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I’ll suggest you to consult a urologist for the same and rule out the possibility of an infection/inflammation of the epididymis. Once it’s ruled out, then I don’t think there’ll be much to worry. Epididymitis can produce this adverse effect. Normally, semen doesn’t have a smell whereas sometimes it has slight fishy odor which is also normal. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
I have got bad smell from my seamen. Smell is stale seamen type and is always there even after shower. It stops me going places because it smells so bad. I been for s.t.i checks all them and clear. Had some auntybotics for bacteria in penis and still got smell . Going for prostate check this week. Any one got ideal what it might be. Many thanks
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