I don't have precum | Penile Disorders discussions | Family Health center | sympaticoaccessoires.com
Site Update 5 is up, and Fundraising Month continues! At what age does male pre-ejaculate typically dry up? I'm a guy in my 30s. Sometime around age 26 or 27 I pretty much stopped producing pre-ejaculate aka Cowper's fluid [NSFW] during masturbation. I'll still sometimes get a drop or two if I'm particularly aroused, but other times I'm totally dry.
Generally, people with penises will produce pre-ejaculatory fluid. It is necessary to lubricate the urethra , balance the pH level, and clear the way for sperm to have a safe journey. Without it, ejaculation would be a much more harrowing experience for sperm, who already have a heck of a journey ahead! Certainly, some people with penises may produce less than others, simply notice it less, or be more or less aroused from time to time.
Pre-cum aka pre-ejaculate is something you have likely encountered if you have sex with someone who has a penis. You know, scientifically speaking. No judgment here, heauxs! Read on to learn everything you need to know about pre-cum. Pre-ejaculate is a clear, colorless fluid that comes out of a penis when a guy is aroused and just before he ejaculates.