haematospermia

haematospermia

Blood in seminal fluid.
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Men presenting with symptoms were classified as having LUTS (obstructive or irritative lower urinary tract symptoms), symptoms of metastases (bone pain, loss of weight, paraplegia), or other (haematuria, haematospermia, etc.).
TRUS-guided prostate biopsy can cause several potential complications, including haematospermia (37.4%), haematuria (14.5%), rectal bleeding < 2 days (2.2%), rectal bleeding > 2 days +/- intervention (0.7%), sepsis (0.8%) or urinary retention (0.2%).
A THIS is called haematospermia and is quite common and normally not serious.
Smith, "Haematospermia as a presenting symptom: outcomes of investigation in 300 men," Surgeon, vol.