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Little semen comes out prior to ejaculation. Reason?

Hi, I am a little concerned about my sexual health . Sometimes when I ejaculate I recently noticed that a little bit of semen may come out (literally squit out) before I actually climax. It is usually more clear. So first I see this little bit of a squirt and shortly after (maybe a full minute after) the actual full ejaculation . This is almost like ejaculating twice! Is this normal? I never had this before. It has only started up recently...(I am 50 years). Is this part of growing older? Thank you very much for helping with this issue that is sometimes hard to talk about....
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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Jun 2015
Hello dear..
The clear fluid coming out from the penis before actual ejaculation is known as Pre-ejaculatory fluid (Seminal fluid, Cowper's fluid or pre-cum)
It is similar in composition to semen, though there are some chemical differences.
However, studies have found low levels of sperm in the fluid.

Pre-ejaculatory fluid acts as a lubricant and also neutralizes the acidic medium of urethra & vagina...as sperm cannot survive in an acidic environment.
So...there is nothing to worry about it.
As it is very normal.
Wishing you a Good Health. Let me know if I need to clarify further.
Thanks & take care.
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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