I had brief unprotected oral, kissing, protected vaginal, I massaged the woman's labia with my thumb, touched her labia for a send with my tongue, and she masturbated me.
Currently my semen is yellow and I may have seen a white discharge that looks like precum from my penis which could actualy be precum coz I was aroused.
I 've read that yellow semen might be gonorrhea. What do u think and how can I be sure.
Normally the semen is somewhat viscous, opalescent and whitish gray in color. However, depending on many factors including frequency of ejaculation, diet, general health, etc., the volume, consistency and color of the semen can vary
thank u for ur replies.
The discharge I think I saw was clear not white or yellow but my semen is yellow while I masturbate and it is 5.5 weeks since my possible exposure (first ever) how can I know if it is STD or not. Thx.
thank u for ur answers. What I get from u do far is that I had a low risk exposure and I can test now for STDs. My last question is: does yellow semen alone indicate gono or it should be associated with other symptoms like penis discharges and others.
Thx in advance.
Like my previous post, it is discharge that is a sign of infection. the color of your semen could be normal for you. BUT we can't tell you that forsure which is why you need to see a doctor.
"Normally the semen is somewhat viscous, opalescent and whitish gray in color. However, depending on many factors including frequency of ejaculation, diet, general health, etc., the volume, consistency and color of the semen can vary "
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