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Postby forester » Mon Dec 26, 2005 11:54 pm

Is it normal for pre-adolescent boys (almost 11) to experience pre-ejaculate emissions and confuse it with urine?

I am unable to find written information on some of the pre-pubescent changes for boys around sexuality. Can you recommend any books for both pre-teens and parents on this subject?

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Postby forester » Thu Jan 26, 2006 4:10 am

I guess the doctor doesn't know, and neither does anyone else who has viewed my sincere inquiry out of the 26 times.

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Postby Dr. Heba Ismail » Fri Jan 27, 2006 7:02 am

We apologize for the delay, but this question had been long forwarded to another specialist to answer.
So as not to keep you waiting, no, it is not unusual for a child of this age to not know the difference, it is just a matter of ignorance on his side.
I have come across this website which you may find useful.
Best regards,

Dr. Heba Ismail, M.D.

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