Our expert says:
Fairly thin watery semen may be suggestive of an underlying sperm problem and I would suggest that a formal semen analysis be undertaken to exclude this possibility. The yellow tint is not necessarily pathological unless there are associated liver dysfunctions and or dietary factors. A simple sperm analysis is certainly warranted at this stage.
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