Asked for male, 32 years old from Kolkata
It's normal for guys to have mucous-like fluid (pre cum) when the penis is erect or sexually aroused. This fluid is usually clear to whitish and can vary in amount. Cum is released when guys orgasm (ejaculate). This fluid is made of semen and sperm, usually spurts out, and can also differ in amount
Semen leakage or leakage of pre-ejaculatory fluid due to sexual arousal usually requires no treatment. In fact, this is both common and normal.
On the other hand, if you’re experiencing premature ejaculation, this is a different concern. Premature ejaculation involves ejaculating sooner than you and your partner would like, or being unable to delay your ejaculation during intercourse. This can occur due to an underlying condition, although most often it’s a psychological reason.
Treatments for premature or early ejaculation may include:
Behavioral changes. Your doctor may suggest that you start masturbating an hour or two before having intercourse.
Physical therapy and exercise. By doing pelvic therapy and practicing Kegels, you can help control your ability to start and stop. This may help delay ejaculation.
Certain medications. You may use a topical desensitizing cream which will reduce stimulation and help to delay orgasm. Your doctor may also prescribe a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), which can be effective, especially when used in combination with behavioral and physical therapy.