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The male organs of reproduction consist of the two testes suspended by the spermatic cord in the scrotum—a wrinkled skin pouch. The testes produce the spermatozoa—the male seeds of life, and testosterone—the male hormone. The union of a spermatozoon and an ovum starts a new life. The epididymis are a pair of long convoluted tubes connecting each testis to the ductus deferens, which is a continuation of the epididymis. Both the epididymis and the ductus deferens act as a storehouse for sperms. The ductus deferens carry the sperms from the scrotum via the groin into the pelvic cavity where it eventually joins the duct of the seminal vesicles to form the ejaculatory duct. The seminal vesicles are two small pouches located between the urinary bladder and the rectum. They provide additives to the semen like fructose, amino acids and vitamins—the semen now becomes vitaminised! The lower end of the seminal vesicles unite with the ductus deferens on each side to form the short ejaculatory ducts—one on each side—opening into the urethra which serves the dual function of evacuating the urine or the semen. The bulbourethral glands are two small glands, situated on either side of the urethra below the prostate gland. Each has a duct which pours its viscid secretion into the urethra to provide lubrication of the penis during intercourse.


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