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Is it normal to have prostate fluid come out when you have a bowel movement?

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In brief: Not really

It is not normal for prostate fluid to be expressed with a bowel movement.
However, if the bowel movement is very large or severely constipated, then it can be possible for this occur since the stool can push on the prostate surface causing fluid to be expelled into the urethra.

In brief: Not really

It is not normal for prostate fluid to be expressed with a bowel movement.
However, if the bowel movement is very large or severely constipated, then it can be possible for this occur since the stool can push on the prostate surface causing fluid to be expelled into the urethra.
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
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Dr. Moez Khorsandi
This is usually not associated with other systemic disease but is usually a local problem to the rectal area due the mechanics of a large BM. If this persists, see your urologist for an evaluation to inlcude a transretal ultrasound to the evaluate for obstruction of the ejaculatory ducts or prostate glands.
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In brief: Not unusual

As long as fluid is clear or white, should not be problem.

In brief: Not unusual

As long as fluid is clear or white, should not be problem.
Dr. Howard Usitalo
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