Blood in the sperm

Semen Health Effects

Blood in the sperm play the most important role in reproduction in animals, including humans. In addition, they have other beneficial and detrimental effects on human health.

Semen has anti-depressant, anti-cancer effects where semen is found to prevent and fight breast cancer, and pregnancy related hypertension. It also prevents a condition called pre-lymphadenopathy.

Blood in the sperm
Blood in the sperm

Semen and transmission of disease

Some people think that the only two STIs are syphilis and gonorrhea. These include:

  • hepatitis B and C
  • herpes
  • chlamydia
  • genital warts
  • vaginitis
  • hepatitis B
  • HIV (the virus that causes AIDS)

There is a need for awareness and prevention of these diseases as without treatment these diseases can lead to infertility, cancer, heart disease, AIDS and even death.

Hepatitis B and C

Hepatitis B and C affect the liver and can carry an infected person’s blood, saliva, semen, and other body fluids. And cause liver cancer. They are spread through sexual contact and cause liver cancer.

HIV/AIDS

AIDS is the ultimate result of HIV infection. The HIV virus is also transmitted to the infected person’s blood, saliva, Blood in the sperm, and other body fluids. HIV attacks the body’s immune system and makes common infections deadly. There is no cure for AIDS and it is usually fatal.

Gonorrhea

It can affect the penis, vagina, rectum and throat in both men and women. It causes burning and pus discharge during urination.

Untreated gonorrhea can cause infertility in both men and women. In women, it can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which can eventually lead to infertility and miscarriage.

Syphilis

Syphilis is caused by an organism that enters the body through the skin, mouth or anus during sexual intercourse. This leads to the wound from where the living entity enters the bloodstream.

Herpes

Herpes is a viral disease and it forms blister­like sores on the genitals.

Chlamydia

Chlamydia causes an infection that is very similar to gonorrhea. Untreated chlamydia can cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) in women with pain, fever, miscarriage and infertility.

Non­gonococcal urethritis

Nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) is also an infection that can cause burning when urinating and pus coming out of the penis. The bacteria involved are ureaplasma and mycoplasma.

Genital warts

Soft warts are caused by a virus, the human papilloma virus (HPV). In most cases, HPV resolves on its own, but in some women it can lead to cervical cancer.

Vaginitis

Vaginitis is an inflammation of a woman’s vagina that occurs during sexual intercourse. There are three most common types of vaginitis:

  • Trichomonal vaginitis
  • Yeast vaginitis
  • Bacterial vaginitis

Blodo in the semen

Blood in the semen is not uncommon and may appear as brown or red in the semen. It is usually painless in most men. Blood in semen is called hematospermia and can affect men of any age after puberty. It usually affects men between the ages of 30 and 40 and benign enlargement of the prostate in men over the age of 50. Most cases go away on time without treatment. Up to 90% of men who have blood in their semen experience recurrent episodes.

Semen as an antidepressant

There are studies that show that semen can act as an antidepressant in women. The study included sexually active college women and found that not only were women who had sex without a condom less depressed, but that women who used condoms had more depression symptoms and higher suicide attempts. Were.