Thursday, November 15, 2012

Female reproductive system

Female reproductive system

Composition of the female reproductive system:

• Mons Veneris or mons is a sheath of fatty tissue that covers the pubic bone below the abdomen but above the labia. It is sexually sensitive in some women and protects the pubic bone during intercourse shocks.

• upper labia: the outer lips of the vulva are composed of fatty tissue surrounding the vulva from the mons to the perineum. They are usually covered with pubic hair, and contain numerous sweat and oil glands, and is said to smell them is very exciting.

• labia minora: inner lips of the vulva, thin stretches of tissue within the labia majora that fold and protect the vagina, urethra and clitoris. Appearance of labia minora can vary from case to case, small and hidden inside the labia majora or large stand out. The most common metaphor is that of a flower. And upper and lower lips are sensitive to touch.

• The clitoris: is oval, small, white top of the labia minora is a spongy tissue that is very sensitive. The clitoris is protected by a shield-like clitoral labia minora. During arousal the clitoris may extend and the hood retract to make it more accessible. Clitoris varies in size from one woman to another.

• The urethra: urethra opening is just below the clitoris. It is not related to sex or reproduction, but is instead the passage for urine. The urethra is connected to the bladder. Because the urethra is so close to the anus, women should always wipe from front to back to avoid infecting the vagina and urethra.
Female reproductive system
• The vagina and hymen: vaginal opening lies below the bladder. During sexual stimulation erectile tissue that lies on both sides of the vagina blood supply. The whole area is wet. Pelvic muscles contract and then relax during orgasm. Between one and two-thirds of the vaginal opening is covered until it is broken hymen during intercourse or penetration by another object or even while walking or riding a bicycle. The vagina is located between the urethra and rectum. If a woman is not aroused touching the vaginal walls. When the vagina is stimulated fluid is produced slippery vagina expands and opens. The vagina can expand enough to allow the birth of a child. For this reason there is a penis too thick for a vagina. The vagina extends from the vaginal opening to the cervix (opening to the uterus). The average size of the vaginal canal is about 8 inches maybe 10 cm for women who gave birth. It may seem less than the size of a penis during arousal but cervix and fornix rise towards the body can stretch as long as necessary for the penis can penetrate. After intercourse vagina contraction and allows the cervix to return inside the fornix, which is shaped like a perfect sperm retaining cups. On each side of the vaginal opening are the Bartholin's glands that produce small amounts of lubricant to keep the inner labia moist during arousal. Below are the hymen glands, which secrete lubricant for the entire length of the vaginal canal.
Female reproductive system
• Perineum: the short stretch of skin that starts at the bottom of the vulva and reaches the anus. It usually breaks during childbirth to allow the baby out and this is apparently normal. There are doctors who cut the perineum just before delivery because they believe that rupture occurs during childbirth is less painful than surgery, but statistics show that such a practice may increase the risk of infection.

• cervix: the opening to the uterus. It varies in diameter from 1 mm to 3 mm depending on the phase of the menstrual cycle is the measurement is taken. The cervix is ​​sometimes plugged with cervical mucous to protect it from infections, while ovulation, this mucous becomes a thin fluid to permit the passage of sperm.

• uterus: is the main female reproductive organ. Uteriului lining called endometrium, which grows and changes during the menstrual cycle they prepared to receive an egg fecundat.Uterul is composed of strong muscles that help push the baby out during birth.
Female reproductive system
• Ovaries: perform two functions: the estogenului and progesterone, female sex hormones, and produce mature egg. At birth, the ovaries contain nearly 400,000 ova and they are all the eggs a woman will have. However the number is more than you need a woman, since the number of menstrual cycles is about 500. After maturing a single egg down the fallopian tube, a journey of 3 or 4 days it was fertile period of a woman in a pregnancy can occur. Fertilized eggs are not removed during menstruation.

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