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Penis leaking semen? Because of a rupture in testical?

My doctor has examined my issue. She examined the fluid and confirmed it is not sperm, but prejaculatory fluid? It leaks most of the day. I am circumcised so cleanliness is not an issue. Doctor has no explanation, but told me that’s just how it is. Every time my doctor gives me an exam she notes the leakage. She did ask me if this happens only during the exam? “Would it happen if a male examined me” My response was…”It leaks daily”. She asked this because when she examines me the penis often becomes semi erect. Which does not happen with a male doctor. I have zero STDs. I asked her if that is why I have a spermatocele. My opinion is that I just have to much pressure in the testes and it caused a rupture. She said do not worry about it, but lets keep an eye on your spermatocele. Doctor said that the rupture has not changed in size the last 20 years. I am 38 years old. She said I’m normal, but I am ncurrently self conscience and embarrassed because of her questions and the issue. I may change doctors because of these statements? Any ideas on this issue? Thank you Jay.


In: Penis Health, Posted 4 years ago

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Hello And Greetings From Ayurvedic cure

Semen leakage is a matter concern as this can cause weakness and decline in sexual health of the person if happens for long time.

You say that when female doctor examines it become semi erect and semen fall out.
Well this is not a healthy sign as semen leaks just on touching and is semi erect. Obviously this will not happen when male doctor examines the penis. So this indicates that something is wrong as you say you have spermatocoele.
This condition is a result of Infection or any kind of traumatic injury.
This spermatocole contains a cyst of variable size sometimes not fainful and small in size then no traetment is required. If there is any testicular discomfort or the condition is painful surgery is recommended. But before planning for surgery second opinion is also required.

Further queries are always welcome.

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