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TimS
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How much precum is normal for a guy to produce, because I end up secreting a lot. I mean a lot. And it doesnt even take a full erection for it to happen, mostly Im just barely aroused, but I notice that my boxers are really damp. Sometimes, especially if Im wearing pants or in an awkward position and get closer to a full erection, the tip gets around the edge of my boxers and I actually get some on my pants. Needless to say this is really embarassing, I very rarely have enough to go through my boxers, which is just as embarassing. This only happens with girls, I can look at porn with my pants on, even do a bit of rubbing through my pants(obviously not fully get off) without anything happeneng. It seems rediculous for this to happen without even full arousal, is this normal and is there anyway to avoid these unfortunate occurances?
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"Normal" guys can produce hugely varying amounts of pre-ejaculatory fluid, from barely noticable to copius amounts. What you described seems completely normal to me.
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To stop this from happening again, you'd have to avoid the situations that cause it. At school, there's not much you can do except think about "Margret Thatcher naked on a cold day" or whatever. Guys do get unwanted erections, more so when they're younger. These erections aren't as noticeable as you might think, either.

When you're alone with a girl, she probably doesn't notice, and she's probably producing secretions of her own. If she says something, make a little joke out of it... nothing to be embarassed about.

Slightly tighter fitting underwear like boxer briefs might keep your erection from moving around if that's a problem.

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TimS
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Well, erections arent the problem, I can keep them from being noticeable, its the spots on my pants that Im having more trouble dealing with, but thanks for your help, and nice to know that this is in fact normal. And as far as getting noticed, Im not too worried about her seeing, I think she has anyway so too late for that, its if we're at a party or something, go away for a little while and I come back with wet spots on my pants that would be embarassing.
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