The Reproductive System: Understanding Male and Female Anatomy
In this article, Ms. Dockray provides background information on the male and female reproductive systems for students in 12th grade health class. Part 1 focuses on the
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Slide1 Ms. Dockray
Slide2Reproduction Background information Grade 12 Health
Slide3Your Body’s Reproductive System Part 1: The Male Reproductive System Part 2: The Female Reproductive System
Slide4The Reproductive SystemIntroduction
Slide5Part 1: The Male ReproductiveSystem The in and out; the good, the bad and the ugly of the male reproductive system
Slide6Male Reproduction:Internal Organs Epididymis, Vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate gland, Cowper’s gland, and urethra
Slide7Quick Facts! Semen - The combination of sperm, seminal fluid, and other male reproductive secretions Circumcision - Surgical removal of the foreskin of the penis Epididymis - Temporary storage unit for sperm located on outer surface of testes Vas deferens - pair of tubes which lead to seminal vesicles and prostate gland
Slide8Quick Facts Cont. Testicles - Two small glands that produce sperm Scrotum - Contains testes and protects sperm by temp regulation Penis - Tube-shaped organ attached to body above testes
Slide9External OrgansTestes and Penis - 100 million sperm are produced each day! - 300-400 million sperm in each ejaculation, but only one can fertilize an ovum!
Slide10Main Functions of the MaleReproductive System! 1. Produce sperm! 2. Transfer sperm to female’s body during sexual intercourse!
Slide11Functions of the MaleReproductive System! Hormones from pituitary gland cause testes to produce testosterone. Physical changes… Sperm production Where sperm travel to from the testes: Sperm –> epididymis to mature –> vas deferens – > ejaculatory duct –> urethra –> out of body
Slide12Care Clean your area Always use protection Avoid wearing overly tight clothing Wear a cup Self-exam Shower Clean the penis and scrotum well Wash under foreskin if needed Check for lumps
Slide134 Easy Steps to Performing a TesticularExam Once a month you should examine your testicles by: Step 1: Check for any swelling
Slide144 Easy Steps to Performing aTesticular Exam Cont. Step 2: Place the index and middle fingers of both hands under the testicle with the thumbs placed on top. Roll the testicle gently between the thumbs and fingers—you shouldn’t feel any pain when doing the exam.
Slide154 Easy Steps to Performing a SelfTesticular Exam Cont. Step 3: Find the epididymis, the soft, tube-like structure behind the testicle. Cancerous lumps usually are found on the sides of the testicle, but can also show up on the front.
Slide164 Easy Steps to Performing a TesticularExam Cont. Step 4: If you feel a lump, see your doctor right away.
Slide17ProblemsHernia Sterility Enlarged Prostate Gland Cancer of the Prostate Gland Cancer of the Testes Impotence
Slide18Problems Cont. Hernia- The protrusion of an organ or structure into surrounding tissues. Example: Inguinal hernia occurs when part of the intestine protrudes through a weak point in the groin Most occur in the abdomen
Slide19Problems Cont. Sterility- A condition in which a person can’t reproduce. Caused by: Environmental hazards, exposure to X-rays, radiation, temperature change, exposure to certain chemicals found it cigarettes, mumps, STD’s, or malfunction of an organ
Slide20Problems Cont. Prostate Cancer The second highest cancer in males Early detection is KEY!
Slide21Problems Cont. Testicular Cancer Is usually a slight enlargement of the testicle Hard lumps Can be cured if caught early
Slide22Problems Cont. Enlarged Prostate Gland- Squeezes the urethra Frequent or difficult urination Caused by Infection, tumor, or old age Impotence - Inability to maintain an erection in order to have intercourse
Slide23Part 2: The Female ReproductiveSystem How, what, and why the female body does what it does!
Slide24Reproductive OrgansFallopian tube, ovary, clitoris, ovum, uterus, endometrium, cervix, vagina, urethra labia minora and majora
Slide26Tracking The Female Egg
Slide27Care Cleanliness is KEY! Especially during menstruation Breast Self-Exam Pap Test Sanitary napkins, tampons Note: “Deodorant sprays and douches should not be necessary and may cause irritation!”
Slide28The 4 Steps to Breast Self Exam(BSE) Step 1 : Look at breast in mirror with arms on hips and bow slightly forward. Look for: Usual size, shape, color, any discharge, puckering, dimpling, or scaling Step 2 : Raise arms and look for same changes.
Slide29The 4 Steps to Breast Self Exam(BSE) Cont. Step 3: Raise one arm and thoroughly explore breast with other arm by: Use 3-4 fingers, press and make circles starting with outer side of breast and gradually move toward nipple. Do whole breast! Squeeze nipple to see any discharge Step 4: Same as step 3 but lay on back.
Slide30ProblemsMenstruation Problems Infertility Other Problems Menstrual Cramps Blocked Fallopian Tube Ovarian Cysts Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Endometriosis Breast and Cervical Cancer Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) STDs and Infections
Slide31Menstrual Problems Menstrual Cramps - Abdominal cramps last a few hours. Exercise and heating pads are good Prescribed med’s Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) - Aching muscles, bloodshot eyes, sore throat, high fever, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, fainting, and rash caused by bacteria
Slide32Menstrual Problems Cont. PMS - Nervous tension, anxiety, irritability, bloating, weight gain, depression, fatigue, and mood swings
Slide33Infertility Problems Blocked Fallopian Tube - Leading cause of infertility Causes: PID or abdominal surgery Endometriosis - 2nd leading cause of infertility Uterine tissue grows outside the uterus, appearing on ovaries, fallopian tubes, and abdominal cavity
Slide34Infertility Problems Cont. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) - Infection of the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and surrounding areas. Causes: Damage to reproductive organs and STD’s a
Slide35Other Problems Ovarian Cyst - Fluid filled sac on the ovary; can lead to cancer Breast Cancer - Lumps on breast should be checked out by a doctor Do self-exam
Slide36Other Problems Cont. Cervical Cancer Sexual activity and family history play a role Pap test
Slide37Sexually Transmitted Diseases Gonorrhea Chlamydia Syphilis HPV (Human papilloma virus) HSV (Herpes Simplex Virus) HIV / AIDS Trichomoniasis Crabs
Slide38Herpes Simplex Virus
Slide44Pubic Lice or Crabs
Slide45Remember!!! Boys have a penis, Girls have a vagina!!! Once a month do a self exam Take care of yourself Clean, Clean, Clean Get checked out if something seems different