What Is the Function of the Cowper's Gland?


The Cowper's glad is a sex glad in a male. It's primary function is to release a mucous that will aid in neutralizing any urine in the urethra prior to ejaculation.
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Bulbourethral gland or Cowper's gland is a pea-sized gland in the male that discharges a component of seminal fluid into the urethra.
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A bulbourethral gland is also known as the Cowper's gland. The gland excretes a lubricating mucus that is important for sex. The gland was discovered by William Cowper, an anatomist who lived from 1666 until 1709.
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