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Foul smell and wetness when weather is cold. History of kidneys getting cold in winter. Solution?

Hi, i am a male student. I have to sit a lot for studying. When the air is a bit cold i feel my underwear get wet and begin smelling. Even when i drink cold water i feel the same. However, when i walk around i don t feel any of them. These all started when my kidneys got cold 5 years ago in the winter and still continues all year long. I would be grateful if you provide solution for me. Thanks.....
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
Thanks for writing in.

From your problems, I understand that you may be engrossed with books for long hours and avoid getting up when your bladder is full. You may also be physically trying to control your urge for urination by trying to touch your crotch region. This action might be entirely unintentional. This may cause slight urinary leak or pre ejaculatory fluid leak (few drops) which then make your inner wear wet and some what foul smelling.

Please do not stop your urge for urination when it comes.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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