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Label the diagram of the male anatomy Label the diagram of the female anatomy Get 100% on the quiz from last week
The opening to the uterus
Glands that produce most of the semen
Tube that the sperm travel through from the testicles
Female gland that contains eggs
Male glands that produces sperm and testosterone
The organ where the fetus develops
Opening from which feces passes
The birth canal
Folds of skin that cover the birth canal
Organ that stores urine
Where sperm mature
The inner lining of the uterus
External female genitalia
Tube through which urine leaves the body
Secretes fluid prior to ejaculation that flushes out the urethra in men
Holds the testicles, regulates temperature
Male organ that becomes erect during sexual stimulation
Contains a valve that restricts urine flow and allows semen to pass to urethra Contributes to production of semen
Tubes that pass eggs from the ovaries to the uterus Where fertilization usually occurs
Fluid that nourishes and carries sperm
Both urine and semen
When the vas deferens is cut and sealed to prevent sperm from leaving the body
Permanent tying of the fallopian tubes so eggs cant be released
Different for every woman. Average is 28 days Normal is 24-38ish days
When an ovary releases an egg Usually around day 14 or 15 of cycle
Between days 11 and 19 Around day 15
Body temperature goes up Progesterone goes up LH goes up
No, they will rip/tear
Prevent sperm and egg from coming into contact Condoms
Eggs are not released because the womans body thinks its pregnant due to higher levels of progesterone
Yes, with antibiotics
Gonorrhea Syphilis Chlamydia
HIV Hepatitis Herpes HPV
Chlamydia is the most common bacterial STD
Pelvic inflammatory disease Results in sterility in women
Zygote Blastocyst Embryo Fetus newborn
Puberty Ages 8 to 15
Becomes the corpus luteum and releases hormones
In the fallopian tube
Viral (its HPV)
Bacterial Chlamydia Syphillis Gonorrhea
A bacterial STD
Blood Vaginal secretions Sperm Breast milk
You make bad decisions when drunk
Oral sex Anal sex Vaginal sex Digital-genital intercourse
The use of force
Yes, because consent cant be given when passed out
A. the pill B. abstinence C. diaphragm D. female condom E. withdrawl
The pill (or patch, or nuva ring, or depo)
When the blastocyst attaches to the endometrium
Using a barrier method (like a condom) and a chemical method (like the pill) together
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