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See a Urologist.: Jelqing or milking is a type of exercise to increase the size of the penis by increasing pressure in the penis. By rolling the fingers from the base of the penis toward the head, the blood flow pushes on the side of penis to stretch the tissues. There are no medical studies evaluating the effectiveness of jelqing in penis enlargement. If you really looking for enhancement see a urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What could this be? Im a 20 yr old male and I have been having a clear, sometimes cloudy discharge from my penis throughout the day that I have to milk out, most comes out in the mornings. It doesn't happen during sex or when i become aroused. I've been h
Regardless : Regardless of the fact that you are "almost 100%" sure you do not have an std, you should definitely have an std test to definitively rule this out. On the other hand you may be dealing with leakage of seminal fluid (pre-cum) which is fairly common in young men. My best advice is for you to see a doctor an have a medical evaluation and testing to make sure this is not an infectious process. Best of luck. ...Read more
I'm 20 weeks pregnant, and i've noticed recently after sex with my partner, there is white discharge on his penis and balls. It looks like dried milk.
I sit down for a long period of time or if I have a full bladder, i will have what looks like milk come out my penis after i've finished urinating.
If milked, can get small amount of white to clear discharge from penis. Haven't had sex in a year so unsure if it could be an STD. No other symptoms.
Please clarify: What prompts you to be milking your penis? ...Read more
I noticed when I milk my penis, a discharge apears once in the morning, my wife has had a yeast infection, could this be it?
Probably not...: Somehow, fungus has never been reported to cause urethritis. Hence, clear urethral discharge suggests either chlamydia infection or residual liquefied semen after ejaculation. If no symptoms, test urine to assure no chlamydia infection before taking antibiotics; if symptomatic, may be treated empirically and see or tested. Otherwise, leave it alone, wait, and see. ...Read more