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Can a man's anus secrete clear fluid like vaginal fluid?
I remember a Health professor in college telling a student that it's possible for a man to secrete fluid just as how a woman naturally produce vaginal fluid or "juice."
I'm a bisexaul man who has been penetrated before and I've never had any STDs. The first time I had anal sex, I secreted lots of "juice" that my partner thought was unnatural for a man to do.
I remember my professor telling us that the reason for women producing vaginal "juice" is because of their estrogen levels, and men can produce some amount of estrogen, but not as much as women.
But just as a refresher, I would like to know what is the actual fluid or "juice" is scientifically called and is it true that a man can secrete "juice" from his anus from sexual stimulation and arousal.
There are several types of anal discharge: a purulent discharge may indicate an abscess while a bloody discharge may be due to a hemorrhoid. On the other hand, a clear and mucus discharge may indicate rectal villous tumor. There is no specific term for this. But if this persists, have this evaluated by your doctor for proper diagnosis.
It is more normal that you think. This mucus is a clear, white, or yellow substance with the consistency of jelly which is produced by the mucus membrane of the large intestine. Mucus is also produced by other organs in the body such as the lungs, where it helps to trap any foreign particles that are inhaled. In the intestine, mucus protects the inner lining and helps ease the passage of stool.
The lining of the rectum can become irritated during anal sex, and produce this mucous. If you are certain what your are expelling is not just his semen, this is probably what it is. If this is the case, it could indicate you need to use more lubricant, or get some lubricant inside your rectum before anal sex.
My wife sometimes has the same discharge after a long vigorous anal session. I do not think is cause of concern because you mentioned it happened after sex. But if someone notices this fluid in stool or differently without apparent cause, it'd be better if you saw a doctor to see what is causing the irritation.
I have been looking for information on this, so thanks for posting. I was wondering, if this only happens after sexual anal stimulation, in which an orgasm is achieved (no ejaculation) would the issue still fall under that tumor concern?
I am a Top, and when I have sex with my bf, he secretes lots of juices out his anus. Sometimes its clear juice, but he gets very wet. The more we go, the wetter he gets. When he gets horny he also gets wet. I dont think doctors really know this phenomenon bc it hasnt been studies really. But I do know that some bottoms get very wet. This one other bottom i had sex with secreted more of a white creamy fluid. So, its defiantely possible when having anal sex with men.
I agree with tjd, my bf secretes a slippery fluid during anal sex which turns frothy with increased activity. He also has "anal orgasms" which he loves, and says it's just like an orgasm from his penis, but in the rectum or deeper. I know he's really turned on when he starts to produce this, and he demands more and more - we use dildoes to make this happen repeatedly - there is no refractory period related to these orgasms; and my **** isn't long enough to reach what he calls his "second ring" where they are also triggered.
I really think medical research simply doesn't understand this, and sexual health researchers need to get to grips with the full range of human sexual physiology, whether anal, penile or vaginal!
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