Discharge during erection in men

In men, during stimulation, discharge from the urethra of different properties is observed. They usually do not cause an alarm, as it is of natural origin. But there are cases when the discharge is pathological in nature and requires medical intervention.

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Natural secretion of pre-seminal fluid

In healthy men, during an erection, clear fluid is always removed from the penis in small amounts. This phenomenon is considered the norm and is not associated with any pathological process. In medicine, the natural secretion of secretions during stimulation is called urethrorhea, and the fluid itself is called pre-ejaculation.

common characteristics

Typically, such secretions are completely transparent and have an average consistency in density. Urethrorhea is observed not only during stimulation, but also during morning erections. Coming out of the urethra, pre-seminal fluid begins to be released during caressing with a sexual partner and during preparation for intercourse. The same reaction is observed with masturbation. The early stages of intercourse and shortly before the onset of orgasm can also be accompanied by ejaculatory discharge. All of these cases are natural, and therefore, precum discharge should not cause panic.

Such mucus is needed to neutralize residual acidity, both in the urethra itself and in the vagina. Since sperm only die in an acidic environment, it is precum that provides good conditions for them.

Number of secretions

For each man, the amount of fluid secreted in such cases is individually. But the higher the level of stimulation, the more secretions are released. It can be a few drops, and the amount of liquid is quite impressive, reaching 5 ml. In some men, precum is not present as such. The sites of prepaid formation are the Cooper and Littre glands. They are located along the urethra and produce secretions, the volume of which increases with stimulation.

In such secretions, sperm may be present in insignificant amounts. Therefore, interrupted sexual intercourse does not always guarantee protection against unwanted pregnancies. Of course, there is no sperm in the secretion itself, but the remnants of semen in the duct inevitably end up in pre-ejaculation.

Sometimes men worry about excessive release of pre-seminal fluid during an erection. In this case, doctors recommend differential diagnostics to exclude prostatorrhea - the release of prostate juice during urination or defecation.

Natural sperm production

The second type of natural fluid released from the penis as a result of an erection is, of course, semen. Ejaculation is a natural result of ejaculation. Semen is whitish and viscous. Sperm consists of gonadal secretions and semen itself. Semen is released, both as a result of sexual intercourse and as a result of masturbation. Such discharge is accompanied by sexual discharge.

The absence of sperm release may indicate serious pathology and require serious examination.

What to tell about the pathology

Usually, the presence of discharge during erection is not associated with pathology. But in some cases, you should pay attention to deviations from the norm, as evidenced by:

  • unnatural discharge shade - yellow, green, gray color will tell about the pathology;
  • the presence of blood in semen or urine;
  • pus, lumps, or clots in your discharge
  • unpleasant odor or nausea coming out of the penis, which may indicate an inflammatory and infectious process;
  • a painful sensation or discomfort that occurs during an erection.

These unusual signs that accompany the discharge during pleasure clearly indicate the presence of pathological processes. Itching, flushing, or swelling are also warning signs. In such cases, a man should not take his own medication or wait for a condition -independent solution. The right decision is to visit a doctor for a diagnosis.

Types of possible pathology

It is not easy to assess the condition of the genitourinary system using only one discharge. But it is an unusual secretion secreted from the urethra that is a sign of some pathology. And for certain diseases, it is the presence of specific secretions without the presence of other symptoms that is characteristic.

A man should carefully monitor the quality and amount of fluid from the penis, both during stimulation and under normal circumstances.

With the appearance of non -specific discharge during pleasure, one can suspect the presence of:

  • inflammatory processes occurring in the genitourinary system, which are associated with the activation of infectious and opportunistic particle activity;
  • sexually transmitted diseases;
  • oncological pathology;
  • complications triggered by surgical intervention;
  • as a result of injury and damage.

In such cases, the nature of the discharge may be different, depending on the type of pathology, and on the characteristics of the organism, the neglect of the disease. It is unrealistic to independently determine the type of deviation. An in -depth diagnosis will be required, which will help the doctor assess the patient’s condition and select an effective treatment.

It is advisable not to take any medications, especially antibiotics, before visiting a doctor and making a diagnosis. This will obscure the clinical picture and will not make it possible to establish a correct diagnosis and prescribe appropriate treatment.

Cleanliness and clearance

We must also think about smegma. This is a natural selection. However, in some cases, it can be accompanied by an unnatural odor. This lubrication is produced by the sebaceous glands located in the head and foreskin.

In fact, smegma is a fat that, in the absence of timely and high -quality hygiene procedures, accumulates and gives rise to the appearance of unnatural odors. The danger is not caused by the smegma itself, but precisely by its accumulation. In the absence of hygiene procedures, a favorable environment is created for microbial reproduction and the development of inflammatory processes.

The problem of numerous synthesis of such lubricants is particularly pressing for men aged 16-25 years, when sexual activity has the highest characteristics. With age, the amount of such secretions decreases. When a man washes his penis twice a day, the smegma is completely removed, and no unusual whitish plaques are observed with erections. If necessary, you can use antibacterial soap to get rid of smegma.

Often, the accumulation of whitish plaques with a pungent odor is associated by a man to the release of smegma, while the real cause may be associated with thrush or gonorrhea, chdamidiosis.

It is quite dangerous to ignore any discharge that is different than usual. Because they can be associated with diseases that require immediate treatment and pose a threat to the reproductive system that cannot be restored.