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What causes pre ejaculation secretion with a partial erection?

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Hi sorry for contacting you again. I closed the discussion but then thought of something else that I didnt make known to you. You wrote in our previous correspondance that "There are some rare instances that the Cowper's gland may secrete its fluid when a man would just be stimulated by looking at a sexy woman although he didn't get an erection but again to be clear this is an unusual situation and rarely occurs." 1) Also when you mention looking at a sexy woman, this would be a concerted gaze right, like more than just seeing one but looking for several seconds at least right? 2) Was this in the previous category of rare occurences that would only happen to a select few people as well? 3) Also when you say without an erection is that without a full erection? Would there be any engorgement.? Also I previously told you that there have been times when I had a full erection without any fluid emitted from the tip of the urethra, but had other times where there was as is obvious. But there was also two times that I remember that I was heavily stimulated by erotic imagery and I had considerable engorgement but not a full stiff erection. More of a partial erection. And looked at this imagery for a few minutes, I wanted to test my body, and noticed fluid had come out. With this new information do you think that I still would only produce Cowper fluid with considerable engorgement (like a partial erection)? Sorry these are the last questions then Im off thankss
Posted Wed, 12 Feb 2014 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
 
 
Answered by Dr. Manuel C See IV 5 hours later
Brief Answer: Please see answer below. Detailed Answer: Good Day and than you for being with Healthcare Magic! 1) when i say seeing a sexy woman , it means being stimulated mentally and having your erotic or sexual imagination take place thereby causing the Cowper's gland to secrete fluid in the absence of a full or partial erection or any engorgement. 2) yes it is rare for the Cowper's gland to emit fluid in the absence of physical sexual stimulation moreso in the absence of a partial or full erection. Partial erection means having some form of engorgement but not stiff enough to have a vaginal penetration. 3) I think and we are talking about you already, you can or might have a pre ejaculation secretion with a partial erection and a significant visual arousal but not from casual visual contact with the female. Meaning if you have see a visual sexual stimuli and you entertain that thought that will cause you have a partial erection and engorgement and may lead to Cowper's gland fluid release. I am basing this answer from your recent information that you have shared with me. Regards, Manuel C. See IV, M.D. DPBU FPUA
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Follow-up: What causes pre ejaculation secretion with a partial erection? 19 minutes later
Ok so in conclusion You dont think I would experience any liquidation of the Cowper glands unless I had at least a partial erection, visual stimuli, and intense feelings of arousal in imagination. Also I would not experience these rare occurences we were talking about as they only exist in select few people and based off of my history it more than most likely would not happen to me. Is that correct, feel free the correct any inconsistencies. Thanks and it was a pleasure talking with you. I will close after you reply. Thanks again! Oh also before I close this. When you say partial erection and engorgement. 1) Sometimes I get small minor penile inflations, more akin to the ones when it is cold to hot outside. when you say partial erection and engorgement do you mean something that is considerably more than what I said. Something that I would most definitely see and feel. Like if it grew to stand on its own in a straight manner? Thanks and with the above questions that would be all. Just awaiting your reply and I will close the discussion. Thanks
 
 
Answered by Dr. Manuel C See IV 5 hours later
Brief Answer: Yes your statement are all correct. Detailed Answer: Good Day! Yes I completely agree with your first statement that I think the rare occurence of secretion of the pre ejaculate without a partial or complete erection is a very rare occurence and based from your previous experiences will not happen to you. A partial erection is something felt and with engorgement and the penis will stand up on its own as the engorgement happens. I hope I have succeeded in providing the information you were looking for. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications at: WWW.WWWW.WW I would gladly help you. Best wishes.
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Follow-up: What causes pre ejaculation secretion with a partial erection? 5 minutes later
ok so to quickly and lastly clarify the small minute and minor inflations are not sufficient enough to be considered the engorgement you were talking about in regards to the partial erection. Last clarification and I will be on my way I will not ask another question.
 
 
Answered by Dr. Manuel C See IV 10 hours later
Brief Answer: Yes its not sufficient. Detailed Answer: good Day! yes you are correct the very slight mild engorgement is not sufficient to make you release pre ejaculate. I hope I have succeeded in providing the information you were looking for. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications at: WWW.WWWW.WW I would gladly help you. Best wishes.
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