Pre-ejaculation Fluid That Often Comes Out Is Excessive?
, I want to ask, can this percum fluid (pre-ejaculation) be stopped? Because it bothers me a lot. Thank you
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Percum fluid or often called pre-ejaculatory fluid (before ejaculation occurs) is produced from the Cowper's gland, which is at the end of the penile duct, is clear and odorless. The pre-ejaculation fluid is alkaline, it functions to protect sperm from the more acidic vaginal environment. Broadly speaking, this fluid has many benefits for men, especially in carrying out their sexual functions. This fluid will generally be produced when men experience sexual urges. Because the prejaculatory fluid-producing gland is located near the tip of the penis, it helps the urethra (the channel through which urine and sperm excrete in the penis) is more elastic and slippery, so that sperm can be removed more easily.
Pre-ejaculation fluid generally does not contain sperm, because the place where sperm is produced is different from the production of this fluid. Although some experts claim that there may be a small amount of sperm in the pre-ejaculatory fluid, it is unlikely that this fluid can cause pregnancy to occur. Please note that every man can produce pre-ejaculatory fluid in varying amounts. There are those who produce in large quantities, little to no yield at all. It is quite unfortunate if the prejaculatory fluid cannot be produced considering its very large function for men. So that regarding your complaints, you need to know that the prejaculatory fluid has a lot of benefits for men, if you get an excessive amount that bothers you, then I suggest checking with your nearest andrology specialist to get proper examination and treatment. I have submitted so much information, hope it helps
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