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Which glands add secretions to make semen?

The prostate gland secretes about 30% of the fluid, which mixes with the fluid from the seminal vesicle and the spermatozoa. The spermatic fluid or semen is formed by the secretions of the Testes, Seminal vescicles, Prostate gland and Bulbourethral… Full Answer

What is a Cowper gland?

A Cowper gland (also called a bulbourethral gland) is one of two small exocrine glands in the reproductive system of most male mammals. they are each about the size of a pea in humans, located below the prostate gland, which… Full Answer

Why is ejaculate white?

Semen is white in color. When you ejaculate your sperm passes though your ejaculatory ducts which are the seminal vesicles, the prostate gland and the bulbourethral gland, which makes the color vary. Full Answer

Why do males have bitter taste semen?

The taste of semen is individual to each male and can be affected by such things as diet. Also, the bitterness can come from the fluids produced by various glands, such as the bulbourethral gland or the prostate. Full Answer