Reproductive System

Natural birth

natural birth
What is a natural birth Natural childbirth can refer to many different ways of giving birth without using pain medication, either in the home or
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Fallopian tube

fallopian tube
What is fallopian tube The fallopian tubes (uterine tubes or oviducts) open near the ovaries (Figure 1 and 2). Each fallopian tube is about 10
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short cervix
What is a cervix The cervix is part of the lower end of the uterus. The lumen (internal cavity) of the uterus communicates with the
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uterus location
What is uterus The uterus is a hollow, muscular organ shaped somewhat like an inverted pear. The uterus receives the embryo that develops from an
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Vas deferens

What is vas deferens The vas deferens or the ductus deferens is a continuation of the duct of the epididymis (the spermatic cord). The term vasectomy, the
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Seminal vesicle

seminal vesicle
What is seminal vesicle The seminal vesicles (seminal glands) are convoluted pouchlike structures (pair of seminal glands) posterior to the urinary bladder; one is associated with
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Prostate gland

prostate gland
What is prostate gland The prostate is a gland found only in men, which forms an important part of the male reproductive system. The prostate
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Human testicles

What are testicles ? The testicles (also called the testes; a single testicle is called a testis) are ovoid structures about 5 centimeters in length
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