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Started puberty soon. What ever mucus came out was sticky. What is wrong?

It s something I ve always wondered about, but never disclosed to ANYONE. I started puberty when I was around 11 or 12 and I would quite often find I was very literally stuck to my underwear. I knew about nocturnal emissions and wet dreams and such, even discovered masturbation although at that time, any ejaculate was very, well, watery but I would find that whatever came out and stuck me to my pants would be really thick and TGE colour of cream (ie. dairy product, not y know, dick cream!). As I say, I ve never discussed this with anyone, not even my Das, we didn t even ever have The Talk and I always wondered what was going on. Can you answer, please?
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

I went through your query and am fairly sure that the answer should satisfy you. Men attain puberty around the age of 12 or 13 and in your case it is good.

Normally boys don't go for masturbation practice immediately after that incident. They wait. Initial masturbation experiences results in thin liquid or sometimes no liquid at all. The pleasure will be good experience.

The thickness of seminal fluid increases day by day as the gonads were able to produce more and more sperms. This happens when boys mature sexually.

Sometimes it is also true that such seminal fluids come out thick and they will be sticky. In your case it is also true.

But I sincerely doubt your being over exaggerating your actual experience. Even if you are telling the truth, there is nothing to worry. You are clearly in the right path and don't worry about it. Enjoy sexual life.

Hope I cleared your doubts. Available to clarify further doubts.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 23 Aug 2013
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