The nature of discharge in men in arousal

what is radiated in men when aroused

The distribution in men during arousal is a normal physiological phenomenon due to the processes taking place in the organs of the reproductive system.

In medicine, the secretion of urethral secretions during sexual stimulation is defined by the term libidinal urethra.

The amount of disposal may be different, as well as their nature. When an erection occurs, clear fluid of medium density usually comes out of the urethra. The amount and duration of excretion depend on the severity of sexual arousal.

Important: Discharge in men, when aroused, contains active sperm (in small quantities), which, penetrating the woman's vagina, can fertilize an egg.

Therefore, members of the stronger sex should be careful in case the partner's pregnancy is not planned.

In some situations, the amount of excretion is too large and this may mean the development of diseases of the genitourinary tract. Let's try to understand what phenomena are considered a deviation from the norm and what should not cause concern.

Pathological conditions

By assessing the discharge from the urethra in men, one can assess the condition of their urogenital system.

The appearance of uncharacteristic secretions from the urethra often serves as a symptom of the development of pathological disorders. In addition, some diseases can be suspected only on this basis, as other specific phenomena may be absent. In view of this, it is important to be careful of any changes in the quality and quantity of secreted secretions.

Nonspecific discharge in men with excitement or at rest often indicates the development of such pathologies:

  1. Inflammatory processes in the genitourinary tract caused by opportunistic microorganisms or infectious agents.
  2. Diseases that are infected through the genital tract (STD).
  3. Oncological pathologies.
  4. Complications after surgery.
  5. The effects of trauma on the genitourinary system.
the norm and deviations of excretion in men with arousal

The secretion secreted by the urethra may be scarce, appearing in moderation or abundance. It may also contain impurities of blood or pus. The color of the liquid can also be different - transparent, yellowish, greenish, etc. The consistency of the discharge (thick or liquid), as well as other characteristics, depends on the nature of the origin of the disorder and the type of pathogen. There are also factors such as the severity of the inflammatory process, the state of the immune system, the presence of concomitant diseases.

Viscous transparent discharge in men, when aroused or at rest, may indicate such infectious pathologies: mycoplasmosis, chlamydia, ureaplasmosis. Such a pathological secretion contains a large percentage of leukocytes. In the complicated course of these diseases, purulent impurities can be found in the discharge. If chlamydia develops, fluid builds up and sticks to the head of the penis, sticking to the foreskin.

Quite often the uncharacteristic discharge is the result of other infectious pathologies. We are talking about an infection with candidiasis, staphylococci or streptococci, Escherichia coli and so on. Men are worried not only about strange secretions, but also from other signs of damage - itching, redness, swelling of the tissues of the external genitalia.

The reasons for the appearance of pathological secretion can be the following factors:

  • non-gonorrheal urethritis;
  • hematorrhea;
  • prostatitis;
  • balanoposthitis;
  • spermatorrhea.

If men observe changes in the nature of the urethral discharge, then they should definitely seek professional advice, be examined and, if necessary, undergo appropriate treatment.

Normal states

To distinguish pathological from physiological separation, you need to know what is considered normal.

  1. Libidal urethrosis- that is, a secret formed under the influence of sexual stimulation.
  2. Sperm- the fluid leaving the urethra during ejaculation. Such secretion is white, contains a high percentage of sperm and secretion of the gonads. Sperm is produced during orgasm at the end of intercourse, masturbation or during ejaculation.
  3. Smegma- secretion secreted by glands located in the area of the penis on the head. Smegma does not occur in men who regularly perform hygienic procedures and monitor the cleanliness of the penis.


So, we understood what kind of discharge in men during arousal is a natural physiological phenomenon, and we also understood what should be alarming and causes contact with a specialist.

The members of the stronger sex are recommended to undergo regular preventive examinations by a urologist and be careful about their health!