• Male Infertility Introduction

Introduction
male infertility introduction

Male reproductive system consists of two testicles, scrotum, epididymis, ducts or tubes called Vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate gland and penis.

Testes are reproductive glands which produce sperms and male sexual hormone testosterone. SPERMS are gamete cells, which when meet and penetrate the female egg, result in pregnancy. Sperms are produced, stored and released by testicles. Sperms are then transported to tubes behind testicles called as epididymis. They are then carried by tubes called vas deferens, just before ejaculation to mix with fluid from prostate gland and seminal vesicle forming SEMEN.

Semen comes out of urethra through penis and is ejaculated and sperms are deposited in vagina of females by male during intercourse.

Problems occurring at any stage in the functioning of the male reproductive system can lead to Male Infertility.

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