Penile Discharge

  1. Normal penile discharge or an STD

    Normal penile discharge or an STD
    Penile discharge can be either normal or abnormal. It comes from the urethra, but it's not urine. The primary function of the urethra is to eliminate urine that comes from the bladder. It also carries semen from the ejaculatory ducts. The urethra in men follows the length of the penis and is longer than that in women. The tip of the urethra lays on the tip of the penis. Although some discharge in men is natural, other types are... → Continue reading
  2. Penile Discharge Is A Quick Symptom Of An STD Infection

    Penile Discharge Is A Quick Symptom Of An STD Infection
    The penis is an external male organ that serves as both a copulation and urinary organ. STDs are linked to abnormal penile discharge. Do not manage any abnormal discharge on your own. Delaying treatment could make you worse off. In the United States, the most common STDs that could cause penile discharge are gonorrhea, chlamydia, mycoplasma species, and trichonomiasis. These STDs are health conditions that are products of the activities of certain bacteria that were contracted sexually. → Continue reading

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