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Human Reproductive System STDs II Contraception II 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Contraception I STDs I
Sexual Transmitted Diseases/Sexual Transmitted Infection
Secretion produced from Cowper's gland, when men are normally excited (penis does not need to be erect.) The secretion may contain sperm. The secretion is a natural part of the body’s preparation for sex. It allows for lubrication for intercourse as well as cleans and flushes out the urethra to make sure there is no residual urine.
The path of the ovum from its origin to fertilization and implantation.
What is: females born with ovum, which are stored in ovaries. during ovulation, ovum released from ovaries into fallopian tubes fertilized with sperm travel to uterus and implant in the uterine wall?uterine wall
A form of birth control that is always 100% effective
Description of the implant method of birth control and the length of time it lasts?
What is implanon? A matchstick-shaped capsules imbedded under the skin of the female’s upper arm that secretes hormones to prevent the release of eggs and must be removed by a physician. It lasts for 3 years.