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Bulbourethral glands also called Cowper glands are two small structures (pea-sized) that secretes lubricating mucus into the urethra during sexual arousal.

Each of the glands provide a fluid medium for the sperm (contribute mucus-containing fluid to semen).

These glands lie on either side of the urethra, at the base of the penis.


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