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    curioismex posted:
    So I noticed after I workout and after I shower, I pre cum a fair amount. Not sure it's due to exertion or intensity of my workout. But has anyone dealt with same issue?
     
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    nohard responded:
    Hi when you don't workout and just shower does it happen then? if the answer is no, then your cowpers glands gland's are getting over excited during your workout, so there must be one exercise your doing that's causing it to do that. OK


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    curioismex replied to nohard's response:
    No. Only after workout. Hmmm. Maybe it's the jump roping I'm doing. I usually go commando to the gym so might be making me hard


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