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By: Valerie Lam Dominique Ringler Henry Su
-----Root of the penis (radix): It is the attached part, consisting of the bulb of penis in the middle and the crus of penis, one on either side of the bulb. It lies within the superficial perineal pouch.bulb of peniscrus of penis Body of the penis (corpus): It has two surfaces: dorsal (posterosuperior in the erect penis), and ventral or urethral (facing downwards and backwards in the flaccid penis). The ventral surface is marked by a groove in a lateral direction. Parts
The male reproductive system has five major parts which include the penis, the Vas Deferens, the prostate glands, the testes, and the Cowper's glands. The Penis An external sex organ which allows the male to urinate and ejaculate. It is made of many tissues and blood vessels, which flow faster, making it erect during sexual excitement. Vas Deferens A muscular tube that starts at the end of the epididymis and travels along the side of the testes and becomes part of the spermatic chord. After going through many different canals, it eventually goes behind the bladder and becomes dilated into the ampulla. It unites with a seminal vesicle outside of the prostate gland and empties the urethra through a slit opening.
Prostate Gland A chestnut shaped gland that surrounds the first part of the urethra (a tube which allows urine and semen through the penis). It’s located below the bladder and in front of the rectum. It has two main functions, which keeps the urethra moist and to produce seminal fluids to ease the passage of semen to a female. The Testes The testes are an organ inside the scrodum that’s covered by a layer of muscle then a thin layer of wrinkled skin and is divided in half by a thin membrane inside. It creates and houses the sperm and hangs outside of the body because the temperature inside the body is too warm. The Cowper’s Gland Two pea shaped glands at the bottom of the prostate gland which connects to it. The Cowper's gland releases fluid in response to sexual stimulation to allow lubrication on the top of the penis to prepare for sexual intercourse.
1. Penisa.Conduit for urine form bladder b.Male organ for sexual intercourse 2. Scrotum a. House testes and maintains their temperature at a level cooler than the body thus promoting normal sperm formation 3. Testes a. Endocrine glands that secrete the primary male hormone, testosterone 4. Seminiferous Tubulesa. Location of sperm 5. Epididymis a. Storage for some sperm b. Final sperm maturation c. Where sperm develops the ability to be motile. 6. Vas Deferens a. Storage of sperms b. Conduction of sperm form epididymis to urethra 7. Seminal Vesicle, Prostate, Bulbourethral gland a. Secretion of seminal fluids that carry sperm
Erectile Dysfunction (or ED) is when a male is unable to achieve or keep an erection during sexual intercourse. For an erection to take place, blood would have to occupy the sponge- like tissue of which makes up the penis. This causes problems with erection creating a chronic illness/pain. o The cause for ED to develop varies for each kind of person. It is most commonly known to occur within males that have diabetes, cardiovascular disease, neurological issues, and side effects from medicines. Some other causes are stress, anxiety, and being very tired. o Some symptoms to check whether males may or may not have ED is if you’re overweight, have nerve diseases, psychological conditions/diseases that affect blood flow, eat tobacco, and consume alcohol. Anxiety also causes temporary ED. o To treat ED, you need to must change your lifestyle, get medications, and other remedies. ED is curable!
There are things about the male body that is needed to know. There are also reasons why this system is important. 1. The main job of the male reproductive system is to produce and secrete male sex hormones and sperm so that it makes its destination into the female body. 2. When the male is at the climax part of sexual intercourse (or orgasm), only semen is ejaculated. 3. Unlike the female’s system, the male’s system is located outside due to temperature of the human body. 4. For a male body, the reproductive system is located outside because the testes need a cooler temperature to create sperm which is why they have a scrotum outside. 5. Since the penis both secretes waste (urine) and semen, reflexes prevent urine from going into the urethra (the duct that secretes urine) during sexual intercourse. Alkaline solutions are made and taken out of the body before semen is ejaculated. 6. The seminal vesicles are small glands behind the bladder that releases sugars to nourish the sperm which aids them to become active. 7. In one average intercourse, a total of about 100 million sperm cells are ejaculated. 8. Men will continue to make sperm throughout their life. Unlike women, they do not become infertile after a certain age in their lives. 9. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is when a male is unable to achieve the point of erection during sexual intercourse. 10. Most well known symptoms for ED are diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and neurological issues.