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How to stop precum

hi, how can i keep myself always clean/empty form precum;i mean just after a simple erection.what should i do to not to have it just after a simple erection. appreciate your help.

Asked by datissab
4th June 2013 (in Lifestyle)

Tags: precum

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thanks for contacting us. Pre cum is a natural reaction to being sexually aroused, producing this natural lubricant. However not all men produce it, and the men that do, some will produce just a little and some will produce a lot. Try not to be worried or embarrassed by this, as I said it is perfectly natural reaction to being turned on, sexually excited. Obviously it could be difficult to know yourself if you are producing more than most me, as you prob unable to compare or feel comfortable discussing this with other men, but if you have a close male friend maybe discuss this with him and you may be surprised to hear he may too feel the same concern. Or if you feel you are producing too much, have a chat with you doctor or GP and I'm sure he can reassure you. We hope this has put your mind at ease but please get back in touch if you need to.

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Answered by team member Matt
7th June 2013

helo Matt, many thanks for your information and help.Since secretion of pre cum make me taking a shower every time it happens; is there any idea how to stop the fluid except in a real sex contact? Thankx alot Datissab

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Answered by Datissab
11th June 2013

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

I think it is bad enough that it is causing you to have to shower after this happens, you should go to your GP/Doctor to discuss this, as it should be so much that it means you need to clean yourself.

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Answered by team member Matt
12th June 2013

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Coming out

i have a major fear of coming out, and i feel like ive been denying it for so long ive backed my self into a corner where everyone thinks im straight, i have been asked if i am gay, but my mind tells me to say no, so i do, but yet you can tell that im gay, i even got asked by my brother and sister and still i refused to come out, i feel sick every time i picture the experience in my head, but my head tells me to tell people im not gay but i wear makeup, but i tell people that im metro sexual, im in a real mess and need some guidance.

Asked by danny
21st August 2010 (in Lifestyle)

Tags: gay

Hi Danny, many people fear the unknown and the reaction that they may receive when they finally have the courage to come out. All I would say is that its never as bad as you may fear. I believe that you would find counselling extremely beneficial. Don't make rash decisions at the moment, you'll know when the time is right. For further information, please see our coming out guide.



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Answered by Mark Castle-Woodhams
23rd August 2010

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Dealing with being gay

I'm a 23 year old male, and I've been attracted to other men since I was 15. I often struggle with my own thoughts on the subject. I've told my close friends and even my father, and they all accept me in the respect that I am gay. The only problem is that I'm not entirely thrilled myself about BEING gay. I believe in God, so I often have conflicts in my own beliefs about my lifestyle. I also want to have a family someday of my own blood, so this presents more challenges. I guess the main question here is How can I come to terms with my OWN sexuality?

Asked by anonymous
23rd June 2012 (in Lifestyle)

Tags: gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

hello and thank for getting in touch. Accepting that you are gay can be a really big issue for some people, for others it isn't, everyone's coming out story is different. For some accepting it about yourself can be the hardest part, harder than having to tell family or friends, and many struggle with this conflict for months or years. But its coming to that realisation in yourself that you didn't chose this, no one made you or forced you to be gay, it is simply just who you are. Realising and accepting this will give you the biggest sense of relief and weight off your shoulders. You have already told some friends and family already, but still struggling yourself, have you read our more in-depth guid on coming out on our site? If not, click the top right tab button 'coming out'. Sexuality and Religion can be tricky, and different people will interpret religious scriptures such as the bible for example, and use it in a negative way, others however are more open minded and don't use it to discriminate, there are many gay christian groups around the world, have a look online and see if there is a local one to contact to either attend or get support/answer questions from, I'm sure they would be more than willing to help someone in conflict. Regarding your concern for a family, it is becoming more and more easier and possible for gay people to have kids, whether that's via adoption or if you are strong belief about having your blood, then via surrogacy, again there are many pro gay family services online that could easily talk to you about your options.

If you live local to Swindon we can also provide you with free counselling service where you can discuss in confidential environment these issue is much greater depth, if you are not local, there is a very good chance a similar service would be availble to you in your area, but please do get in contact if you wish to use our service.

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Answered by team member Matt
27th June 2012

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How do I accept I am Gay :(

Hi I have had sexual feelings toward boys and other men since I was 14 years old. I always thought it would go away eventually but I am 22 years old today and my sexual urges to men are stronger than ever please help me to accept it. :(

Asked by Tim
16th May 2013 (in Lifestyle)

Tags: gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thanks for contacting MSH. We are sorry to hear you are struggling with your sexuality. You are not alone, people of all ages can find this a really difficult part of their lives. Being gay, bi, lesbian is perfectly normal, but due to many different reasons some struggle with accepting this part of themselves. Do you have a close friend or family member you can confide in, discussing this with someone you trust who can help support you during this struggle will be a big help. If not, and if you live in Swindon you could arrange to talk this through with one of our staff in confidence. We also have a big section dedicated to this on our website at the top menu labbled 'coming out', have a read through of that and hopefully you will find the information listed their useful. Accepting it in yourself is the first step of many, and this can take a long time for some, things will get easier though. Please do get back in touch if you would like futher support from a staff member or if you would like to use our Free counselling service.

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Answered by team member Matt
20th May 2013

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Gay/lesbian

i think my 18 yr old son may be gay. he is showing signs of lonelyness, he doesnt show a really interest in girls. he's had anger out burst, but wont tell me whats bothering him. should i ask him if he's gay or confused? i dont want to insult him. but i'm afraid he's holding something in and i dont want him to be another statistic.

Asked by NY
12th November 2013 (in Lifestyle)

Tags: gay

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thanks for your message. It's difficult to know what to do as a parent regarding such a topic. There is of course a chance what your son is going through may not have anything to do with his sexuality, just because he doesn't have a gf or show interest in them does not mean he is gay. It's normally best to let your child come to you when he feels right and comfortable to discus such a topic, being questioned about something he may not be ready to discus or deal with could make things worse. Instead find a casual way to bring it up in everyday conversations. Remark positively on a gay relative, friend, or celebrity. Or when talking about current events, introduce a topic like gay marriage and make it clear that it's not a subject you shy away from or have a problem with, but be subtle. Stonewall have produced a good leaflet about such an issue and can be downloaded using the following link http://www.stonewall.org.uk/documents/so_you_think_your_child_is_gay.pdf

If and when he does tell you, we hope you will supportive, if you live in Swindon and either yourself or your son would like further support with this issue please get in touch as we can provide one to one meetings and a free counselling service. We hope this has helped.

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Answered by team member Matt
14th November 2013