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Cervix
opening musscle to the uterus
clitoris
the nub located at the front of the vaginal opening.
epididymis
top part of the testical where the sperm matures
fallopian tube
the passage ways where the tube connects the ovary o the uterus where fertilzation occurs
fore skin
this layer of skin that covers the head of the penis
hymen
this membrane partically closes the enterence to the vagina
labia/vulva
soft folds of skin protecting vaginal, urethural, and rectal opening
ovary
eggs are developed and produce sex hormones
prostate
gland that secretes semen with sperm
scrotum
the thin skin sack that holds the testes
semen
the male fertilizing fluid usually white that contains sperm
seminal vessical
also produces part of the liquid that becomes the semen
testicle/testes
reproductive glands in the scrotum that produce the sperm
uterus
pair shaped organ that holds baby during pregnancy. the lining sheds during menstration
vagina
passageway that leads from uterus to outside the body. aka birthcannal
vas deferens
tube that carries the sperm from the testes to the urethra
cowpers gland
puts hormones into the semen
Syphilis
bacterial
transmitted by..
-oral, anal, vaginal sex
-injected
primary syphilis
-symptoms 3-12 weeks after sex. sores can start as painless sore, oozie sores
-detected through blood test
secondary sypilis
-appear 1 wk to 6 months and can come and go
-rash, body aches, bumps and mucous patches
tertiary syphilis
-last and most severe
- cause neurological problems, blindness, heart disease, brain damage
10-20 years
Gonorrhea
bacteria
symptoms
-can go undetected for 2-21 days
-men have burning
-women have PID, pregnancy problems, burning pains, yellow discharge
long term
-stuck with physical damage
- can make sterile
Chlamydia
bacterial
incubation
1-3 weeks
male symptoms
-1 in 4 have symptoms
-milky discharge
-burning
-can be trated and cured
women symptoms
-1 in 2 have symptoms
-yellow discharge
-iching and burning
-urge to urinate
-pain in abdomin
Chancroid
bacterial
incbation
3-14 days
symptoms
-swollen lymph nodes
-painful open sores
-tissue damage
Genital herpes
viral- no cure
incubation
2 to 10 days
symptoms
-bumps,painful open sores
-repeated outbreaks
-spread by sex, kissing etc
-retreat to nerves
herpes (type one)
-very contagous
-aka fever blisters, sun blisters, cold sores
Human Papiloma virus (hpv)
virual
incubation
3 weeks to 3 months
symptoms
-small hard spots
-warts
-can be canerous
Hepatitis
hep b and c
symptoms
-liver disease
-can take 2-6 weeks to show
-fatigue, loss appetite, dark urine, light stole, fever, vomit, yellowish skin,
liver cancer
spread
-blood, sexual fluid
-mother when born
-tatoos
-toothbrush
Aids
(acquired immune deficiency)
virus that breaks down the immune system. leaving the body vulnerable
transmitted
-in the womb
-breast feeding
-transplants
-semen, lood, vaginal secretion
technique used to help a person distinguish between feelings of relaxation and tension
biofeedback
a condition casued by a virus which breaks don immune system
aids
sexually transmitted disease which can cause pid
chlamydia
boDys reaction to stress signaled by a desire to either run away or confront the stress
flight or fight response
a baby born to a mother infected may develope blinding infections
gonorrhea
a sore is the first symptom
herpes
the stage pf syphilis when all symptoms of the disease disappear and the victim is not infetious
latent
a condition involving fluid retention and weight gain which often occurs in prenant teens
toxemia
sexual tramsitted disease which has no cure may flaare up at any time
syphilis
low level of hemoglobin in the blood
anemic
flat or raised bumps in the genital area
genital warts
sore which appears at the sight of syphilis
chancre