White yes, but frothy I don't know.
YES, WHITE TO A (VERY) LIGHT YELLOWISH COLOR DEPENDING ON GENES AND OTHER NON-DISEASE FACTORS; BUT FOR YOUR PIECE OF MIND: JUST GO TO THE "FREE CLINIC" --IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE INSURANCE TO GO A FORMAL HOSPITAL.
BUT IF IT'S FROTHY OR LOOKS "GRITTY": GO SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION NOW-- THAT'S AN STD.
Dogs who throw up yellow or white frothy liquid are throwing up bile. It is normal for this to occur on occasion, and can sometimes be attributed to an empty stomach. If it happens frequently, see your veterinarian.
You mean 'Semen', not sperm. Sperm are invisible and semen is the liquid that carries sperm cells out of the man's body. Yes, clear semen is normal. So is white, cloudy semen.
Most semen is white in color, but grey or even yellowish semen can be normal as well. Blood in the semen can cause a pink or reddish color
Clear semen is quite normal for younger teenagers who are not yet in the prime of their sexual development. Occasional instances of it for male adults who normally release white semen is also considered normal. Clear semen occurs when a man experiences frequent ejaculation in one sexual encounter. Watery semen has a much lower sperm count than the normal consistency.
it depends on whether your sick or not.
A "pus cell" is another name for a white blood cell. It is normal to have some pus cells in semen, but a high number means there may be an infection.
If it's immediately after it might be the excess semen you see dripping out.
No it is probably urine, white is semen. However, dried semen may be off-white.
Yes, this happens in cases where you pre ejaculate semen before the sperm. Ther sperm is the white substance, semen carries the sperm out, if you pre ejaculate semen with some sperm, when you orgasm there will be only sperm, the foamy substance
Semen is naturally clear. The white that you see is actually the sperm in the semen. Semen is the carrier of sperm and allows them to travel through the vaginal cavity. When males of age start tobproduce sperm, the sperm is then added to the semen; turning it white. If your ejaculate (semen, sperm, whatever you call it) isn't white, it means that you are not mature enough to produce sperm.
Semen isn't always white and that is completely normal. It can be thicker sometimes and that is normal too, especially if you haven't ejaculated in awhile. You don't have anything to worry about.
Yes, if you are young. At first semen will have a yellow tint to it and will get white as you move further along in puberty.
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This is normal. The white colouring of semen is caused by sperm, which you're not producing yet. One you're well into puberty, you'll find your semen will become whiter.
Semen is the collective of sperm and seminal fluids. Clear semen has very little or no sperm, hence its lack of colour. Semen that has sperm in it, will be white.
Yellow SEMEN, is not normal. It should be whitish or clear.
No. It is a white color.
Semen can vary in color from a very pale yellow to white. As long as your semen stay within these colors it is fine. If your semen change color dramatically or if it acquires a strange odor, then you need to go to your doctor to get it checked out, as it could be a sign of an STD.
Semen is the clear while sperm is the white. The semen protects the sperm as it enters the vagina
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