I finally convinced my husband, after 6 months of no interest in sex whatsoever to have sex with me last night. His *** was dark yellow and hard and clumpy enough for me to feel it coming out when I urinated after. I have been itchy and burning since and feel like I have to pee constantly. He swears he has not been with anyone else to contract STD but I can't help but be worried. Could these be symptoms of STD?
I would not worry. Male ejaculate is composed of sperm and a number of fluids generated in the testicles and tubules which transport the sperm to the penis and beyond. Sperm are continuously produced by the testicles and if a person has not ejaculated recently, the contents of the tubules can "coagulate" (clump). Coagulated ejaculate is not a sign of STD.
Regarding your own symptoms, as you know, there are many, many things that could cause such symptoms including a urinary tract infection unrelated to STD. If the symptoms persist you may wish to consult your own health care provider.
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