I have had a situation that started a few years back. The closest thing that I can find that relates is semen leakage but I can't find anything that is really exactly like what occurs. I don't have an semen leakage any time at night or anything unrelated to sexual activity.
Here are a few symptons - When I masterbate for example
1. White semen is always mixed in with my per-ejaculate - I always seemed to have a lot of pre-ejaculate in the past and now but now it looks many times like I climaxed but I haven't and I can still continue. 2. During sex or masterbation I often like to bring myself to the point of climax but then hold back. What happens now is semen will escape through my holding back, but if then I continue I will orgasm pretty much like normal with no issues. About the same feeling (or even stronger) and the same amount discharged.
Some things that I have read have seem to point to possible issue with the parasympathetic nerve.
There is no pain and my erections have not been any different to me since this started several years back. It is not an immediate concern because it has not affected my sex life. But it has not changed worse or better but since it has not got better it is especially more of a concern to me.View Thread
I noticed a few days ago that I had a somewhat sharp pain on one side of the shaft of my penis near the base. The pain does only occurre when fully erect but does not seem to be affected when applying ourside pressure or moving up of down. It seems to be inside the shaft on the right side near the bottom but does not seem to be at the testicles. The pain is not real bad at this point but noticeable. and has not changed much since I noticed it. I have not found any articles that match exactly to this type of pain. Any ideas?View Thread
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