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Semen Leakage

Semen leakage is quite common during sex-related activities like before or after an ejaculation, sexual thoughts, watching sexual content, and in many other conditions like in sleep while having sexually arousing dreams, post urination, and prostate gland inflammation or cancer. Although it is pretty natural to occur, excessive leakage might be embarrassing. Nerve damage due to brain tumor or injury and certain medications like anti-depressants, hormonal medications, etc., are also causes of semen leakage. Experts advise masturbating before bedtime, leading a stress-free life, and preventing prostate problems by maintaining a healthy weight and diet to prevent semen leakage.

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Is it normal to have sperm discharge while urinating?

Query: Hello doctor, I feel back pain on my left side and sometimes sperm discharging when I pee. I have taken many kinds of medicine like Jivan Porush. Now going to use Confido. Can you suggest me some good medicine? I am 24, 5'8", weight 110.23 Ibs.  Read Full »

Dr. Ishwar Chandra Rai

Answer: Hi, Welcome to As you mentioned in your complaints that you have left side back pain. In this concern, I would like to say that it may be due to constipation, colitis, injuries in the backbone, renal stone, etc. It can be managed. Sperm discharge issue occurs while defecation or other...  Read Full »

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