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Discharge in non-sexually active male?

A few days ago I started noticing a discharge. It seems almost exactly like semen, but it is produced almost constantly. It doesn't seem to smell at all and it's white/colorless. I'm not sexually active, so I'm fairly confident that its not an STD.
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Do you have any other symptoms? Pain, burning, itching, anything?

You could have a urinary tract infection, urethritis (an infection in your urethra), an infection in your prostate - all which can be caused by other things than STDs.

https://www.healthline.com/health/male-discharge-non-std

How long has it been since you've been sexually active, including oral sex? Most men who get symptoms will get them within a couple of weeks after infection, depending on the infection, and it would be unusual to get them much later, but it's possible.

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What does the discharge looks like?
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