First of all, we are all advised to know the characteristics of male secretions so as to decide the fluid that comes out with the urine. Most probably what comes out with urine is Wady, which doesn’t necessitate Ghusl.

Sheikh Ahmad Kutty, a senior lecturer and an Islamic scholar at the Islamic Institute of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, states: “Ghusl (complete bath) is obligatory in the event of seminal discharge or ejaculation; this has been defined as the emission that follows sexual intercourse or through intense pleasure after contemplation of sexual activity or masturbation or wet dream. In the event of such a discharge, one must perform Ghusl in order to be eligible for Salah.

Having said this, however, I must add: Most probably what might be seen might not be seminal discharge; it is rather what is known as Wady; the rule of Wady is different from that of seminal discharge. Wady is a thick, white fluid that comes after urination, or after carrying a heavy weight or following strenuous physical activity; one need not perform Ghusl in this case; it is sufficient to wash the genitals and make a fresh Wudu’.”