Is urethral whitening a disease?
After defecation or urine, most of the milky liquid discharged from the urethra is prostatic fluid, and a few may contain seminal vesicle glandular fluid, without sperm. The prostate and seminal vesicle are part of the male reproductive system, located in front of the rectum and under the bladder. The prostatic fluid and seminal vesicle fluid they secrete are part of the semen.
The prostate and seminal vesicles have strong secretory functions, producing several milliliters of liquid every day. Its main component is water, with minimal nutrients. If there is no ejaculation, prostatic fluid will be discharged with urine, or it may be discharged due to stool squeezing the prostate. Generally speaking, in the morning, it is relatively easy to experience vaginal discharge.
Frequent Whitening Beware of Prostatitis
A single urethral discharge does not represent a serious lesion, and if the patient does not have obvious discomfort, special treatment may not be required. Can make some lifestyle adjustments, such as appropriate and regular sexual activity; Avoid drinking alcohol and spicy diets; Avoid bad habits such as holding urine.
However, a small number of people may experience urethral discharge, which may be related to prostatitis. How should this be determined? When the prostate is inflamed, this phenomenon of white dripping is very common. Frequent white dripping, more fluid flowing out, and more turbid, accompanied by other corresponding symptoms, may be chronic prostatitis. If the bleeding is serious, it must be treated as soon as possible. Long term dripping of prostatic fluid will have a great impact on sexual function.