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Had a small amout of white liquid on the tip of penis at the age of 13 years old

I am a 13 year old boy, about 130 LBS and i woke up one morning and i had a small amout of clear/white liquid on the tip of my penis (only about a drop) and there is a slight burn/sting when i pee, but it isnt painful at all. I have never had sex at all or anything like that. Please help? Tyler,,,
Asked On : Tue, 7 Jun 2011
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Hi Tyler,
Welcome to HCM.
You do not have to worry about it. It is sometimes seen in boys of your age and you can ignore it completely. Keep the penis and the surrounding area including the area under the skin clean by regularly washing with soap and water. You can clean the area under the skin by pulling back the skin, because whitish deposits tend to collect under the head of the penis, which needs to be regularly cleaned. So there is nothing to worry about.
Answered: Tue, 7 Jun 2011
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