Semen is typically silvery white or ivory white in colour. Occasionally, the colour of semen changes and that may indicate some underlying condition that needs to be attended by an experienced sexologist. If you are interested in learning about the possible semen colours and what they indicate, you need to go through one of our earlier articles on Semen colour / Sperm colour – what does it indicate?
Prostatitis, also called prostate infection is one of prostate problems wherein the prostate and the surrounding area gets inflamed. Prostate gland sits right below the bladder. The urethra that carries urine (and seminal fluids) runs through the middle of the prostate gland till the tip of the penis. When the prostate gland is inflamed, the most common symptom is problem urinating. However, some men may not see any symptoms due to prostatitis.
BPH is the enlargement of the prostate gland which is caused due to overgrowth of the cells inside the prostate. When the prostate grows in size, it squeezes the urethra passing through it resulting in problems with urination and ejaculation. BPH is not the same as prostate cancer but can affect one’s quality of life with urination and other problems.
Prostate cancer develops inside the prostate gland. Prostate cancer is found to be the one of leading cancer types in large Indian cities such as Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore and Mumbai. Unwanted growth of cells is found in the prostate gland. If the cells are non cancerous, they don’t cause any threat to life of the person. Such cells once removed usually don’t return / grow back.
Penis Enlargement surgery for penis growth is referred to as penoplasty. Enlargement of penis can be done in several ways such as using implants that is a permanent lifetime enlargement or with fat transfer which significantly increases the penis length and girth (width/circumference) but may not last for lifetime etc.