I have a weird situation going on that I would like to see if anyone else has. First off let me say that I do not have any STD's. I know this for a fact. Sometimes I have discharge from my penis after urinating or when I touch myself to masturbate. It is like my balls are pulled way up close to my body and my penis is not hard at all, but this sticky fluid comes out. It is like I am cumming but it is not the same as that. It is very sticky, and if it happens when I cannot get to the bathroom it will dry in my underwear and flake off (sort of like sunburnt skin) , unlike cum which hardens and stays there. I have asked a urologist and he stated that it is normal to have discharge after voiding. Well I have never heard of this before. My family doctor looked at me like I was weird. Anyone else have this? Do you know what it is?View Thread
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