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.
It is normal for semen to be anywhere from a very pale yellow to white color.
Normal semen is fairly thin and runny.
If the bits ae solid no....but if not the sperm it self is white.
If I'm not mistaken, that is normal.
That is normal. The sperm changes color a little and consistency as the enzymes in the semen change.
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
Semen is not always white in color. Semen has been known to be white, clear, beige, and even contain some yellow tints. However, if you are worried about it or wanting to start a family, you may want to see a fertility doctor for a sperm count. Otherwise, yes it is quite normal to have varying semen colors.
The normal pH of semen is 7.2-8.0 so somewhat alkaline.
Is it normal for someone to watch their semen dry? That should be your question. But, yes, that is entirely possible.
Diet has a substantial effect on the consistency of semen. Consuming protein will result in semen having a thicker, white consistency. Carbohydrates and fat will thin out the consistency of semen, resulting in clear and watery semen. Vegetarians have been known to have consistently clear semen.