paraurethral glands: in females, a zone of glandular tissue located around the canal of the urethra that, in some cases, releases a fluid which escapes from the urethral opening at the time of orgasm. The male counterpart is the prostate gland. These glands, and their location, are otherwise described as the G-Spot, Gräfenberg spot, zone or area(synonyms).

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