The Reproductive System
The creation of life starts through a reproduction system. This reproduction process involves both the male and female reproduction system. They are also the body parts that make men and women physically different from one another. Human beings reproduce in much the same way as other mammals.
The female reproductive system consists of the vagina, uterus, cervix, ovum, fallopian tube and the ovaries.
The male reproductive system consists of the urethra, scrotum, prostrate gland, testicles, penis, vas deferens and seminal vesicle.
Men and women are born with their reproductive systems, but the organs don't become functional until they've matured and gone through puberty.
Unlike the female reproductive system, most of the male reproductive system is located outside of the body. The female reproductive system includes internal and external structures. Both the male and female reproductive systems play a significant role in pregnancy. Problems with these systems can affect fertility and the ability to have children.
Reproductive or infertility problems are often treatable. Infertility drugs and high-tech procedures have become an alternative to treating infertility in men and women. Most problems start with certain diseases and or aging. Male infertility should never be ruled out when a couple is trying to conceive a child.
Genetic changes can alter the structure or function of the reproductive system in males or females. These changes may have a big impact on the ability to conceive a child.
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