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yuck
Jan 15, 2005

Hi, I've been POZ for two years. My next blood work isn't for another two months. No meds. No insurance so I try to limit my visits to Dr. Recently, I started to have blood in my ejaculate. Some times a little, sometimes a lot, sometimes none (apparent). Does this sound like something I should visit a Dr. about immediately or can it wait until my next visit. BTW no pain at all. Thanks for your help

Response from Dr. Young

Thanks for your post.

If your symptoms are persistent, I'd definitely seek medical attention. One way to eliminate the need for an unneccessary clinic visit is to start with a phone call to your doctor. I'd be concerned about trauma, injury or other anatomic abnormality in your genitourinary tract.

Hope this helps, BY



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