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I have two odd questions(odd to me).

1. If you have a pretty serious curve in your dick when you get hard, is there any way to fix it?/make it just go straight?(fyi:It's always been like that)

2. When I'm doing things with my girlfriend and I make her come on the outside, it's not clear(not sure if its all the time or not), it has eigther a brownish or a yellowish tint to it. Now I'm almost positive I heard that when seriously aroused neigther male or female can urinate. That would be the main concern but otherwise what is it?

(P.S. If this is the wrong place for eigther and or both of these questions I apologise in advance)

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Welcome to Scarleteen, John123!

1. Many men have a curvature to their penis; it's normal variety. There is no need to fix it. If it proves troublesome during sex, you should experiment with different positions.

2. What you're describing may be female ejaculate if it occurs before or during orgasm. If she's noticing that her normal discharge is brown or yellow, however, she should get into her doctor to check for infection.

(Don't sweat it. This would be more suitable in Sex Basics and Sexual Health, so I'll move it. See you there!)

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