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I'm worried about my penis head and foreskin.

Hi. I've been concerened about this for a while but i feel i need to sort it out now. I'm quite concered with the health of my head and foreskin. My penis head various from a very dark purple to light pink and when its dark purple it doesn't look nice at all. I also have some small yellow spots on the head and foreskin that i'm worried about. My foreskin is also very red. What can i do about this? 17 male from swindon

Asked by Brad
10th June 2009 (in Health)

Tags: foreskin penis penis size yellow red spots gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello Brad, thanks for getting in touch. The colour of your penis head is fairly normal to change different shades off purple/pink, depending on many things, such as temperature and how sexually excited you are, this is due to the amount of blood flowing to that part of your body, and this is most likely reason behind this. Regarding the small yellow spots, the most likely answer is that these are your glans, again perfectly normal, some men they are more visiable, others not as noticeable. However i'm not sure what is causing your foreskin being red, sometimes it can get a bit inflamed if you have been masterbating/wanking too much, but it could also be a sign of a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), you haven't mentioned if you have had sex, and if you have, if it was unsafe (without a condom) if this is the case then there is a small chance that is what you may have picked up, if you have hand unsafe sex its best to book an appointment at the Swindon GUM clinic at the hospital, it is confidential so you parents won't find out, and if you need help we can make an appointment for you, and even come along with you if you need the support. I hope this has eased your concern, many lads feel concerned about there penis, having not seen others to compare it too, but they come in all shapes ans sizes so don't feel yours doesnt look nice. Please do get back in touch if you feel you want further advice.

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Answered by team member Matt
11th October 2012

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Lumps in semen

For a couple of months I have had lumps in my semen I do not know what this means but they are kinda yellow and just dont look healthy so what does this mean?

Asked by anonymous
28th May 2012 (in Health)

Tags: ejaculation yellow

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thanks for getting in touch. Firstly there's a wide range of texture, odor, and taste in normal and healthy semen.

There is even variation in color, including opaque white, transparent, and yellowish. This can be caused by a variety of factors such as diet, lifestyle and alcohol consumption and even lack of regular ejaculations.

Some people find drinking more water, drinking less alcohol and masterbating more often sometimes solves the problem, as this is fairly common so please dont feel alone.

However you may have a urinary infection, or possibly, although not the most likely, a sexually transmitted infection.

Also, there could be a chance it could be an infection called prostatitis.

Prostatitis is bacterial inflammation of prostate gland located under your bladder, which purpose is to add some fluid in your semen.

This can be treated with antibiotics for about a month and your symptoms will disappear for good.



We would suggest you book in to see your doctor or GP to get this looked at just to be on the safe side and peace of mind, we hope this has helped you, please get back in touch if you need any further help.

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Answered by team member Matt
28th May 2012

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Green more like yellow cum

Hi i'm 20 years old i havent had sex with my friend(girl) for almost 3 months now,,but after a couple of weaks i masturbated for like 2 times and it's weird because when i do it my sperm isn't white anymore it's green more like yellow,,is my penis infected or something?

Asked by yorgio
10th November 2015 (in Health)

Tags: penis ejaculation yellow masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Some people get yellowish sperm (often thick) if they haven't ejaculated for a while. It would be a good idea to have a check up at a sexual health clinic, GUM or STD or STI clinic. If you cannot get to a sexual health clinic then talking with your doctor is advised, doctors are used to talking about sexual questions and would much prefer you talk to them than worry.



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Answered by team member Douglas
4th December 2015

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Misty yellow licuid

I was plasering myself and a yellow misty licuid came out So what dose that mean?

Asked by anonymous (aged 11) from France
22nd December 2015 (in Health)

Tags: yellow gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello, it sounds like you have just had your first ejaculation. This is totally normal when you pleasure yourself and sounds like everything is working correctly. 



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Answered by team member Douglas
24th December 2015

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Yellowish sperm and errection Problem

Actually Last Time my parentz went out of station n i hv been into sex i do it almost regularly and wn i dnt do sex i go for mastuerbate.. I do it 2-3 tyms a day n my diet wz also nt good.... My sex timing also became Zero nw as i interst it just release aftr 2 minutes n its also not so hard and now i hv stoped mastuerbate n i got suggestion frm frnd n started Having Mustrong Tablets but there is no improvement i hv seen.. Evn my sperm colour is Yellow n jelly type comes in discharg n now i usal mastuerbate just to chck plz asnwer mea soon as m worry frm last 3 months Thanks

Asked by sagar
16th November 2015 (in Health)

Tags: gelatine ejaculation erection yellow gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Most people go though periods of feeling more or less sexual than other times. A healthy balanced diet is probably a good start. If the Mustrong tablets are not working for you stop them too. Some people get yellowish sperm and thick if they haven't ejaculated for a while. If you have ever had sex beyond solo masturbation it would be a good idea to have a check up at a sexual health clinic, GUM or STD or STI clinic. If you can not get to a sexual health clinic then talking with your doctor is advised, doctors are used to talking about sexual questions and would much prefer you talk to them than worry.

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Answered by team member Douglas
19th November 2015