Anatomy of the Male Reproductive Parts – The Naked TruthReading Mode
Understanding the human body is very important. Radio host Sriram explains you the anatomy of male reproductive parts in our new season of The Naked Truth
General Male Reproductive Anatomy
Men have reproductive organs located inside and outside of our bodies. The various parts of male reproductive system include the following:
The penis is made up of the shaft and headand it bringssperm through the urethra.
The urethra tube carries out the urine and semen.
Testicles produce the sperm and testosterone.
Next to the testicles lies the epididymis which is a tightly coiled tube that stores sperm.
Testicles and epididymis are held in a sac called the scrotum.
Vas deferens is a muscular tube that takes the sperm from the epididymis to the urethra.
The bladder is a muscular sac that holds the urine until its ready to be release through the urethra.
On the base of the bladder there are seminal vesicles which secrete out a thick fluid tonourish sperm.
Prostate is a walnut size gland around a part of the urethra that also producesfluid for semen.
Essentially, semen is a mix of sperm and fluid so vas deferens and seminal vesicles meet at the back of the urethra before traveling through in a form of ejaculation.
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