Reproductive Health in Boys
The reproduction organs in boys are essentially opposite to the ones in girls. The testicles (balls) are placed outside the body unlike the ovaries in girls. The penis is an outside muscular organ with tiny passage (urethra) unlike the vagina. Through this tube sperm/semen are transported through unto the outside or to the vagina (girls).
Essentially, the penis is an introducer and carrier of and a depositor of sperm unto the female vagina. It is designed to penetrate the vagina during sex and to deposit the sperm when the muscles of the penis and vagina squeeze the sperm out of passage of the penis.
The prostate produces some lubrication, and nutrients to support and keep the sperm alive.
Importance of good reproductive organs
It is therefore crucial that all these passages should be free from infections such as syphilis, Herpes, gonorrhoea, Chlamydia, Candida etc. Should any of these be found in any part of these passages, they may cause permanent damage to the reproductive ability of the woman.
To achieve good reproductive organs:
a) Do not engage in early sex before you are ready.
b) Stick to one partner
c) Plan for the future. Plan for your sex life as you would plan for a business.
Indiscriminate sex kills and hurts.
d) Choose your partner wisely.
e) If you do have infection or you are unsure, seek medical help as soon as possible. Treat any infection as an emergency.
Injuries: Any physical injury, blow, surgery directed against these organs may also damage these passages/testicles and what they do.
Chemical, hot water, prolonged heat, some drugs (legal and illegal) and radiation applied to or if you are exposed to them, can seriously damage these passages including the testes (ball). So avoid them as much as possible.
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