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Erection: Sometimes sexual arousal can cause the glands in the penis to produce fluid that you may see in your meatus. Nothing abnormal. ...Read more
You may need testing: Given your description, you may have an STD. I would recommend that you see your primary care physician as soon as you can so you can be tested for a number of common STD's, such as herpes, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and others. For now, I would strongly advise abstaining from any intercourse so as not to spread any potential infection you may have. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: I do not think Vaseline would improve sensation. ...Read more
Vaginal spasm: Very rare condition which many people have thought to be fictitious. However there have been occasional reports of inability to withdraw penis from vagina after intercourse. Vaginismus, or very strong contraction of pelvic floor muscles (similar to an exaggerated vaginal orgasm) can temporarily trap an engorged glans penis and cause so called "penis capitivus". ...Read more
Need lubrication: The friction burns, or abrasions, come from rubbing of the shaft of your penis against the vaginal wall of your partner. Be sure there is sufficent lubrication, either from foreplay or a water-soluble lubricant (e.g., KY jelly). Also, be sure you are gentle enough. Finally, if you have signficant abrasions; you might refrain from activity until you are fully healed. ...Read more
No stds. Prostate ok. No ed. Flaccid penis feels lifeless. Very weak. Standing flaccid penis feels spongy swollen and tight. Problems urinating.
Can ejaculate left on scrotum after masturbation absorb into blood stream through scrotum ? and cause sperm antibodies?
No, but if you have: additional questions about your sexuality or genitals a urologist would be a good person to see. Please continue to ask questions here also. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I have sensitive penis which excired rubbing underwear.Idont mean erection , like collecting of prostate fluid which force me to ejaculation but still?
Physiology: I would ask that you go see a physician who specializes in urology. Your descriptions make no sense and are not normal for a man. The only scenario where a non-erect penis is leaking fluid would be an std like gonorrhea or chlamydia or if the prostate gland is inflamed such as in prostatitis. Given the limitations of your ability to describe your problem it would be better to be seen in person. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Monogamy helps minimize reinfection, but doesn't guarantee a perfect suppression of STD agent in their asymptomatic STD-carriers, which are common. So, still see Doc for evaluation with possible tests, treatment, counseling, and follow-up for both partners. I do know and agree these matters are annoying, but still medical necessity as a part of modern daily living. ...Read more
Yes: Usually it is immediate.Get a more detailed answer ›