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Male/Female Rep. Sys

Male and Female Reproductive System

Sperm Sex cells that are produced by the male reproductive organs called the testes and that are needed to fertilize an egg.
Eggs The cells that are produced by the female reproductive organs called ovaries.
Fertilization The process by which a sperm and an egg and their genetic material join to create a new human life.
Testes The male reproductive organs that make sperm and testosterone.
Penis The male reproductive organ that removes urine from the male's body and that can deliver sperm to the female reproductive system.
Semen The mixture of sperm and other secretions from the male reproductive organs and is a fluid.
Adolescence Is the period of time between puberty and full maturation.
Puberty Is the period of human development during which people become able to produce children.
Hormones Chemical substances made and released in one part of the body that cause a change in another part of the body.
Ovaries Are the female reproductive organs that produce eggs and the hormones estrogen progesterone.
Vagina Is the female reproductive organ that connect the outside of the body to the uterus and recieves sperm during sexual intercourse.
Fallopian Tubes The female reproductive organs that transport an egg from the ovary to the uterus.
Uterus The female reproductive organ that provides a place to support a developing human.
Menstrual Cycle A monthly series of hormone controlled changes that prepare the uterine lining for a pregnancy
Cystitis Bladder infection.
Vaginitis Vaginal infection by fungus, bacteria, or protozoa; may be from an STD.
Prostatitis bacterial infection of the prostate.
Inguinal hernia bulging of portion of the intestines or other structure through a weakness in the abdominal wall.
Testicular torsion Twisting of a testis.
Undescended Testes failiure of either one or both of the testes to move from the abdomen to the scrotum.
Prostate Cancer Cancer of the prostate
Testicular Cancer Cancer of the testis
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