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What a Great Experience this group has become. The kinship in Brotherhood. There is such a diverse range of topics. This is the place we can be as open as we want to be... Everyone is welcome to join, but it is not a place to Cruise. It's for sharing sexual questions and comments among men.
Question... i am not even sure how to ask this so I hope it makes sense. If I go more than a week without jerking off or without having some kind of sex I start to get a thick sperm like discharge... this only happens If I get super horny more than a few times and dont cum. once I cum once or twice it stops!! I went to MD thinking I had STD but it was negative. Dr said he doesnt know what im talking about so he couldnt respond... has anyone ever had this? like I said it only happens if i dont cum in more than a week after being sooo horny for a few days...
Ok do you mean just during normal activities that this discharge appears ? I can say if I go a long time without an ejaculation and have sex that my discharge is generally more abundant. I think its pretty normal for most if they haven't had sex in awhile to get excited in anticipation.
Alex, you didn't say when the thick sperm-like discharge takes place. But it could be some "build-up" in your tubes which is looking for a release and if you're not giving it to yourself, it may come out anyway.
I know that a hard bowel movement can put pressure on the prostate area and if you have some pre-cum building up the BM can push some semen-like stuff out of your penis while you are defecating. That's happened to me in the past.
But the whole matter can be avoided by ejaculating regularly. Would it be good to make sure you're leaving yourself enough time to take care of yourself and your needs regularly?
I work the night shift and pretty much try to sleep most of the day. My girl isnt home all the time.. I am always horny, but if I dont cum in a little while sometimes even when I pee i can start seeing discharge. thats why I went to MD because i thought maybe my girl or my guy friend gave me something... it was NEG. when I finally do bust a load, i can see that some of it is thicker and discolored like yellow and the fresh cum is nice and regular... When I say I get horny I mean I get so horny that I could cum just by thinking.. lol.. but I dont... even my Dr doesnt undersrtand, so i think im gonna cum in a cup and bring it to him... lol...
I agree with gymrat44 that maybe you should have it examined. I still remember when I had my vasectomy done ( ugh ) the doc advised me to bring in some samples to see if the procedure worked. Needless to say I didn't, however I still have the same amount of children as I did when I had it done.
Thanks guys... I really do appreciate all your advice... I will wait till it happens again and then I will try to collect it.. I guess I will invest in some good porn so that when my girl isn't home I can rub one out!!
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