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Flomax
...  of benign prostatic hyperplasia; this refers to the enlargement of the size of the prostate, most commonly in middle-aged and elderly men. When the prostate gland is enlarged, it squeezes the Urethra and interferes with the flow of urine. This causes difficulty in starting urination, weak flow of urine and sometimes the feeling of having to urinate frequently. People suffering from this  ...

Proscar
...  certain diseases or sicknesses that your doctor needs to know of before you take Proscar generic, such as the following: liver disease, prostate cancer, bladder muscle disorder, stricture of your Urethra, or difficulty to urinate. Aside from these sure facts, there have also been some other experiments to find out what else generic Proscar can be used for. One of the other things that they  ...

Enlarged Prostate
...  prostate in middle-aged and elderly men. This process is characterized by hyperplasia of prostatic stromal and epithelial cells, causing the formation of big and fairly discrete nodules in the periUrethral area of the prostate. When sufficiently large, the nodules compress the Urethral canal to cause partial or complete obstruction of the Urethra that interferes with the normal flow of urine.  ...

Bladder Cancer
...  that point. In much more complex situations, the complete removal of the bladder may be done. Bladder reconstruction may also take place. During this extensive surgical procedure, a portion of the Urethra will be removed together with the lymph nodes. The patients’ capability to have sex and urinate are compromised during the completion of this procedure so it is never used as the first  ...

Penis
...  arousal. In the flaccid pendant position the penis is rather vulnerable. The area of the penis is extremely sensitive. Any pain caused to it cripples the male for a while. At the same time the Urethra is more protected and can be injured only by significant compression. The glans of the penis is the major part of the organ. It has a distinctive cone shape consisting of the expanded corpus  ...

Kidneys
...  the urine. When the urinary bladder is halfway full, we then take it out of our body and deposit it in the comfort room. The tube where the urine slides out of the kidney is known as the ureter. The Urethra, on the other hand, is the tube that takes the urine out of the body. Combine all of these organs together and you have your complete urinary system. Homeostasis is another function of the  ...

Vagina
...  Labia Minora This is the part of the vagina that looks like a smaller version of the Labia Majora; hence, the nickname “small lips.” This part surrounds the opening of the vagina and the Urethra. Bartholin’s Glands This is the gland that is located beside the vagina’s opening and produces a fluid secretion during intercourse. Clitoris The clitoris is the only part of the  ...

Ductus Deferens
...  the walls of the vas deferens contract by reflex. This action allows the sperm to be propelled forward, and this process is called peristalsis. From the vas deferens, the sperm is transferred to the Urethra. Where the other secretions form, the accessory sex glands of the male reproductive system are collected. These accessory glands include the bulboUrethral glands and the prostate gland, and  ...

Spermatozoa
...  male reproductive system is composed of the following: male gonads or testes, epididymis, vas deferens, prostate gland, ejaculatory duct, seminal vesicle, penis, corpus cavernosum, and the Urethra. The penis and the testes are the major reproductive organs of man, while the rest are part of the reproductive process. The vas deferens acts as the passageway of the sperm from the testes to the  ...

Vulva
...  the external genitalia is located in the middle of the labia majora. It is hairless, and just like the labia majora, some of the sebaceous glands lie here. The labia minora gives protection to the Urethral and the vaginal opening. Clitoris This portion of the external genitalia is situated in the upper part of the pudental cleft. Its glans is surrounded with erectile tissue, and is exposed  ...


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