Leakage from the urethra that men feel during sexual arousal is a normal physiological phenomenon. Moisturizing the mucous membrane of the penis is provided by nature itself. However, it is important to pay attention to the color of the ejaculation during an erection. If they are transparent, it is considered a health indicator. If there is a change in color and consistency, and in this case there is pain, we need to talk about the presence of pathological changes and infections.
The health status of the genitourinary system can be assessed by the signs of external discharge. The initial change in their characteristics determines the degree of pathological processes occurring in the body. A man can diagnose all the symptoms on his own and see a doctor in time.
Divisions in men are different and depend on individual characteristics. For some, they are many and occur regularly, for others they are few or insignificant. In any case, if a man is healthy, when he wakes up, a clear liquid comes out of the penis, which is completely normal and is not a sign of any abnormality.
The medical name for erectile secretion is urethritis. The fluid that comes out of the urethral canal before sexual intercourse or on the eve of ejaculation is called ejaculation. This mucus performs the necessary function - it neutralizes the acidic environment, which is harmful to sperm in the vagina. This creates the necessary environment for the egg to fertilize.
Contains active sperm before ejaculation and fertilization of the egg can occur even after shallow penetration.
Secretion occurs not only before sexual intercourse, but also in the morning, which is associated with increased levels of the male sex hormone testosterone. Spontaneous ejaculation or emission is most common in adolescents and men who have not had sexual intercourse for a long time.
In men, a slight clear discharge occurs during bowel movements. This phenomenon is called defecation prostatorea and occurs due to strong tension of the abdominal muscles.
Natural secretions of the body:
- smegmais a product of constantly produced sebaceous glands localized under the foreskin. It is washed away during hygienic procedures, otherwise excessive accumulation becomes an environment conducive to the development of pathogenic microflora that causes inflammatory processes;
- sperm- consists of sperm produced by the sex glands. Sexual freedom begins to differentiate during ejaculation. The discharge is white, viscous and thick. Absence of ejaculation during sexual intercourse or, conversely, spontaneous flow of sperm without any effect, indicates diseases of the genitourinary system.
The male reproductive system is a complex mechanism, an important part of which is ejaculation during erection, and it is divided into two types: physiological and pathological. If the first is the norm and the patient does not need medical intervention, the second requires a lot of attention and urgent measures to avoid irreversible consequences.
Pathological discharges are of infectious origin and are not contagious. The first is divided into sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and non-specific ones that occur when exposed to harmful microorganisms and bacteria. These include chlamydia, ureaplasma candidiasis, herpes, etc.Non-infectious causes include allergies, trauma to the urethral mucosa, and narrowing of the ureter as a result of exposure to chemicals.
Such urethral discharges occur at regular intervals and differ in the following ways:
- volume - lots or drops;
- external manifestations - the color changes from a shade of white to dirty yellow or green; they become cloudy instead of transparent;
- impurities - blood streaks, purulent spots, mucus clots;
- consistency - liquefied or, conversely, very thick;
- odor - unpleasant putrid or sour.
Secretions will vary depending on the condition of the male immune system, existing diseases and the type of infectious substance, which helps to determine their nature.
The main cause of white discharge in men is candidal urethritis characterized by the following symptoms:
- yeast odor from the urethra;
- leucorrhoea of a twisted consistency surrounding the head of the penis;
- pain in the groin and genitals accompanied by itching;
- discharge during urination;
- irritation in the form of red spots;
- rezi during communication.
This discharge can be observed in mycoplasmosis, ureaplasmosis and chronic prostatitis, which are characterized by incorrect urge to go to the toilet, discharge accompanied by a burning sensation, decreased libido and potency.
Advanced inflammation of the prostate is the most common cause of not only sexual dysfunction, but also infertility.
These are yellow or yellow-green mucus, dead epithelial particles, and leukocytes that indicate the presence of disease:
- gonorrhea- viscous, foul-smelling discharge that does not stop during the day, a burning sensation in the urethra after urination;
- Trichomoniasis- initially persists without significant symptoms except for the appearance of yellow discharge. As the infection progresses, pus-like sputum causes inflammation in the genital area.
Bad-smelling discharge during an erection is due to an infection of the genitourinary system. Neglect of hygiene procedures should not be ruled out. Smegma accumulates and becomes a favorable environment for harmful bacteria. Their rapid proliferation causes inflammation of the skin of the head and underarms of the male body and a pungent odor.
The same symptoms are observed in men suffering from diabetes and metabolic diseases.
Traces of blood in the seeds in the form of red thread are a sign of infection of the pelvic organs. The amount of discharge depends on the duration of the disease. Over a long period of time, the mucous layer collapses, revealing small capillaries that begin to bleed with the slightest impact.
There are other reasons:
- medical procedures- removing a stain from the urethra, inserting or removing a catheter;
- kidney sand or stone- is damaged when passing through the urethra, blood mixes with urine;
- oncopathology- Bloody spots appear on the testicles, testicles and prostate cancer.
It is not possible to make an accurate diagnosis based on the symptoms of external discharge. If you suspect a pathology, you should undergo an examination, after which the specialist will prescribe the necessary treatment based on the results obtained. Then it will be possible to protect men's health and avoid irreversible consequences.