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Reproduction Quiz

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sex cells that are produced by the male reproductive organs called the testes and that are needed to fertilize an egg.
Sperm
sex cells that are produced by the female reproductive organs called ovaries.
Eggs/Ova
the process by which a sperm and an egg and their genetic material join to create a new human life.
Fertilization
male reproductive organs that make sperm and testosterone.
Testes (testicles)
male reproductive organ that removes urine from the male's body and that can deliver sperm to the female reproductive system.
Penis
the fluid mixture of sperm and other secretions from the male reproductive organs.
Semen
explain the process of where the sperm goes to
The sperm starts at testis, goes into epididymis, travels through vas deferens,enters the urethra , tip.
6 ways to keep healthy
wear appropriate protective gear (a "cup") when playing contact sports.
avoid wearing tight clothing.
wash the penis and scrotum everyday, and dry yourself carefully after showering.
if you are not circumcised, wash underneath the foreskin.
perform a monthly testicular self-exam.
have an annual checkup with a doctor.
Prostatitis
What is it?
-Baterial infection of the prostate; may be related to a sexually transmitted disease
Symptoms
-Inflammation of the prostate, fever, pain in the pelvis, abdomen, testes, or lower back, and discomfort with urination
Treatment
-Antibiotics prescribed by a doctor
Inguinal hernia
What is it?
-bulging of portion of the intestines or other structure through a weakness in the abdominal wall

Symptoms
-abnormal bulge in the abdomen, groin, or scrotum;can cause a sense of heaviness, fullness, or pain
Treatment
-immediate medical care;surgery
Cystitis (bladder infection)
What is it?
inflammation of the urinary bladder; usually due to a bacterial infection
Symptoms
inflammation of the bladder, burning during urination, blood in urine, strong-smelling urine, and fever
Treatment
antibiotics prescribed by a doctor
Jock itch
What is it?
fungal infection of groin area; exposure to moisture and heat increases the risk of jock itch
Symptoms
itchy rash in groin

Treatment
keeping area cool and dry; over-the-counter antifungal creams
Testicular torsion
What is it?
twisting of a testis on the nerves and blood vessels attached
to it; can happen during athletic or other physical activities

Symptoms
elevation of a testis, swelling and tenderness of the scrotum, or
abdominal pain accompanied by nausea or vomiting

Treatments
Immediate medical care; surgical removal of the affected testis may be
necessary if not treated immediately.
Testicular Cancer
What is it???
Abnormal division of cells in the testes; may be hereditary

Symptoms
Limp on testes, enlargement of testes, sense of heaviness in the scrotum, or not symptoms.

Treatment
Surgery, radiation, and/or chemotherapy
Undescended Testes
What is it?
Failure of one or both testes to move from the abdomen to the scrotum during fetal development.

Symptoms
One or no testes in the scrotum.

Treatment
Surgery or hormone therapy.
Prostate cancer
What is it???
Prostate cancer is abnormal division of cells that prostate; may be hereditary.

Symptoms
Difficulty urinating or defecating, burning during urination, blood in urine, or no symptoms.

Treatment
Surgery, radiation, and/or chemotherapy