A reader, in response to yesterday's post, asks:
Sadly, not that I've ever been able to find. Some men's Cowper glands, the two tiny glands adjacent to the prostate which are responsible for producing pre-ejaculate, or pre-cum, are very tiny indeed.
Some men don't produce any at all.
This lovely, slick elixir does a couple of things: reduces acidity in the urethra left behind by urine, and lubricates it to provide smoother passage of semen.
During intercourse, it can also help safeguard our swimmers within the vagina. I wonder if fertility specialists have thought about this....
And, of course, it acts as a natural lubricant to reduce friction.
There is no doubt that guys who produce little to none would appreciate a means of increasing the amount of pre-cum.
Anyone have any info on this?