Some boys are circumcised, which means that a doctor or clergy member cuts away the foreskin. Understanding the male reproductive system, what it does, and the problems that can affect it can help you better understand your son's reproductive health. Although circumcision is not medically necessary, parents who choose to have their sons circumcised often do so based on religious beliefs, concerns about hygiene, or cultural or social reasons. This fertilized egg is now called a zygote and contains 46 chromosomes — half from the egg and half from the sperm. The doctor is also a good resource for your son if he has questions about growth and sexual development.
Disorders of the Penis Disorders affecting the penis include: Semen is pushed out of the male's body through his urethra — this process is called ejaculation. Each sex has its own unique reproductive system. The brain and the nervous system give the scrotum the cue to change size. What the Male Reproductive System Does The male sex organs work together to produce and release semen into the reproductive system of the female during sexual intercourse. When a portion of the intestines pushes through an abnormal opening or weakening of the abdominal wall and into the groin or scrotum, it is known as an inguinal hernia. For some years now, educators had been pressing for sex education in one form or another, ranging from a simple birds-and-bees outline to a comprehensive, multi-grade study of sexual techniques that included lessons in premarital intercourse, venereal diseases, masturbation, sodomy, and other forms of "unnatural", if commonly practiced acts. The head contains genetic material genes. Disorders of the Scrotum, Testicles, or Epididymis Conditions affecting the scrotal contents may involve the testicles, epididymis, or the scrotum itself. Testosterone is the hormone that causes boys to develop deeper voices, bigger muscles, and body and facial hair, and it also stimulates the production of sperm. Symptoms of penile inflammation include redness, itching, swelling, and pain. From the vagina, the sperm make their way up through the cervix and move through the uterus with help from uterine contractions. None of the other teachers at Montock High could be used, as they all had been at the school for years and years, but Joan Frazer was a new arrival, only having taught at Montock for one year previous to this. During this time, a boy's voice also deepens. The production of testosterone brings about many physical changes. She had the body of a lush young Venus, even though she had recently celebrated her thirty-first birthday over the Christmas holidays. Ozgood Blatherton may have been pompous and career-hungry, but he was also devilishly shrewd, and he saw that while he could take all the credit if the sex education course went well, he had to be careful or he would be ruined if something went wrong. The unmarried teacher was beautiful in a youthful manner that guaranteed to attract admiring attention from the most discriminating of men, and the dart-eyed envy of jealous, less well endowed women. It so happened that Montock's principal, Ozgood Blatherton, was a pompous little man who had dreams of becoming principal of larger and better schools in one of the big cities, and he had latched on to the sex education issue as a spring-board to make a name for himself. This is a varicose vein an abnormally swollen vein in the network of veins that run from the testicles. They are different in shape and structure, but both are specifically designed to produce, nourish, and transport either the egg or sperm. When the erect penis is stimulated, muscles around the reproductive organs contract and force the semen through the duct system and urethra. All penises work and feel the same, regardless of whether the foreskin has been removed. This is a tightness of the foreskin of the penis and is common in newborns and young boys. Her hazel eyes were deep-set and large, giving her an innocent appearance which belied her age.
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