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What are bulbourethral gland diseases?

Prostate problem: The bulbourethral galnds are infront of the prostate and add fluid to the semen when you ejaculate. The glands can get infected and typically cause symptoms like a prostate infiction. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of an inflamed bulbourethral gland?

What are the symptoms of an inflamed bulbourethral gland?

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

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What do the prostate and the bulbourethral gland contribute to semen?

What do the prostate and the bulbourethral gland contribute to semen?

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 more

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Could use your help docs! my bulbourethral gland itches do I have a std?

Could use your help docs! my bulbourethral gland itches do I have a std?

With or without: itching - can't tell you if you have an STD. Some STD's are silent. If you have had unprotected sex- getting tested is prudent. Take care. ...Read more

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What causes a swollen gland in the area where the pelvis and leg connect? On the left side.

What causes a swollen gland in the area where the pelvis and leg connect? On the left side.

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

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Night of drinking. intense vomiting now has swollen tender pelvis glands?

Night of  drinking. intense vomiting now has swollen tender pelvis glands?

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

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What can you do to stimulate the pituitary gland?

What can you do to stimulate the pituitary gland?

Several ways: Exercise is one of the easiest and most natural ways to stimulate the pituitary gland.
Maintaining a proper body weight often helps to stimulate the pituitary gland and increase production of hgh and eating healthy diet. ...Read more

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Will pumpkin seed oil make cowper's gland bigger?

Cowpers: Perhaps you discovered something new but science has not investigated it properly so i can't give you an honest answer. We call it the bulbourethral gland. ...Read more

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What is a chick glands ?

Chick glands: I googled this and find nothing under "chick glands" as a disease. But perhaps you are trying to get help with home work? Recommend Atlas of Chick Development page 123 on Google Books as a start. ...Read more

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What is the mummary gland?

What is the mummary gland?

Mammary gland?: A mammary gland is an organ in the breast that produces milk to feed young offspring. ...Read more

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What causes hyperplasia of a gland?

What causes hyperplasia of a gland?

Which gland: Different glands have different stimuli to which they respond. Breast responds to sex hormones, adrenal responds to ACTH, some glands enlarge, though not strictly hyper-plastic due to inflammation, e.g. salivary glands. You may view this site: https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/003441.htm
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more

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How do you express the mebomian glands?

Not sure: Tell me more because i'm not sure what you mean. ...Read more

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How calcitonin functions in the glands?

How calcitonin functions in the glands?

Acts on bone: Calcitonin is a hormone made in the thyroid gland and released into the blood. . Its main action is to reduce the activity of bone cells which break down bone (osteoclasts). It is sometimes used to treat osteoporosis. ...Read more

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Are submandibular glands different sizes?

Are submandibular glands different sizes?

They vary in size: All the salivary glands differ in size from person to person and can vary in size from left to right size. ...Read more

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What are sweat glands?

What are sweat glands?

Water secreting: Mammal have glands in the skin that excrete water to regulate body temperature. You may consult this site for more information on this topic.
https://www.britannica.com/science/sweat-gland

For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more

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What are sublingual glands?

What are sublingual glands?

Salivary glands: There are three sets of salivary (spit/saliva) glands. The parotid (in front of both ears), the submandibular (just under the mandible on both sides) and the sublingual (under both sides of he tongue). ...Read more

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How to reduce enlarged glands?

How to reduce enlarged glands?

See your doctor: The answer for you is to be seen by your doctor so that he/she can determine why you have enlarged glands, and what is the best course of action to take to help resolve them, if needed. ...Read more

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What does the pineal gland do?

Pineal gland: Please go to Google and type in "pineal gland function".
You will a list that includes videos and images.
Go through both of them carefully and you will find your answer.

Images may be the best start.

When you have that under control think about writing an article for a newspaper. ...Read more

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Can TMJ feel like swollen gland?

Possible: Inflammation of the TMJ would indicate severe trauma or damage (i hope this is not the case). Possibly it is another structure that is swollen, get an evaluation with your dentist! ...Read more

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Could i donate my adrenal glands?

Could i donate my adrenal glands?

Not indicated: The medullary portion of the adrenal is responsible for producing the adrenaline compounds and the cortex for expression of cortisone. When an adrenal is lost replacement is not indicated since the functional loss is easily replaced with the necessary oral mediation. ...Read more

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How can I close the pineal gland?

Pineal gland: No you cannot close the pineal gland. Please add some more information that is worrying you. ...Read more

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What are the endocrine glands for?

What are the endocrine glands for?

Great question!: Endocrine glands (thyroid, adrenal, and pituitary glands, among many others) produce hormones. A hormone is a molecule which is released into the blood to travel to other cells. When the hormone meets a receptor molecule in these other cells, the hormone can change the activity of that cell. For example, Insulin is a hormone which promotes the uptake of glucose in other cells in the body. ...Read more

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Are lymph glands big with lymphoma?

Are lymph glands big with lymphoma?

Maybe: Enlarged lymph nodes (lns) may be associated with lymphoma, but the differential diagnosis (other causes) includes infection, inflammation, etc. Likewise, lymphoma often causes enlarged lns but not always. I have a recent patient with normal sized lns that are pet+ ("active") but with lymphoma in bone marrow. Lns may not be palpable and "hidden" inside body as well. ...Read more

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How to decalcify your pineal gland?

How to decalcify your pineal gland?

You can't,: and you don't need to. Pineal calcifications are common incidental findings on imaging studies. Unless there is an associated tumor, no treatment is necessary. ...Read more

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Why do lymph glands become swollen?

Why do lymph glands become swollen?

Infection, cancer: Lymph nodes swell when they 'catch' a virus or bacteria. Immune cells multiply to fight the infx, causing swelling of the node(s). U can have 1 swell without other symptoms of illness. If it persists > 2-3 wks, get checked out. If a node is painful, it's more likely due to infx than something like cancer. The nodes 'catch' cancer cells that multiply & enlarge the ever-growing nodes. ...Read more

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What causes swollen mastoid glands?

What causes swollen mastoid glands?

Lymph nodes: I assume you mean the glands near the mastoid processes behind the ears. Probably lymph nodes. Can be due to local infection, llike scalp infection. If it persists, see your md. ...Read more