What does male discharge say in men?

The male genital area is very susceptible to pathological processes, so the health of men must be closely monitored. With an erection, a secret is secreted, it is necessary to study the discharge in men when aroused. It is this fluid that can tell about men's health. The secret can be natural and warn about the pathological process.

If the discharge is considered normal

When excited, men should always keep a secret from the penis. The discharge is considered normal in a certain form.

Discharge in men, the norm and deviations
  1. Libidic urethorrhea.This is a transparent discharge without a specific smell that occurs during intercourse. Such a secret is essential as a natural lubricant. The secretion of secrets in these moments is minimal. A man with such a discharge does not feel uncomfortable. The secretory secretions comprise a small amount of spermatozoa that have active motility. If these secretions penetrate the vaginal flora, the partner can become pregnant. Therefore, doctors recommend that men who will have no offspring use condoms at the beginning of sexual intercourse and not until the end, which is practiced by many.
  2. Smegma.This is the secretion produced by the sex glands, which are located near the head of the phallus. Smegma has a yellowish-whitish color and an unpleasant aroma. With the accumulation of smegma in the area of ​​the head of the genital organ, the pathological process is not diagnosed. This discharge indicates poor hygiene.
  3. sperm.The release of fluid during arousal in men during ejaculation is called sperm. Sperm is a discharge of slimy consistency that has a specific odor. The onset of discharge from the urethral canal occurs at the moment when the maximum peak of sexual intercourse is reached. Sperm Composition: motile sperm with secretions produced by the glands of the genital organs. If this fluid enters the female vagina during ovulation (mid-month), conception of a child is possible. At this point, the greatest chance of conception, even in cases where a very small amount of seminal fluid was released during intercourse. In some men, a small ejaculation is associated with pathological processes, but this is a misconception. Some men have physiological properties in their bodies.

If high potency is characterized by low ejaculation with headache, groin pain, itching, hyperemia, a certain odor and other abnormalities, an urgent visit to the urologist is required.

Which discharge is considered pathological?

Not all erectile discharges are considered normal in men. Sometimes there may be an admixture of pus or blood.

There are a number of pathological reasons that require medical advice:

Discharge in men when excited what is it
  • copious or lean mass with lumps of clots;
  • painful syndrome in the sacro-lumbar region or in the chest;
  • disgusting smell;
  • urinates uncomfortably.

A discharge with a good erection in a man is specific and can warn of the development of pathology.

  • Inflammatory processes in the urinary and genital area that can be triggered by various harmful microorganisms.
  • oncological diseases;
  • sexually transmitted diseases;
  • complications related to inflammation of the urinary or reproductive system caused by injury or surgery;

Men are usually appalled to see a blood-stained discharge from the urethra. In most cases, such a discharge indicates the possibility of an oncological process, which, most often, can affect the male gland, testes and seminiferous tubules. However, it is necessary to consider a number of other symptoms that can be associated with these diseases.


  • painful urination;
  • red urine;
  • high temperature;
  • Mucus clots are detected from the urethral canal (usually this occurs at a late stage of development).

If a sticky transparent discharge of viscous origin with an unpleasant smell emerges from the urethral canal, it warns of the onset of an infectious pathology. Infection in a man can occur through sexual intercourse.

Additional signs are itching, reddening of the epidermis of the head and signs of a rash on the organ.

Infectious diseases that can affect the urinary and genital areas of the male body:

  • gonorrhea;
  • ureaplasmos;
  • herpes;
  • mycoplasma;
  • chlamydia.

If an infectious process develops from the male urethral canal, the genital organ secretes a secret with a large number of leukocytes, which makes the liquid viscous. This indicates the presence of pus in the sperm. This phenomenon warns of serious complications in the pathological process.

If there is no pus, there is no reason to postpone a visit to a specialized specialist (urologist). Premature treatment can lead to phimosis. Phimosis is the characteristic adhesion of the foreskin to the head of the penis. This pathology is treated only surgically.

Among the reasons that could provoke pathological discharge from the urethra, other infectious diseases may be involved, the development of which should be eliminated immediately. To do this, urgent medical help must be sought.

These include infections with Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, urethral canal and testicular fungus. This pathology is manifested as itching in the perineum, swelling of the scrotum, phallic head with hyperemia.

Certain diseases can cause these pathological processes with certain secretions:

  • balanoposthitis;
  • hemorrhea;
  • urethritis of the non-gonorrheal type;
  • Spermatorrhea.

These diseases can be characterized by bleeding from the urethral canal with additional pain in the groin and scrotum. Pain syndrome is also noted in the testicles while the man feels weak, body temperature rises, and urination is difficult.

What to do if a man has a pathological discharge?

If a man in an agitated state has unusual rejection of the urethral canal, he should seek medical advice. A specialized specialist will find the cause and help eliminate it. To do this, the urologist offers to undergo an examination and pass the necessary tests.


  • Smear from the urethral canal for the bacterial culture;
  • spermogram;
  • visit to the proctologist;
  • Examination of whole urine and blood;
  • Ultrasound examination of the organs in the small pelvis.

After a full examination and receiving the test results, a specialist can determine the cause of a specific discharge in men. After that, therapeutic therapy is prescribed, which will allow you to reduce unpleasant symptoms and prevent a pathological complication.

If patients do not immediately seek medical help for a course of therapy, then the progression of the disease threatens with the appearance of serious consequences that affect not only the conduct of a good sexual life, but also the general health of the male sex.

Some pathological processes can affect the entire urogenital area. Bleeding can open up during ejaculation, which is fatal.

To prevent pathological manifestations, which are expressed by abnormal discharge from the urethra, men should take their health seriously. To prevent diseases of the urinary and genital tract in the early stages, you should undergo a scheduled examination by a specialist every year.