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Cervicitis
...  caused by a sexually transmitted disease (STD) like gonorrhea and chlamydia. Causes Of Cervicitis Since the cervix is located near the opening of the vagina, it acts as a barrier between the vagina and the uterus. Two different kinds of cells are found in the cervix. There are skin cells, which are identified as squamous cells, and there are mucous secreting cells, which are known as  ...

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  ...

Smooth Muscle
...  not elastic. The kidneys will not be able to control micturation when the limited space for urine is filled up. The lungs could not expand after inhalation, so you will not be able to exhale. The vagina will not be able to adjust to the size of the penis, and the blood vessels would burst during increased pressure because it could not expand its lumen to accommodate the increased input. These  ...

Seminal vesicles
...  by the seminal vesicles. One of these nutrients is fructose, which is a form of sugar that is used by the traveling sperm for energy. It has been noted, though, that the sperm that reaches the vagina early do not necessarily come in contact with the seminal vesicle  ...

Vulva
...  appears longitudinally, and is protected by the labia minora. This consists of two vestibule glands namely: the major and minor vestibule glands, and these are responsible for the lubricating the vagina at the phase of sexual excitement. Also known in the name Bartholin’s glands, the vaginal vestibule is situated in the opening of the vagina. Vestibular Bulbs This portion of the  ...


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