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Semen leakage
Frequent leakage of semen when taking sexual thoughts and leakage when bowel movement please give treatment for this
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Hi, The issue as described by you above is termed as Precum. Some people may also experience semen leakage while asleep or after urination. Some semen may leak out during periods of sexual arousal. For example, semen leakage may occur during any type of sexual activity or while having sexual thoughts. Leakage may also occur just before or just after ejaculation. Another fluid, called pre-ejaculatory fluid, may also leak during sexual activity. Pre-ejaculatory fluid is also known as precum. Semen leakage during certain activities is normal. However, frequent or excessive leakage may cause distress. People who have concerns about semen leakage, or other aspects of sexual functioning, should consult a Sexologist to help them in getting getting the above issue resolved. They will then be investigated and prescribe treatments where necessary.
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When you are having Sexual thoughts then precum is secreted for the preparation of coitus to give lubrication during sex. This precum is not semen. If you are having discharge during bowel movements than it may be prostatitis or other urinary infections. For best treatment you should consult your doctor personally.
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