Semen In Urine / semen leakage ?
To understand semen leakage, we first have to understand semen. When a man ejaculates, the whitish fluid that’s released from the penis is called semen. It’s made up primarily of seminal fluid, which is produced by the prostate and the seminal vesicles. Seminal vesicles are the small glands located behind the prostate. A small percentage of semen is made up of sperm.
Semen is generally thought to only leave the penis during sex or masturbation. But sometimes, semen can exit the end of a penis without the person being sexually aroused.
Semen leakage is a common occurrence during sexual activity. There are also conditions that may cause semen leakage. Some may have a direct cause that can be treated, while others don’t necessarily require any medical intervention at all.
Semen leakage or any other concerns related to your reproductive system should be discussed with your primary doctor or a urologist.