvis gets stiff if I sit some a period of time and takes a while to stretch out.
Thank you for your reply. I know I have anticipated the worst case, but my insurance will not go into effect until July 1. I have been here at work all year and they have a 6 month waiting period. Fair enough. I'm resonably healthy and have lost 100 lbs in the last year and a half. I eat as healthy as a can and I am religious about getting to the gym everyday. If this is serious I would like to go to the Dr. and just pay cash for the visit, but I don't want my insurance to finally kick in and be declined because of a previous existing condition. I'm afraid if I wait, it will get worse and if I go in, I'll queer my insurance.
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