... and also a small burning feelling when peeing that I sometimes continue to feel today. The fake urge to urinate passed with time but the redness and swollen is still there. ... (2 replies)
... or the last 10 months i haven't masturbate even single time. I have problem of of night emission weekly once. During day time if i am in orgasm, little amount of semen is coming out. When I urinate after orgasm one or two drops of semen is coming out. Now I stopped thinking bad things. But still this problem exists. ... (0 replies)
... Im 20years of Male. Not married neither had sexual relationship so far. I have spoted few drops of semen in my urine. ... (0 replies)
... Lately i have felt the urge to pee, often just after peeing, but when i go to urinate the semenflows out. but its not like a orgasm at all. it doesnt shoot or feel good. it just flows out. it also is accompanied by some aching in my left testicle. ... (1 replies)
... This is normal probably because you haven't ejaculated in a while/producing a lot of semen.
Don't worry! (6 replies)
... I think it is likely from a build up of semen. I don't believe it is unusual for this circumstance. Just my two cents.
Bob (6 replies)
... Why does Semen come out when I urinate? ... (6 replies)
... tonight before bed I went to urinate and it appeared as though semen came out some for the last bit. ... (1 replies)
... If it happens several times during the week, I would think that it's the meds. that you're taking. When I take alergy medications, I will get a discharge some times when I urinate, but this is not everyday. If I take the drug Actifed for my alergies, I will get a discharge. But putting the meds. aside, if I go a week with out sex with my wife, some times I will get a discharge... (4 replies)
... I am 19 and for the last couple weeks if I have to urinate a lot at the end a big glob of semen sometimes comes out. I was just wondering if anyone knows about this or if it is anything to worry about. ... (2 replies)
... Don't really remember, but your semen could be going into your bladder instead of coming out. Which i beleive would cause this to happen. ... (5 replies)
... Sometimes semen can come out during urination. This is especially true if you haven't been ejaculating regularly. ... (5 replies)
... Usually it is more likely to happen when there has been a longer period of time between ejaculations but that isn't always the case. The same muscles you use to urinate or deficate are used in the process of ejaculation. So, from time to time they will allow the release of some semen as well. ... (1 replies)
... Yep. The valve that opens and closes to allow semen through rather than urine may be weak. Oftentimes this results in retrograde ejaculation, where the semen flows up into the bladder rather than out the penis. ... (3 replies)
... Hey bud, we are "wired" that way, those two things aren't supposed to happen at all. It is common sometimes for us to release a bit of semen at the end of urination, particularly if its been a while since a "release" through masturbation or something sexual. ... (3 replies)
I've been back to the doctor who took a urine sample and although there is no visible traces of blood in my urine since nearly 2 weeks ago, it can be detected using a kind of litmus paper (not sure of the name).
He is going to arrange for me to see a specialist, privately, who apparently will want to do that thing with the tube which I'm not entirely sure if I can... (4 replies)
... I had this happen to me once and it did freak me out. No, it is impossible to urinate and ejaculate at the same time. But what you describe is not that and it was exactly what happened to me. ... (10 replies)
... moderate urine flow. When I had to urinate really bad, it was like my prostate would totally clamp down to where hardly any urine would pass. Oh my God! ... (3 replies)
... Im 20years of Male. Not married neither had sexual relationship so far. I have spoted few drops of semen in my urine. ... (10 replies)
... have noticed some of these symptons lately. Sometimes, with a very full bladder, starting the flow can be difficult. Also, while not incontinent, if the urge to urinate is strong, sometime a very small amount will flow uncontrollably. I'm beginning to think that a visit to a urologist may be in order. ... (0 replies)