my boyfriend and i were messing around earlier today. i was giving my boyfriend a hand job and when i rubbed my palm against his tip really fast he got excited so i kept going and he squirted out a watery, clearless liquid and there was a lot of it. at first we thought he cummed but then after seeing the discharge find out it was not milky so we figured precum. when i did the same thing a few minutes later the same result occurred. when we were done we got off the bed and my sheets were very wet from the precum. but then i smelled something and when i bent down and sniffed the wet spot it smelled like urine and he agreed. but we were confused because we thought when a guy is hard and is in a sexual experience, he is not supposed to be able to urinate. now my boyfriend is kind of concerned and so am i. is it possible that precum can smell like urine? or is there something else that might be going on? thanks for your help!
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Urine and ejaculate come through the same channel, so them smelling similar (though urine is usually odorless) is common. Ejaculate also isn't always as milky sometimes as it is other times.
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