How are you? What other symptoms are present? It is important to determine if the discharge is due to semen or from infectious or even neurological issues. If this is caused by spermatorrhea or abnormally frequent or excessive involuntary emission of semen, further evaluation may need to be done. If it persists, it is best that you have this checked by your doctor for proper evaluation. Take care and do keep us posted.
Hi Jilu, this could also be your PC muscle that has got weak, this is the muscle that stops us urinating, pumps blood into the penis, and also pumps sememn out for us, when having sex or masturbating, now if your finding that is not happening and sperm is just dribbling out, the bingo we ahve your problem solved,
You need to kegel, its a simple exercise, just google pegym, and on there look for kegel exercises and away you go.
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