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Precum Cowper Gland
How is it that precum has sperm in it if the sperm is made in the testis and precum is from cowper's gland?
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 more
So if precum is from the Cowper's gland and Sperm from the testis how does it have sperm if no previous ejaculation occurred?
Good question: Sperm originates in testis, travels to ejaculatory ducts via epididymis & vas deferens. Sperm can escape from ejaculatory ducts & travel down urethra during sex or masturbation. Thus sperm can be washed out of penile urethra by escape of pre-cum from Cowper's gland duct. This has been cause of many unwanted pregnancies & is danger of so called "withdrawal" method of contraception. ...Read more
If precum comes from the Cowper's gland, how could you become pregnant if it has no sperm in the Cowper gland?
See below: Your question is a good one and this is one area where good scientific studies are lacking. You're correct: in most men, pre-cum originates from Cowper's gland which does not produce sperm. But viable sperm has definitely been noted in some men's precum which is likely EITHER viable sperm remaining in the urethral tract from prior ejaculation OR from an overflow of sperm-containing prostate fluid. ...Read more
Why is there sperm in precum when it comes from the Cowper's gland and a man hasn't even ejaculated recently and had urinated alot?
If precum is made in the cowper's gland and sperm in the testis? How can precum have sperm in it if it's made in two different places?
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
May need examiantion: It seems like you are referring to your Groin area where lymph nodes are normally situated. If there is any infection or inflammation in the leg or lower abdomen, these nodes can enlarge temporarily. If the welling is progressive and does not settle down in 2-3 weeks, you need to see your doctor for a medical examination. ...Read more
20th day til 25th (now) left side of uterus/pelvis feels tight. On 24th uterus/pelvis feels hard. Precum couldve entered on 7th day. 32day cycle. Preg?
Take the test: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more
Excess ETOH: Your vomiting is due to night of drinking - perhaps you should stop the ETOH consumption. Re. the pelvis glands??? this is probably muscular from vomiting. ...Read more
What is the difference in the function of the prostate gland, cowper's gland and seminal vesicles?
Here are some, but..: Behind what we know always hides something we still don't know. Up to now, prostate gland is known to provide fluid as the major part of semen to nurture & protect sperms, Cowper's gland is inside the posteriolateral aspect of the wall of membranous urethra, and seminal vesicles are to store semen and will contract coherently to ejaculate the semen outward. More? Welcome to contact me. ...Read more
How does pre ejaculation fluid (pre cum) contain sperm if the sperm is made in the testes and the pre ejaculation fluid is made in the cowper's gland?
Proximity: + muscle contractions and local movement.Get a more detailed answer ›
Thyroiditis: You may be suffering from inflammation of throid gland known as thyroiditis. Make an appointment with dr. And get evaluated. Thyroiditis has several sub types. Hashimoto's thyroiditis caused by antibodies that attack the thyroid. Subacute thyroiditis. Possibly caused by a viral infection. Postpartum thyroiditis and drug induced thyroiditis caused by some medication like lithoum, amiodarone ...Read more