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Occasional Penis Discharge
I had urinary pain and penis-head itchness starting the Jul10th and small infrequent discharge Aug5th. When was the likely incident?
Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more
Hi there, I have 4 very small pimple like bumps just underneath the head of the penis that are flesh colored. They aren't scaly or hard. I also have occasional burning with urination (no discharge or swollen testicles), but think it might be linked to ib
5w4days preg have pinching and aching around hips lower back and pelvis and the occasional pink discharge. Is this normal? Am I miscarrying?
39.3w preg hav lots of pressure in pelvis & bottom, having sharp pains n occasional egg white like discharge, pain comes when I move, worth seeing ob?
Yes ma'am!: You need to see the OB MD anyway as you are pregnant, and he/she can assess your symptoms thoroughly. ...Read more
Widely variable...: The semen color may range from light gray to almost white color, and not even in how it looks. Occasionally, to few, it may look brownish or blood-tinged due to inflammation or bleeding. To sort all related matters out correctly, follow instruction in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. More? Contact me at www.HealthTap.com/dr-Lin to log in for appointments. Best... ...Read more
Yes: Men can have a clear, occasionally milky, discharge with erections, after erections, and after ejaculation. The clear discharge with the erection is commonly referred to as "pre-cum" and prepares the urethra to carry semen. After erections, some of this pre-cum may still be in the urethra and leak out. After ejaculation, residual semen may leak out. See your doc, if there is pain or continues. ...Read more
First, urethritis?: If newly appearing with some discomfort at voiding especially a few days after sexual intercourse with someone unknown for sexually transmitted diseases, consider STD-related urethritis which is common from chlamydia or gonorrhea. To put all related things together correctly for good care, follow instruction in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best wish to health.. ...Read more
Recommend: Medical evaluation to determine if there is an infection. ...Read more
If you have been: Stimulated sexually, it could be pre-ejaculation fluid, which would be normal. If it is a more constant drainage or discharge you need to be evaluated for an infection. ...Read more
None: Except for a bit of lubricant when you're all excited, you shouldn't have any. If you have to ask, and it's not just from eating those little hot peppers, it might be time to be seen by your physician. ...Read more
Each morning when I wake up I have a small amount of discharge from my penis. There is no pain, no odour, it only happens when I wake up. What is it?
You both need to be: Medically assessed at a std clinic or with your physician. ...Read more
We get this question every single day. We were not there. We do not know if you really had the opening of the vagina available for sperm to swim to the cervix.
Here are the facts. Sperm have to be deposited inside of the vagina during the five days in the cycle when the female is most fertile for pregnancy to occur. Semen left on the outside of the vagina do not cause pregnancy. ...Read more
A trip to the doctor: White discharge from the penis means a trip to the doctor is coming up, unless the "discharge" is normal semen or the small amount of normal mucus in the urethra (which should be clear, not actually white). Any other discharge can be checked to see if there is an infection or urethral inflammation. ...Read more
Please see your: Physician or a std clinic to be evaluated. ...Read more
Infection: there are many infections that can cause a discharge. See your doctor and get tested for them and seek out treatment if necessary ...Read more
Penile Discharge: It usually represents an std or a prostate infection. I would recommend you get to your trusted family doctor for testing and treatment. ...Read more