When does a man release Cowper's fluid?
Well they can see it but they cant feel it when it happens However precum or cowpers fluid as it is properly called has no sperm in it unless it was contaminated by a previous ejaculation and its is reasonably unlikely, However there is just no way that a man can know if he has let any actual semen with sperm in it get away prior to his orgasm. And it happens often.
you can not get pregnant unless sperm is in contact with the egg if you are just talking about him "pulling out" before he ejaculates that is very unsafe sexually.men before they ejaculate at some time after the man inserts his penis into a vagina or mouth or anything that can help him get orgasm he experiences something called cowpers gland secretion sometimes called "Pre-Cum" this fluid contains sperm.
If a male vasectomy does not remove the cowpers glandes and pre-ejaculate fluid comes from these glades. If pre-ejaculate always had sperm wouldn't a lot more men with an vasectomy be having children?
The Cowpers gland (bulbourethral gland) is a male sexual gland. It provides fluid to lubricate and clean the lower urethra, which may have residue left from its use during urination. During sexual arousal each gland produces a clear, viscous secretion known as pre-ejaculate. This fluid helps to lubricate the urethra for spermatozoa to pass through, it neutralizes traces of acidic urine in the urethra, and helps flush out any residual urine or foreign matter. It…
yes sometimes fluid is released from the penis which contains sperm before ejaculation the liklihood is that the man will be very arroused and will release this fluid...but the odds are reduced though but I would say if you do not want to get pregnant wear a condom man...and help not to spread unwanted diseases