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Yellowish semen is usually an indication of infection and needs a few tests to check what type of infection is present so that the correct treatment can be started. This will include a urinalysis and an examination of your semen and may include a few blood tests.
As most of the infections that demonstrate change in semen are sexually transmitted infections, your doctor would also insist that you be checked for STDs.
Antibiotic treatment depends on the type of infective organism and even the length of the treatment changes with this. Usually, ciprofloxacin or doxycycline may be used.
You will need to ensure that you keep your fluid intake over 2000 ml, avoid irritants like caffeine and alcohol, and avoid unprotected sex.
Do keep us posted on any further doubts in this regard.
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