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    Healthy semen is a cloudy white color with a jelly consistency similar to a raw egg. Slight changes in semen color, texture, and even smell might be normal and should no pose concern. In some cases, semen color changes could be a sign of an underlying issue. Possible reasons include blood in the semen or infections, both of which require medical attention.
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    What might it mean if a man’s semen color changes?

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    Blood in semen (haematospermia) - NHS

    When it comes to your urological health, this can be a very sensitive topic for not only men but also females. Women are more likely to go to clinics to determine if there are any gynecological concerns whereas men typically will try to tough out symptoms and hope they go away. In some cases, this is possible, but it is a not a habit that you should get accustomed to. One aspect that can be concerning for male patients would be noticing discolorations in their sperm. Patients may comment with something along the lines of saying they have black specks in their semen but what does this signify? Although I don't claim to be a urologist by any means, I'll take a crack at what could be the root of your problem.
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    There’s some brown colored liquid coming out with my sperm. Is this a disease?

    Semen is typically whitish-gray in color with a jelly-like texture. This can vary slightly depending on your genes, diet, and overall health. Read to find out what yellow, green, brown, and other colors may mean, when to seek treatment, and more. Your semen is made up of a variety of minerals, proteins, hormones, and enzymes that all contribute to the color and texture of your semen. The substances primarily responsible for this color are produced by your prostate gland.
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    Men typically ejaculate semen that is a whitish-gray. Changes in semen color are not always a cause for alarm, but men should see their doctor if such changes persist for over a week or if they have other symptoms, such as pain, swelling, fever, chills, or blood in the urine. If semen is pink or reddish-brown, there might be blood mixed with the semen, a condition called hematospermia.
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