OMG!!! i came BLOOD

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    Feb 17, 2011 6:13 PM GMT
    i'm freaking out
    i masturbated yesterday & i came blood & i was shocked icon_eek.gif
    & i mean like real blood (red) & big amount of it
    soo i masturbated the next day just to be sure if it's gonna happen again & IT DID. icon_question.gif?icon_question.gif?
    i googled it & some said (if is it right) that your sperm got mixed up with your bladder or sth like that & what freaked me out more is that they said it could be cancer icon_neutral.gif
    they said it could be STD too, but that sth disqualified (coz i'm a virgin icon_biggrin.gif)
    i wanted ur opinion guys before heading to the doc
    thx in adv
  • xebec75

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    Feb 17, 2011 8:12 PM GMT
    Run don't walk to the doctor.
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    Feb 17, 2011 10:14 PM GMT
    stop beating your meat daily...
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    Feb 18, 2011 1:37 AM GMT
    Mmm how many times a day you j/o maybe that's it
    But it would be nice if you go to the doctor he can help more than us
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    Feb 18, 2011 1:40 AM GMT
    wow..lol
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    Feb 18, 2011 1:41 AM GMT
    You should...probably go to the doctor, not post this on a forum lol. but thats just my opinion
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    Feb 18, 2011 1:42 AM GMT
    Are you sounding by chance? lol icon_confused.gif

    If you are, lighten up on it.... if you're not, and a kung fu grip is already ruled out, get to a doctor immediately. Hell, go to the doctor anyways... If you've torn something its probably gonna require surgery. But it has to be done.

    Doctor.... STAT!
  • rebelbeard

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    Feb 18, 2011 1:44 AM GMT
    Just go to the doctor. That is it. Posting it on realjock isnt going to do anything.
  • MuscleComeBac...

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    Feb 18, 2011 1:48 AM GMT
    Okay, relax. First of all, you do need to see your doctor and have an exam. There are LOTS of reasons for blood in your semen, including a burst blood vessel that you re-ruptured when you masturbated the second time in this sequence of events. It DOES happen. So don't panic, but don't postpone a visit.

    I understand that it's disturbing, but not reason to jump to conclusions without an exam. So first, calm down. Be sure to tell him/her everything, and be prepared for a prostate exam.

    Blood can be present for lots of benign reasons, as well.

    I had two prostate biopsies (20 samples each) over the past year because I have unusually high PSA (which it turns out is just BPH, so we monitor it.) And after those, for an entire month, there was copious amounts of blood in my semen and my pre-cum (hello five weeks of nothing but dark underwear and dark pants!). So, I was not a good date for anyone other than Bill Compton.

    See your doctor, take note of your diet and any other symptoms, (e.g. pain in urination, pain when masturbating, pain in ejaculation, difficulty when urinating, frequent urination, any other localized pain in your groin, etc.) and know that it is very likely that you can be treated and will be fine.

    Keep us posted.
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    Feb 19, 2011 3:40 AM GMT
    Go to the doc. Let us know what happens. I hope you get better soon
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    Feb 20, 2011 9:56 AM GMT
    Don't jack off right after getting a PA.
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    Feb 20, 2011 10:04 AM GMT
    You should go to the doctor to get it checked out, but in most cases, the cause is not serious. That's my understanding, but you definitely should go to the doctor for tests to rule out anything serious.

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    Feb 20, 2011 10:41 AM GMT
    cumming blood can sometimes be a sign for Testicular Cancer or tumor.
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    Feb 20, 2011 10:44 AM GMT
    GO TO THE DOC LIKE NOE icon_evil.gif
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    Feb 27, 2011 10:38 AM GMT
    The condition is called Hematospermia and it is very rare that such symptoms are a sign of prostate cancer except in VERY RARE occasions. As a stage three testicular cancer survivor of almost three years myself, I do know it is even more rare to find bleeding even with furthest stage three testicular cancer. So don't freak out!!! It's not a laughing matter though and I believe you are going to need a Urologist to treat it. See? God's not out to get you... Just follow up on it and you will be fine brother!!!
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    Feb 27, 2011 10:54 AM GMT
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    JESUS BOY GET YO ASS TO A DOCTOR


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    Feb 27, 2011 11:01 AM GMT
    Upryte saidThe condition is called Hematospermia and it is very rare that such symptoms are a sign of prostate cancer except in VERY RARE occasions. As a stage three testicular cancer survivor of almost three years myself, I do know it is even more rare to find bleeding even with stage four testicular cancer. So don't freak out!!! It's not a laughing matter though and I believe you are going to need a Urologist to treat it. See? God's not out to get you... Just follow up on it and you will be fine brother!!!


    There is no such thing as stage IV testicular cancer. Staging for this cancer goes from in situ to stage III (reference).
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    Feb 27, 2011 11:18 AM GMT
    dsmith123 said
    Upryte saidThe condition is called Hematospermia and it is very rare that such symptoms are a sign of prostate cancer except in VERY RARE occasions. As a stage three testicular cancer survivor of almost three years myself, I do know it is even more rare to find bleeding even with stage four testicular cancer. So don't freak out!!! It's not a laughing matter though and I believe you are going to need a Urologist to treat it. See? God's not out to get you... Just follow up on it and you will be fine brother!!!


    There is no such thing as stage IV testicular cancer. Staging for this cancer goes from in situ to stage III (reference).


    Sorry, I meant "late" stage three. Sometimes I get caught up in the description of stage four because generally it means your cancer is incurable. There is a point just the same when testicular cancer is incurable and stage three least describes incurable testicular cancer... Otherwise I would not be alive today.
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    Feb 27, 2011 11:31 AM GMT
    Upryte said
    dsmith123 said
    Upryte saidThe condition is called Hematospermia and it is very rare that such symptoms are a sign of prostate cancer except in VERY RARE occasions. As a stage three testicular cancer survivor of almost three years myself, I do know it is even more rare to find bleeding even with stage four testicular cancer. So don't freak out!!! It's not a laughing matter though and I believe you are going to need a Urologist to treat it. See? God's not out to get you... Just follow up on it and you will be fine brother!!!


    There is no such thing as stage IV testicular cancer. Staging for this cancer goes from in situ to stage III (reference).


    Sorry, I meant stage three. Sometimes I get caught up in the description of stage four because generally it means your cancer is incurable. There is a point just the same when testicular cancer is incurable and stage three least describes incurable testicular cancer... Otherwise I would not be alive today.


    The AJCC staging system does not imply curability of cancer. Rather, it provides information regarding the tumor, involved lymph nodes, and metastatic spread. Although some stage III (A, B, or C) testicular cancers may be considered incurable today, with improvements in therapy they may be curable in the future. Apparently your stage III testicular cancer responded to therapy and your disease-free survival thus far is three years.
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    Feb 27, 2011 12:09 PM GMT
    My cancer was removed by both a orchiectomy and a second major eight hour surgery called retro peritoneum which was done after 6 months of no longer responding to chemotherapy. Before the second surgery that took place chemo did remove cancer from the liver.
  • MusclePhilly

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    Feb 27, 2011 12:52 PM GMT
    The mayo clinic website has a good write-up about this: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/blood-in-semen/MY01214
    "Blood in semen is a frightening sign, but it rarely indicates a serious disease, particularly in men under 40.
    Many men experience single or occasional episodes of blood in their semen, and the problem can appear at any age. Sometimes, blood is persistently visible in the semen over the course of a few months or longer.
    The amount of blood in semen varies, depending on the cause. You may notice no more than a drop or streak of blood in semen, or much of the ejaculate could look bloody.
    Although this sign is usually short-lived, several tests are available to pinpoint the likely cause of blood in semen and give guidance for treatment if needed."
    "If you're over 40, see your doctor after noticing blood in semen, even if you have no other symptoms. Whether a man under 40 needs to see a doctor depends on other symptoms and risk factors.
    After seeing blood in semen, wait and watch for symptoms before calling your doctor if you're under age 40 and:
    * You have no other symptoms
    * You've had a recent prostate exam or vasectomy to explain short-term bleeding
    * There isn't a lot of blood in the semen, and you see it infrequently before it goes away."

    The website has additional info. about potential causes.
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    Feb 27, 2011 5:40 PM GMT
    I had that and it went away after a week or so - suggest waiting that time and if not then go to a doctor
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    Feb 27, 2011 6:01 PM GMT
    - If you have insurance, go to an emergency center ASAP

    - If you dont have insurance, obviously try to get it ASAP. In the mean time, dont panic. Its prolly not cancer or STD unless you're diagnosed. I would say wait a few days before you jerk off again and see what happens. Hopefully you have insurance by then....
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    Feb 27, 2011 6:04 PM GMT
    PIX OR IT DIDNT HAPPEN
  • Celticmusl

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    Feb 27, 2011 6:21 PM GMT
    It happened to a bf of mine a couple of yrs ago. I'm not going to go into a description about it but it freaked me out far more than it freaked him out. He really wasn't even aware of it at the time. He went to a doctor like the next day or so and he had absolutely nothing wrong and it hasn't happened again for him. Needless to say we've never had sex since then. I guess I was just too freaked out about it.

    Last spring it happened to me, and I didn't have any health insurance at the time. It freaked me out big time and I didn't even feel like ever jacking off again. It took me quite a few weeks to decide to jack off again, just to see what would happen. During the meantime I took tons of supplements for the prostate, kidneys, etc. I also read online that it is actually a normal event and most men have had it happen by the time they reach 40, they just might not have been aware of it. Of course you're supposed to go to the doctor to check it out too.

    I hope everything works out for you and you finally went to see a doctor. It might be nothing at all.