Discharge from the genitals of men and women is normal, but it can sometimes be indicative of illness. Often, pathological discharge becomes a signal of sexually transmitted diseases.
Ejaculating in a man when excited is called pre-ejaculation. It is secreted by Cooper's urethral glands. Littre's glands are an additional site for pronucleation. They secrete a slimy liquid. Their number varies and depends on the characteristics of the organism or the duration of the abstinence. This secretion contains sperm, which can fertilize an egg.
The anal glands secrete a secretion that keeps the urethra moist, maintains an alkaline environment and is a favorable environment for sperm to survive as they pass through the urethra.
Pre-ejaculate is also secreted during masturbation, to prevent penetration, during the early stages of intercourse.
The function of this secretion is to neutralize the acidic environment in the urethra produced by urine. In the vagina, there is also an acidic environment, due to the process of pre-ejaculate penetration, the environment changes to alkaline, contributing to the survival of sperm. Another function is the role of lubrication in the close-up process.
Ejaculating in men when aroused is a natural physiological response of the body.
Smegma is a physiological secretion from glands located on the tip of the penis. Their number is small. They are removed for hygiene and do not bring discomfort. In the absence of hygiene or non-compliance with the rules, smegma accumulates under the foreskin and can lead to inflammatory diseases such as balanitis.
Sperm is secreted during ejaculation, it contains genital secretions and sperm.
Ejaculation is an involuntary ejaculation, usually occurring during sleep, during puberty or in men who abstain for a long time.
If a man notices that the amount of these discharges and their nature has changed, he should consult a doctor. Pathological discharge in men can be cloudy, gray, yellow, thick, and viscous. Their appearance is accompanied by a burning sensation, pain and discomfort in the urethra.
Normal indicators of male hospital discharge
During stimulation, secretions in men according to specific gravity. If a person watches his health, then he will know his stats.
Usually, they are transparent in color, do not have a pungent odor, are quite thick and sticky.
Physiologically, secretions increase with prolonged abstinence. In this case, they become thicker and more opaque in color. Allocation rate:
- watery and transparent;
- odor is not expressed;
- average density.
Food, stress, chronic illness, bad habits can affect the change of secretions.
The rules of intimate hygiene for men:
- Use neutral acid soap.
- Wash genitals 2 times a day.
- Clean the glans by pulling the foreskin.
- Avoid overheating the testicles.
- Linen should be wide and made of natural fabrics.
Female discharge from hospital
The discharge in women upon stimulation is colloquially known as lubricating. It has the appearance of a clear, odorless liquid. The fluid is secreted by the epithelial glands of the vagina. And it also includes white blood cells and microorganisms, which are representatives of the normal microflora of the vagina.
Vaginal discharge is also secreted in a normal state, its amount is up to 5 ml per day. When stimulated, the number increases due to the blood supply to the gonads. Depending on the physiological characteristics of the body, some women have more, some have less.
Ejaculation when stimulated is a completely normal physiological phenomenon in women.
Thanks to the presence of lubricants, comfortable penetration of the penis into the vagina is ensured. During ovulation, the composition of vaginal secretions will change to ensure conception.
In addition, the composition of vaginal discharge changes throughout the menstrual cycle. At the beginning of the cycle, they are transparent and watery. Their function at this stage is to protect the mucous membranes from infection. As they get closer to ovulation, they thicken and smell like egg whites. After ovulation, the amount of discharge gradually decreases and the girlfriend gets dry in the days before her period.
Normal indicators of vaginal discharge
Female discharge rate:
- liquid, transparent;
- jelly-like during ovulation;
- a small amount increases near ovulation and decreases afterwards;
- weak smell, no unpleasant shade;
- does not irritate the vaginal mucosa or the skin of the external genitalia;
- not accompanied by subjective feelings.
During intercourse, the amount of mucus secreted from the vagina increases - a sign of sexual arousal.
Ejaculation occurs in women at the time they reach orgasm. It does not contain the same germ cells as male ejaculate. It is excreted from glandular tissue located near the urethra. Unlike men, such secret disclosure can happen multiple times during a single sex session. Its amount is much higher than that of men. Abundant ejaculation indicates a woman's maximum orgasm.
Hygiene rules for the normalization of vaginal discharge:
- Use special soap to clean the intimate area. The preparation should include lactic acid to maintain the acid-base environment in the vagina.
- With a large amount of discharge, must use tampons daily, change often.
- Wear natural fabrics.
- You should shower twice a day.