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Getting semen in urine after masturbation. What is the problem?

I LEFT MASTERBATION SINCE THREE DAYS BUT TODAY WHEN I URINATED ,SMALL AMOUNTS OF SOME STICKY LIQUID STARTED TO COME OUT ,SADLY IT MADE ME TO MASTERBATE,I LEFT MASTERBATION AFTER FIVE YEARS,I NOW FEAR MY ALLAH AND GUILTY AND SEEKING FORGIVENESS FOR THIS SIN,MY AGE IS 19,IN HOW MANY DAYS WILL I GET BACK TO NORMAL IF I STOP MASTERBATING AND HOW TO GET RID OF LIQUID CAME OUT... ? PLEASE HELP DOCTOR ..?
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM.

Thank you for your query.

Although masturbation has not been mentioned as a sin in Islam, it is a sin to require any type is stimulation (eg. pornography). Please clear this thought from your mind.

Semen is produced on a daily basis, and most commonly the semen that you ejaculate today was produced at least 3 days prior. As you have chosen to avoid masturbation, although this can lead to built up frustration, you can return back to your normal activity and life almost immediately. There is no period or recovery period at all.

The sticky fluid is called the 'pre-ejaculatory fluid', this is just a lubricant that is produced which very rarely has sperm in it. This is completely normal, and you should not worry about this at all.

I hope I have succeeded in providing the information you were looking for. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications. I would gladly help you.

Best wishes.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Gustav Gous's  Response
You will not have semen 3 days after mastrubation. When you ejaculate (mastrubation or otherwise), some semen stays behind in the urethre and this will then flush out when urinating, this is normal. Be aware that a whitish discharge from your urethra may also be infection . I will not be worried if I where you because this will not cause any long term or permanent damage, but I do suggest you see a doctor to Annalise your urine to determine the cause of the discharge.
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