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Contraception
...  which could cost a considerable amount. Contraception could be classified into two: birth control and protection. Birth control, as the word suggests, is the control of the fertilization of the egg cell and the sperm cell resulting in pregnancy. Protection is for those who are not in a monogamous relationship, and for those who would also like to prevent the infection of any sexually  ...

Hypogonadism
...  it is also known as Gonadal Deficiency. Gonads play two major roles in the body. First, to produce normal hormonal levels important for body growth and second, to produce healthy sperms cells and egg cells vital for pregnancy to happen. Therefore, when there is a lack of function of the gonads, the result will be hormone deficiency and infertility. Impotence and infertility for both men and  ...

Ovaries
...  female gonads are the ovaries. They are responsible for the production of the sex cell, oocyte. During fetal development, the egg cells start to populate the organ. However, many of them undergo atresia and die before a woman reaches the puberty stage. Aside from the egg cell, the ovaries are also responsible for the production of the sex hormones, which are the progesterone and estrogen.  ...

Uterus
...  firmer than the other parts of the vagina. The Fallopian tubes – the fallopian tubes extend on both sides of the uterus. This is usually the part of the vagina through which the unfertilized egg cells travel through when a woman is ovulating, meaning she is producing eggs. These tubes are also the part where the fertilization of the egg cell by the male’s sperm cell happens. The  ...

Vagina
...  single one of us came from somebody’s uterus. Ovaries The ovaries are oval-shaped glands that are located on both sides of the uterus. This is the gland that is responsible for producing egg cells and female hormones. Fallopian tubes The fallopian tubes are two tubes that are attached to the uterus and are the tunnels through which the egg cells travel through from the ovaries to  ...


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