Blood in semen causes: The 7 causes of haematospermia

To check the cause of the problem, your GP may check your blood pressure, examine your genitals, tummy and rectum, and run some urine and blood tests.

More often than not, if you’re younger than 40 and this has only happened once or twice, you should not need a hospital referral (unless the tests indicate a serious underlying condition).

However, if you’re over 40, this has happened more than a couple of times or tests suggest a potentially serious underlying cause, you’ll probably be referred to a urologist.

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