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The prostate gland is a part of the male exocrine system that supports healthy functioning of the sperm cells. The prostate surrounds the urethra at its starting point below the bladder and secretes a fluid that makes up... More »

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The prostate gland secretes fluid that provides nutrients for sperm. WebMD describes the gland as walnut-size and resting directly in front of the colon. The urethra passes straight through the prostate, which allows it ... More »

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The primary function of the prostate gland is to secrete a fluid which forms part of the seminal fluid that carries sperm. During male orgasm, the muscular glands of the prostate help to propel the fluid, along with sper... More »

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The primary function of the prostate gland is to secrete a fluid which forms part of the seminal fluid that carries sperm. During male orgasm, the muscular glands of the prostate help to propel the fluid, along with sper... More »

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The prostate gland secretes fluid that provides nutrients for sperm. WebMD describes the gland as walnut-size and resting directly in front of the colon. The urethra passes straight through the prostate, which allows it ... More »

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According to Made Man, a man can milk his own prostate gland by lubricating a gloved finger, carefully inserting the finger into the anus, and repeatedly sliding the finger in and out of the anus until semen flows from t... More »

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A prostate is a gland found in males that produces a fluid that joins with sperm cells to make semen. It is about the size of a walnut, weighs about .4 ounces on average, and is found before the rectum and beneath the ur... More »

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