Hi i had this occuring every time i am a little constpated and have to really strain hard and push when i go #2 there was a semen like discharge..but it happened maybe 1-2 every 3-4 months when the poop is really big and have to strain hard..but yesterday i really strained hard and with the discharge there was traces of blood..i have no pain ,or burning nor when i urinated afterwards i saw blood in the urine..i know the discharge is somewhat normal when large feacak matter passes and you strain,but traces of blood?? i am kinda worried ,i am 47 and just had my prostate blood test done last year and passed with flying colors..what could it be?/View Thread
hi, i too have that symptom, when sometimes i strain because i got constupated or passing large fecal matter i strain and push hard and whitr discharge(looks like semen) comes out of my penis..but i happens once every 2 months or so only when i am passing large fecal matter and i have to strain really hard ..but what worried me last time is i strained extremely hard to poop(i know that was stupid) the white discharge had traces of blood in it..is that normal or is it something serious?? i am kinda worried..i urinated afterwards but no blood or anything..View Thread
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