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Here are some ...: Since it is a pair of male exocrine glands (also called Cowper's glands) existing inside pelvic floor muscle right near both sides of verumontanum, the symptoms of its inflammation becomes somewhat obscure so not manifest as obvious and as often as those of Bartholin's glands in the females. Of course, some pain at anterior part of perineum with some burning voiding, etc. ...Read more
Volume & enhancement: Bulbourethral or cowper's gland produces pre-ejaulate to lubricate & pre-clean urethra ahead of sperm containing ejaculate. Also alkalinizes urethra plus neutralizes and eliminates any residual urine. Prostate produces approx 25% of seminal fluid, also alkalinizes semen and tends to protect sperm from vaginal acidity and improve the odds that sperm will reach and impregnate an ovum. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Help explain the discharge I have coming from my Cowpers gland when I have a bowel movement. This has been doing this for 25 plus yrs. Should I worry?
After: 25 years why the question?? its normal for you and will be for the next 25 years.. good luck ...Read more
How is it that supposebaly precum is semen if semen is from the testis and precum is from the Cowper's gland ?
Definitions : Semen is composed of the fluids released during intercourse from start to finish. This includes the fluids released from the seminal vesicles, prostrate, bulboureteral glands and testes. The semen that comes out prior to ejaculation can have spermatozoa in it either as left over from a previous ejaculation, or as premature release. Generally prior to ejaculation the levels of sperm are very low. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer