I get a clear discharge from my penis when I get sexually aroused, even if I do not get a full erection.
The discharge is not seen at any other time. I have been to three separate STD clinics, had a full series of tests and nothing was found. The last clinic even gave me a two week course of antibiotics.
I still get the discharge when sexually aroused, sometimes it is heavier than other and can cause embarassment if wearing thin shorts as when the discharge is at its heaviest you can sometimes see a wet patch.
Welcome to the Forum. This is not a pathological condition but entirely normal. Upon arousal men tend to produce pre-ejaculatory secretions which can vary in amount. Your STD tests and the lack of impact of antibiotic therapy serve to verify that this is not an infectious problem of any sort. Solving the problem of having these secretions become obvious by soaking through your clothing is something that you'll need to address with a pad or thicker underwear.
Glad to be able to tell you this is not a health problem. Take care. EWH
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