Fluid During And After Intercourse
Hello doctor. Yesterday I had sex with a partner, and decided to be expelled outside. During intercourse, I could see milky white fluid coming out of the partner’s vagina before I ejaculated. Then after sex, my partner feels like peeing. There was a little liquid coming out of my partner’s vagina. Is this condition normal?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Conditions experienced by your partner can be normal or not. If normal, that's because women can also release fluids associated with sexual relations. This liquid functions as a lubricant and aims to reduce friction during intercourse. When you feel the peak of pleasure, some women also experience some kind of ejaculation with clear discharge. This is also normal, and there is nothing to worry about.
This new condition needs to get more attention if the fluid also comes out even though it has not had sexual intercourse, the liquid is smelly, yellowish or greenish, accompanied by pain, the appearance of spots, itching, or the like. If so, then have your partner consult a dermatologist and a genital doctor for further examination and treatment.
Meanwhile, if there are symptoms that we mentioned above, avoid sexual intercourse first, ask your partner to regularly change underpants, avoid using tight pants and underpants, and do not need to use drugs in the female area without doctor's advice. So, hopefully answering your question.