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Accutane
...  live in a harsh world with extremely narrow standards of beauty. It is difficult to fit in even if you are healthy and have no visible defects of your appearance. Fashion shows and numerous advertiSements keep demonstrating statuesque beauties with shiny hair, snow-white teeth, perfect skin and clear eyes. As a result to be successful in your career and private life you are forced to become an  ...

Prostate Cancer
...  prostate, an organ found only in the reproductive system of males, is a tiny gland that resembles the shape of a walnut. It is the one responsible for Semen production that is responsible for lubrication. The attack of malignant or cancerous cells in this part of the body is called the prostate cancer. The occurrence of this condition has been rising fast nowadays though its survival rate is  ...

Contraception
...  to its counterparts, condoms are so far the easiest and safest contraceptive methods, because it does not alter production of hormones, nor requiring surgery. Condoms work by accumulating all the Semen at the tip, preventing its entry to the vagina. It also provides protection against STD and HIV, unlike other contraceptive methods which are only for the prevention of pregnancy. Condom has  ...

Prostate
...  is a very important organ of the male reproductive system that makes person a man. Its main function is to keep and secrete a slightly alkaline fluid, white-milky in colour that is the part of Semen. Generally, it constitutes 25-30% of the volume of the Semen along with spermatozoa and seminal vesicle fluid. This prostatic fluid has longer survival and better protection of the genetic  ...

Ductus Deferens
...  the accessory sex glands of the male reproductive system are collected. These accessory glands include the bulbourethral glands and the prostate gland, and their secretions compose the bulk of the Semen. It is the vas deferens that is cut during the medical procedure called deferentectomy. It is a kind of contraception method in which the tubes are severed permanently; although there are  ...

Seminal vesicles
...  to the vas deferens, which is another tube that is used for the transfer of sperm from other reproductive parts of the male system. Should there be an ejaculation, the majority of the ejaculated Semen is a combination of sperm and the fluids. The fluid from the seminal vesicle has several functions that are essential, though not always necessary for fertility or ejaculation. The components  ...

Spermatozoa
...  of the sertoli cells in the seminiferous tubules, the sperm cells mature. Upon sexual arousal, the penis becomes tumescent because of engorged blood vessels and ejaculation occurs. Substances in Semen The mature spermatozoa are then delivered to the urethra by the vas deferens. On its way to the urethral opening, fluids from the prostate gland containing Acid Phosphatase (ACP) and the  ...

Ejaculatory Duct
...  are about two ejaculatory ducts going on the same passage thus it is usually known to be only a single duct. The two ducts receive the secretions and additives that are important to the formation of Semen. These ducts are also responsible for the ejection of several additives to the prostatic urethra. Within it, other secretions are add up to the secretions made by the prostate gland. The male  ...

Spermatic Ducts
...  sperms. Basically, its responsibility is to keep the sperm cells until they are ready for release, and to transport them to the urethra by passing through the testes. These ducts does not form the Semen - it forms through the reproductive glands. The so-called glands make additives to create a mature  ...


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