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Functions of preseminal fluid
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Functions of preseminal fluid

Preseminal fluid is a clear fluid that is expelled from the male urethra before ejaculation. Among the functions of this pre-ejaculatory fluid, we can indicate the following:

  • To lubricate the urethra for the subsequent outflow of semen and to provide lubrication for sexual intercourse.
  • Neutralize the acidity of possible urine debris in the male urethra, as well as the vaginal environment.

However, the amount of pre-seminal fluid is not determined and may vary from a few drops to a considerable amount.

By (embryologist), (embryologist) and (psychologist).
Last Update: 12/09/2021