A Thin White Discharge Comes Out Smelling Of Sperm Before Ejaculation?
Good afternoon, before ejaculation my penis always secrete a thin, slightly smelly sperm with a small amount. is it normal? When it comes out not accompanied by any symptoms. And for the sperm condition based on what I read is in the normal category, a strange club.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before ejaculation, it's natural for a man's penis to secrete a certain liquid, called a liquid pre-cum, or it can be called pre-ejaculated fluid or madzi water.
This liquid is different from sperm, with a smaller amount, clear, rather sticky, slippery, can smell of sperm and may not, and is more liquid than sperm but thicker than water. This fluid functions more or less the same as the fluids released by women when they feel aroused, which is equally functioning to provide lubricants or lubricants during intercourse. So this discharge is normally only when you are aroused and your body thinks you want to have sex.
This fluid also serves to make the environment in the vaginal canal more easily accepted for sperm, so that it can last longer and can swim further. For women, the presence of a lubricating fluid from themselves or their partners is useful to reduce pain during intercourse and increase pleasure.
So you don't need to worry about this liquid. But keep in mind, that even though this fluid is not sperm, it does not mean there is definitely no sperm. It could be that there is sperm in this liquid that comes from a previous ejaculation, or there are sperm cells that 'rise' close to the channel where this fluid is produced. So, even if you have sex but do not expel your sperm in the vagina, your partner can still get pregnant from this discharge. So, hopefully answering your question.