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Problem after urination

Hi, i am 21 years old lad and i have a problem in urinating. I am a deep addicted of masturbation and my problem is after urinating,i leak a bit of watery and slightly sticky pre-cum liquid. i try to pass it away and my penis grows a bit bigger and i cant pass it away.After sometime i feel that i need to go to toilet again and use tissues. when i go to toilet i see that some watery and bit sticky liquid roll over.My penis also has some white rash. When i wash it properly, it emerges even after a day.The problem is started from 2 to 3 years ago.Should i stop masturbating forever to solve this problem?Is that the only solution? I want to give up this bad. I want to solve my urine problem as early as possible from a doctor. My family is a bit restricted and i am unable to tell this to my family. Please help me solve my problem easily so that i can take care of me by my self. Waiting for the answer........
 
  imran1260 on 2011-01-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please use the homeopathic patient intake form and give us the appropriate information about your case, and hopefully someone here will help you begin correct homeoapthic treatment.

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