Am married (nine years), however have not been intimate with my wife for about one year. I have herpes for over 10 years and she knows this, however, am now having a milky discharge when I have a bowel movement. Am not sure what this is, she says it's because we are not having sex and is waiting for me. She is very attractive and I know she is wondering whats up (not up)._I keep putting her off because I am not sure what this discharge is. It pretty much only happens when I have a bowel movement. I am too embarassed to go to a doctor, I don't think she's wanting to wait much longer. What could this be?
I'm just copying my response to the virtually identical question below ;-)
It probably is semen. The pressure of your stool against your prostate during a bowel movement can squeeze out semen, particularly if you don't ejaculate very frequently. It's very common and isn't a sign of any problem.
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