I have the bad habit of masturbating while lying on my stomach. Two weeks ago I masturbated several times in a three day span in this fashion. The last several days I have had a milky white discharge from my penis in the morning when I wake up. Will this go away or do I need to see a Dr.?
Well, it depends on when you ended your last masturbation time. If it happened rightbefore bed, then it could just be some semen stayed in your penis until you woke up. This could also be because you are having a wet dream, especially if you sleep on your stomach (which would make sense, since you masturbate while laying prone on your stomach).
I would say that give it a little time, about 4 days, and if it doesn't clear until then, see a doctor. But this doesn't sound like an STD, infection, or anything to me.
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