Yellow Gelatin Lumps In Sperm

For the last six months I have been noticing these gelatine lumps in my semen, I can feel them coming out during ejaculation, Ive had a sti test and it was negative over the months it has started to get worse now I get a mild pain before ejaculation and my semen is thick almost gel like I am very concerned and have also noticed white pearly penile papules around my penis any idea what it might be. Diet? Infection? Irregular ejaculation?

Thank you for getting in touch with us here at Mens Sexual Health. Firstly theres a wide range of texture, odor, and taste in normal and healthy semen. There is even variation in color, including opaque white, transparent, and yellowish. This can be caused by a variety of factors such as diet, lifestyle and alcohol consumption and even lack of regular ejaculations. This is a common question asked on our Q&A, so please do not feel alone, a lot of men have suffered from this issue. From our knowledge, sometimes the causes of jelly-like sperm is the massive concentration of protein compound of your sperm in your testicular sperm bank, usually those teens that masturbate actively for years and suddenly refrain from doing it have a greater chance of having this stuff(though its normal). Because during the time your still active in masturbation your testicles produces more sperm so it needs sugar and protein to produce a liquid substances wherein your sperm swam. So your brain may senses that during your frequent masturbation or sex maybe, it send a message to your testicles to produce more of these substances. Consequently, to the certain point of time you did not masturbate for along period, the sperm and protein base liquid in your testicles may over reproduce and the tendency of this if you were unable to let it ejaculate, it will accumulate in your testicles and becomes highly concentrated. Subsequently this causes your sperm to look like a jelly – like substance…its normal as long its color varies from white to yellowish and no blood or black or green. Some people find drinking more water, drinking less alcohol and masterbating more often sometimes solves the problem. You say you went for an STI test, did you discuss with the clinic about your sperm issue and what did they suggest? The fact that you are experiencing pain however we would suggest you see you local GP/Doctor to discuss this further to rule out any other underlying condition. Regarding your white pearly penile papules, the fact you know what they are called shows you have done your research. This are perfectly normal, nearly all men have these, some have more and bigger than others, this are just the glans of the penis and should not be worries about, again the fact you have had a STI test confirms these are unlikely to be anything other than your glans. Please do get back in touch if things dont improve.

But sometimes I feel a little. Itching around the cap I thought it was infection but I got treated then I got this tiny rough pause on my cap what can this be because I did blood test and I was okay

i fel the same way too. i masturbate 3 times a week then one day i notice a yellowish in my cum too.

You hit the nail on the head. I was a horny lil fucker my teen years and i was really familiar with the attic. Then i was hospitalized in my late 20s and also became depressed. Consequently my right hand man and i slowly drifted apart. As things got increasing better ” purchased a smart phone, with clear picture and sound. Lets just say I wasnt haveing trouble keeping myself enertained when i had some free time. But as stated especially my first time, if i had milk and a GOOD vanilla… well i guess now its your preference i happen to be a custard guy. Not to say theres anything wrong with flan. All jokeing aside a better diet and most importantly routine master baking really does help.

Thank you, Ive had these symptoms for years and my doctor and clinic havent been able to help, Ill try your solutions and see how I get on

I get this to. It has started ever since Ive had the snip, not sure if anyone else has noticed the same after becoming a Jaffa?????

I had this problem recently after masturbating less frequently. I decided to start masturbating more often before seeking medical advice. This stopped the gelatine lumps appearing

I have been trying to find this answer everywhere Ive been searching for hours today while I was giving my boyfriend a little help I recognised these white chunks of stuff we both started freaking out. We thought it was some type on sti and we were to scared to tell our parents we need to go and get checked up as I am underaged. Should I still go and get a check up just in case?

Hi i am having the same problems too cause when i was younger i use to masturbate a lot 3years times a day, i have been wondering wat happen to me when i see these lumps but am glad to know am not the only one and thats normal, question dose this stop u from getting someone pregnant, and lower your sperm count?

I masterbate 5 times a day im 35 years of age when was in my teen years and 20, 10 to 20 times a day so your saying my sperm is hard because I masterbate too much

I masterbate 5 times a day im 35 years of age when was in my teen years and 20, 10 to 20 times a day so your saying my sperm is hard because I masterbate too much

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It is therefore quite normal if there appear to be clumps of jelly-like globules in your semen and there is nothing to worry about here. Because semen consists mainly of water, being dehydrated can also affect its texture, making it appear thicker than usual.

What factors increase the risk of yellow semen?

Semen color can change for many reasons. Temporary or permanent causes may give semen a yellowish tint. In these cases, the resulting color change isn’t cause for concern.

You may be more likely to have yellow semen if you:

  • Are older: Semen color naturally changes as you age. It may take on a light yellow hue.
  • Eat certain foods: Coloring or sulfur in certain foods and spices can temporarily turn semen yellow. Turmeric, onions, garlic and asparagus are common culprits. When the foods leave your system, semen should return to its usual white-gray color.
  • Go a while without ejaculating: Practicing abstinence, or going a long time without ejaculating, sometimes results in yellow semen. Old or unused sperm can turn semen yellow.
  • Need to pee: An erection blocks your urine stream, allowing only semen to flow through the urethra. Traces of urine left in the urethra can leak into semen when you ejaculate.
  • Smoke: Nicotine can turn fingernails and skin a yellow-brown color. Smoking does the same thing to semen.
  • Take certain medicines or supplements: As your body breaks down certain antibiotics and vitamins (like vitamin B), semen may take on a yellow-orange tint.
  • What conditions cause yellow semen?

    Some medical conditions cause yellow semen. Problems that can cause yellow semen include:

  • Jaundice: People who have jaundice have too much bilirubin (a waste product) in the blood. This yellow pigment occurs naturally when red blood cells break down. Your liver helps move bilirubin out of your body. Bilirubin can build up in your blood if blood cells break down too quickly or you have a liver disease like hepatitis. Your skin and whites of your eyes take on a yellow color. Semen may also turn yellow.
  • Infections: Bacteria in the prostate gland (often from urinary tract infections (UTIs)) can cause an infection called prostatitis. The infection may change semen to yellow.
  • Pyospermia: Pyospermia (leukocytospermia) occurs when there are many white blood cells in semen. The white blood cells can damage sperm, resulting in a yellow color.
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs): Chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea and other STDs can give a yellow-green tint to semen.
  • You should see your healthcare provider any time you notice unusual body changes like yellow or brownish semen with specks. Brown or speckled semen may indicate blood in semen (hematospermia).

    Yellow or brown semen may not be cause for concern. But it could indicate a problem that requires treatment.

    Treatments vary depending on the underlying cause. They may include:

  • Antibiotics for infections and certain STDs.
  • Antiviral medications for viral infections.
  • How can I prevent yellow semen?

    These steps may lower your chances of having yellow semen:

  • Cut back on high-sulfur foods.
  • Quit smoking.
  • Use condoms to prevent STDs.
  • The semen may look translucent or clearer than normal, indicating it contains a very small amount of sperm.

    This may result from exposure to contaminated food, water, or other environmental factors.

    Unless you’re experiencing other unusual symptoms, a temporary change in texture usually isn’t cause for concern.

    Semen passing through the urethra can get mixed together with trapped or leftover urine, giving your semen a yellowish tint. This is most common if you ejaculate shortly after you pee.

    The testes also release sperm into the semen, which makes up around 5 percent of semen volume.


    Why does my sperm have yellow jelly lumps?

    Yellow semen is rarely cause for concern. It may be due to aging, abstinence or the presence of urine. Infections, including prostatitis, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and urinary tract infections (UTIs), can turn semen yellow.

    What does it mean if your sperm has a jelly texture?

    Usually, each millilitre of semen contains millions of spermatozoa (sperm), but the majority of the volume consists of secretions of the glands in the male reproductive organs. It is quite normal for semen to form jelly-like globules and this does not indicate any health or fertility problem. Was this answer helpful?

    Why does my sperm look like gelatin?

    Sometimes the causes of jelly-like sperm is the massive concentration of protein compound of your sperm in your testicular sperm bank. This is normal as long as its colour varies from white to yellowish and no blood or black or green.

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