Ok i have a question so someone who knows what they are tlaking about.
Everytime i make out with my girlfriend i get so stiff semen start to ejaculate but not alot like when you masterbate, but some comes out. My question is, is this normal and whats does it mean when my balls hurt after making out for awhile but no sex?
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Well it is most likley *pre-cum* its a clear fluid that comes out of your penis when you are aroused. It also has sperm in it, so whenever you do anything sexual with your partner you should always wear a condom.
"Pre-ejaculate" or "precum" is a slippery, sometimes slightly sticky fluid that has the ability to neutralize any acid (from urine) that might be inside the urethra. Since sperm do not thrive under acid conditions, pre-ejaculate helps to make the conditions in the urethra favorable for sperm to survive. The same fluid is also a component of semen itself. Because pre-ejaculate has to travel through some ducts that may or may not have sperm lurking in them, it is usually considered fairly likely that there will be live sperm in pre-ejaculatory fluid, though at lower concentrations than in semen. Pre-ejaculate can also carry disease organisms, including the HIV virus.
Also your testicals might hurt because you have "blue-balls". Here check out this artical on it. Blue Balls
Hope that helps!
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