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reonz
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So tonight my boyfriend and I were just talking, and he brought up that when he went to the bathroom, he didn't use the urinals because when he finished, he had to wipe off his penis and be extra sure he was done because sometimes he 'leaks'.
It doesn't sound like a big deal to me, but he seemed to have convinced himself that it was a problem, and possibly related to masturbating too much. I was just wondering if you had any thoughts.

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ASargent42
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That sounds completely normal to me. Masterbating too much would have no effect on leaking urine right after he finishes urinating, unless he does masterbates in physically harmful ways.

As far as I know, it's completely normal to have an extra drop or two come out after the fact.

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