About 8 months ago I had a CT Scan for a pain in my side and they found nothing. They decided to also scan my pelvic area and found nothing. Well, since that time, off and on, I have experienced a very low amount of watery, globular semen when I ejaculate. It is rather uncomfortable at times since it feels like tiny pebbles scraping the inside of my penis. I can still become aroused as normal with my wife and lately I no longer have the milky white sticky semen I used to, just this watery globular stuff. I first noticed it, because of the discomfort, later the same day after I had that CT Scan. I figured it was the scan and didn't do anything about it and sometimes it was normal as usual, but like I said, lately, like this last two weeks or so, it's all been that watery globular stuff (which is a translucent off-white in color). Any help would be appreciated.
One option that you can do would be a semen analysis to ensure that there is no obvious disease that is affecting the semen.
The standard semen analysis consists of the following:
- Measurement of semen volume and pH
- Microscopy for debris and agglutination
- Assessment of sperm concentration, motility, and morphology
- Sperm leukocyte count
- Search for immature germ cells.
I would also suggest a urinalysis and prostate exam to evaluate for any infectious etiology. These tests can be discussed with your urologist.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
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