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Uterus
...  Uterus is an essential part of the Vagina, which is the female reproductive organ. Also called the womb, this is the part of the vagina that safely houses the baby during the duration of a woman’s pregnancy. Aside from this, its other uses are in keeping with the structural integrity of other parts of the vagina; namely, the bladder, bowel, pelvic bone, and organs. Without a uterus, it  ...

Vagina
...  vagina is the female reproductive organ. It is an elastic and muscular canal that has a soft and flexible lining. This lining provides the lubrication and the sensations during sexual intercourse. The vagina is made up of many parts and has many functions such as childbirth, and is also used for recreational purposes such as intercourse. These are the parts of the vagina: External Parts of  ...

Arteries of the Pelvis
...  pelvis are several visceral organs that get their blood supply from the middle rectal artery and other arteries that serve the bladder and the superior, middle and inferior vesicular arteries. The female reproductive organ gets its blood supply from the internal iliac arteries. Both the superior and the gluteal arteries provide the blood supply to the muscles that compose the buttocks, whereas  ...

Pituitary Hormones
...  by way of the axons of the infundibulum, reaching the lobus nervosa. The lobus nervosa houses the hormone and releases it when the hypothalamus calls for it. Oxytocin (if released) journeys to the female reproductive system and triggers fetal gestation contractions. After birth, this hormone helps with the ejaculation process of the mamary glands and the areola for lactation. A high oxytocin  ...


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