The Male Reproductive Organs

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Medical Name: Prostate Gland

Function: Stops urine flow during intercourse and adds milky fluid to help sperm swim.

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Medical Name: Corpus Cavernosum

Function: Spongy tissue that is inflated with arterial blood causing an erection.

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Medical Name: Corpus Spongiosum

Function: Spongy tissue that is inflated with arterial blood. Keeps the urethra functional.

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Medical Name: Ureter

Function: Tube that brings urine from the kidneys to the bladder.

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Medical Name: Rectum

Function: Storage area for feces before they are expelled. Tube continues to up to colon.

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Medical Name: Coccyx (Lower Spine)

Function: Part of the skeleton often called tailbone as it may be the remnant of a tail.

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Medical Name: Bladder

Function: A hollow muscular organ that holds urine prior to being expelled.

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Medical Name: Glans Penis

Function: A touch sensitive organ surrounding the urethral opening protected by a foreskin.

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Medical Name: Urethra

Function: A dual purpose tube that carries urine and semen through the penis.

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Medical Name: Testis

Function: Sperm are made in this egg shaped organ suspended in a scrotum to keep cool.

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Medical Name: Epididymis & Vas Deferens

Function: Collects the maturing sperm from the Testis and moves them to the prostate.

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Medical Name: Bulbourethral Gland

Function: Adds lubricating fluid and acidity regulator to neutralise any urine residue.

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Medical Name: Seminal Vessicles

Function: Adds fluid to energise and protect the sperm from the acidity in the vagina.

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Medical Name: Anus

Function: Circular muscular opening that controls the exit of feces from the rectum.

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