I am a year-old divorcee facing a bit of a problem, and hope Dr. G can help me resolve my conundrum. Since I remember from my early days of engaging in sex, I have been troubled by excessive pre-cum. I just get this secretion from the tip of my penis, when I am aroused. In fact, on occasions when I'm not particularly aroused, I also get this troubling discharge. Initially, I got worried as I thought I might have caught some sexually-transmitted infections. But the doctor confirmed it was all pre-cum. Although the condition is a nuisance, I have not been particularly troubled by it. I have recently started a relationship with someone 10 years younger than myself, one year after my divorce. Although it has been going well, I am not too sure I want to commit myself so soon after the divorce.
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Category: Men's Health. Topic: Penile and Testicular Problems. Discharge from the penis is usually a sign of infection.
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This study was designed to establish whether motile spermatozoa are released with pre-ejaculatory fluid and whether this fluid therefore poses a risk for unintended pregnancy. Forty samples of pre-ejaculatory fluid were examined from 27 volunteer men. Samples were obtained by masturbation and by touching the end of the penis with a Petri dish prior to ejaculation. The volunteers produced on up to five separate occasions and sperms were found in either all or none of their pre-ejaculatory samples. Hence, condoms should continue to be used from the first moment of genital contact, although it may be that some men, less likely to leak spermatozoa in their pre-ejaculatory fluid, are able to practice coitus interruptus more successfully than others. Pre-ejaculatory fluid is released from the male urethra in amounts of up to 4 ml during sexual arousal, prior to ejaculation. These glands secrete an alkaline fluid containing numerous enzymes and mucus but no sperm. Despite this lack of sperm, current advice is that any fluid emanating from the penis prior to ejaculation could be contaminated with sperm and therefore should be regarded as potentially fertile and capable of resulting in an unwanted pregnancy.
Semen leakage, which occurs when semen seeps out of the penis, is a common occurrence. Semen is a whitish fluid that contains sperm. It often leaks out during sexual activity, regardless of whether ejaculation occurs. Some people may also experience semen leakage while asleep or after urination.