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MALE SEXUAL ANATOMY: THE EPIDIDYMIS AND VAS DEFERENS
The seminiferous tubules (the tubes where sperm are produced) empty into the epididymis, a highly coiled tubing network folded against the back surface of each testis. Sperm cells generally spend several weeks traveling slowly through the epididymis as they reach full maturation. From here, sperm are carried into the vas deferens, a long tube (approximately 40 centimeters, or 16 inches) a pair of which leave the scrotum and curve alongside and behind the bladder. Both the right and left vas deferens are cut when a vasectomy is done through which urine passes) as it exits from the bladder. The relationship of the prostate to the urethra is like a large bead (the prostate) on a string (the urethra). Because the rectum (the lowest part of the bowels) is directly behind the prostate, the prostate can be examined by a physician during a rectal examination. This is important because the prostate can become infected or cancerous.
The prostate produces clear fluid that makes up about 30 percent of seminal fluid, the liquid that is expelled from the penis during ejaculation. The other 70 percent of seminal fluid comes from the seminal vesicles. These two small structures lie against the back portion of the base of the bladder and join with the ends of the vas deferens to form the ejaculatory ducts. These ducts in turn join the urethra, thereby creating a continuous tubing system that leads to the end of the penis.
On the average, there are 3 to 5 milliliters (5 milliliters = about one teaspoonful) of semen (seminal fluid plus sperm) per ejaculate. Although the concentration of sperm is highly variable, depending in part on the frequency of ejaculation, a count of 40 to 120 million per milliliter is considered normal. This means that there may be 120 to 600 million sperm in a single ejaculate.
Seminal fluid ranges in color from whitish to tones of yellow or gray and has a creamy, sticky texture. Right after ejaculation, seminal fluid is rather thick but then it liquefies quickly. It
consists of water, mucus, and a large number of chemical substances that include sugar (providing an energy source for sperm), bases (for neutralizing the acidity of the male urethra and the female vagina), and prostaglandins (hormones that cause contractions in the uterus and Fallopian tubes, possibly aiding upward transit of sperm).
Cowper's glands are two pea-sized structures connected to the urethra just below the prostate gland. They produce a few drops of fluid, which sometimes appear at the tip of the penis during sexual arousal but before ejaculation. Some men never notice this pre-ejaculatory fluid, while others may produce a teaspoonful or more of this slippery secretion. Although this
pre-ejaculatory fluid may buffer the acidity of the urethra, there is no certainty about its function. Occasionally, the pre-ejaculatory fluid contains a small number of live sperm cells, accounting for at least some of the "failures" as a method of birth control of withdrawal of the penis before ejaculation.
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