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herpes Any of a group of viral diseases caused by herpes viruses affecting the skin or nervous system.
S.T.I Sexually Transmitted Disease
Depression A prolonged period of extreme sadness
Vagina a muscular canal around 7.5 cm long that extends from the neck of the womb to the genitals, or vulva
Uterus (womb) a muscular organ, shaped like an upside down pear. Its lining is called the endometrium. The neck or entrance to the womb is the cervix, which has a small hole in its centre called the os
Penis contains tissue that fills with blood during sexual arousal, making the penis erect (or ‘hard’). Semen is a mixture of sperm and fluid from the male reproductive organs. It exits the penis, through the urethra, during ejaculation
The testicles (testes) small oval sex glands located in a skin sack called the scrotum. Sperm and sex hormones are made by the testicles. Keeping the testicles outside of the body means they have a lower temperature, which is important for sperm production
Infertility the inability to achieve a pregnancy in a fertile woman due to low sperm production, blockages or other factors
mental health the psychological state of someone who is functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioral adjustment.
mental illness any disease of the mind; the psychological state of someone who has emotional or behavioral problems serious enough to require psychiatric help
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