I am 17 years old and hit puberty sometime last year near my 17th birthday (yeah, a bit late). Lately I have been randomly ejactualating a clear sticky liquid or sometimes semen at random times in the day (at school, in my sleep, while driving, etc.) I have also been getting a lot of random erections during school, while driving, and even when socializing with friends. I do not experience an orgasm, they just happen without any stimulation or arousal. I really don't like it, I have to change my underwear constantly.
This I think you will have to live with till it resides, you must just put this down to being a sexy young man, you could try using some of the thinner pads that the women use for there periods in your pants as this may help soak it up.
But please just enjoy your life and what is happing to you.
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