Adolescent spermatorrhea is a common clinical phenomenon, generally speaking, it has little effect on development.
Teenagers are more energetic during puberty, and may be sexually stimulated, which can easily lead to spermatorrhea.
Of course, if teenagers have particularly frequent spermatorrhea, it may be caused by some abnormal conditions, such as prostatitis, seminal vesiculitis and other pathological changes, which may lead to frequent spermatorrhea. At this time, it is necessary to pay attention to it. It is recommended to go to the regular hospital for examination in time. After a definite diagnosis, active treatment is needed to improve the above symptoms.
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