I had had it before, and I was a little worried the first time I saw it, but something today just told me it was semen even though it had never registered before. The smell also gave it away after a little while but after googling a lot, everything made sense. The prostate begins to build up the carrier fluid for the semen a separate, smaller fluid and stores it to be used. If you've ever noticed that oftentimes with longer times of sex or stimulation comes a larger load, the sexual stimulation starts the process of creating the fluid. Through my days of little stimulation, there was still some unavoidable, natural build up and the prostate stores the liquid till later. I took a huge dump today which put pressure on the prostate and what had been built up came out at the end.
What Are Common Causes of Semen in Urine?
Semen Discharge In Urine Treatment to Stop Semen Leakage
I've been noticing for the past 2 days straight that when I am having a bowel movement, on the toilet, I will push hard to get the poo out and have noticed that after I am done urinating in the toilet that I expell a somewhat copious amount of semen-like substance. I am not sure if is semen, my gut tells me it is not semen Once in the toilet it floats on the top of the water in stringy-like particles that extend downward. Initially i thought this was originating from my stool I am terrified right now and have no idea waht's going on. Again, when I urinate regulary, there are no issues nor is there any sightly discharge. There are no pains when i am urinating like and STD should do, and I just feel a slight discomfort right now
Semen comes out after peeing
Both of these conditions can typically be treated, although they may cause some discomfort or pain in the meantime. Chronic recurrences may also be a sign that something else is wrong. Men who suspect that they are releasing semen with their urine should usually get evaluated by a medical professional to get to the bottom of the issue, as well as to rule out other possible conditions. During urination, the bladder contracts and bumps up against it, for instance.
Retrograde ejaculation Retrograde ejaculation During retrograde ejaculation, semen travels into the bladder instead of exiting the body through the penis. During a male orgasm, a tube called the vas deferens transports sperm to the prostate, where they mix with other fluids to produce liquid semen ejaculate. The muscle at the opening of the bladder bladder neck muscle tightens to prevent ejaculate from entering the bladder as it passes from the prostate into the tube inside the penis urethra. This is the same muscle that holds urine in your bladder until you urinate.