The urethra in a man isn't straight like a woman's. It's more like an upside down S. As a man ages, the flow might weaken slightly and he may need to shake a little bit more after he's finished. About half of men 40 and over have this condition. It could be a slight stricture of some sort.
Over time, I've just gotten used to it. Mine is very slight, but more noticeable if I'm sitting down while I do it. I wouldn't worry about it unless you're not able to fully empty the bladder or have other problems with it. It started happening to me about the age of 25. Let me know if you have any questions and best of luck.
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