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Does excessive masturbation cause STD or excess white discharge?

Can over masturbation give u an sti or std cause I only have a white discharge after I poo, there s no burn sensation, I do need to urinate three to four times when I drink water regularly. Recently the discharge starts out white then it turns clear and gets sticky. There s no oder no pain and some times when I urinate not a lot comes out. Could u help me and tell me what s wrong?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
welcome to Healthcare Magic.

Masturbation is not harmful for health and more than 80% man and woman masturbate in some point of the time. In present situation if you are not masturbating more than 4-5 times per week than there is no problem. If you are masturbating more even then it is not harmful but it is better to decrease the frequency of it. There is no need for medical treatment for it in your case.

STD occur after unprotected sex. It do not happen with masturbation. But from your problem description, it is possible that, you may have urinary tract infection. It is better to get yourself evaluated by general physician and start treatment. Till that time take healthy diet and drink plenty of water.

Wish you all the best.

Dr Ashish Kumar Mittal
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta's  Response
Masturbation doesnt cause any STD.
If there is no history of any unprotected sex with a stranger then,what you are describing is non-specific (ie non-STD) urethritis (NSU) which may or may not be due to an infection.  The initial step would be to do a culture of the discharge.
If the culture is negative, you probably do not have an infection.  In such a case, the discharge is probably coming from either the prostate or Cowper's glands.  
Your condition may be due to congestive prostatitis
Arousal without ejaculation causes the prostate to swell with fluid producing tension on the prostate’s capsule.  This may occur with prolonged foreplay, with coitus interruptus, or by holding back ejaculation during intercourse or masturbation. 

There are a variety of symptoms that may occur with this condition. Stool passing through the rectum may push on the distended prostate producing a penile discharge.  Prolonged sitting (you sit on the prostate) can cause the discharge to be noted before voiding.  At the end of urination, as the bladder is emptying out the last few drops of urine, it actually squeezes the prostate.  If the prostate is congested, one may note  fluid at the end of urination.
Just do sitting in a warm bath tub should help you.Also enjoy more sex so that you ejaculate more,which should help in decongesting your prostate.
If you don't get relief,then get a culture of prostatic fluid and urethral endoscopy done after consulting a urologist,but I hope it should be all right by sitting in a bath tub.
Answered: Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Critical Care Specialist Dr. Sadiq Mughal's  Response
Hi thanks for your question.
No masturbation doesn't cause STD.White discharge could be due to yeast infection.Consult a physician for the treatment of your yeast infection.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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