Semen color can change according to how well-hydrated your body is, and how frequently you've been ejaculating, etc. There are actually fluids that come together from 2 or 3 different sources that make up what we call "semen" They are not all the same exact color, and any given ejaculation can have different proportions of fluid from prostate, seminal vesicles, vas defrens.View Thread
A few things come to mind as I read through your post. For the morning shaking/tremors I might first suspect something metabolic, like low blood sugar. (You mentioned a random blood sugar of 78. That is quite low for a "random" (non-fasting) reading.) Other possibilities would include some sort of focal seizure activity. It could also be due to stress/anxiety, toxicity to a medication or environmental exposure. (I'm not a doctor, but I do have background in primary health care),
Some of your other symptoms (testicular pain, pain after ejaculation, etc.) sound like with prostatitis, which can be bacterial or not. I don't recognize all the medications you've been prescribed, but at least 2 or 3 of them are antibiotics. Bacterial prostatitis often requires a very prolonged course of treatment, not a short 1-2 week course.
Your test results all sound good/normal. You don't mention your age or what kind of work you do that might give more clues as to what might be going on.
The pelvic/groin/leg/foot pain could be due to a misalignment of a spinal vertebra, causing a pinched nerve in the lumbar area with radiating pain. I don't know if you would consider chiropractic consultation or if that's even an option in your part of the world.
I do also have the impression that you are very anxious, and I know that stress can cause a lot of strange symptoms, so that might be something else to investigate. Sorry for the long reply. Best wishes, EugenioView Thread
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