You are having a wound like thing on the skin of your testes it is leaking with pus with blood started 2 days back does it symptom of AIDS?
You need to see a doctor.
if you get hit in the testes to often you can damage your sperm cells and you can stop having children
No, the size is irrelevant for having sex.
It's due to the cooling effect of having the testes outside the main portion of the body. Testes need a slightly lower temperature than the rest of the body, for ideal functioning. Overheating will reduce fertility.
The testes can only produce functional semen at a certain temperature. If they were in the abdomen, the environment would be too warm. Since the scrotum is only a thin piece of skin, the testes are contained in an environment that is the perfect temperature.
Your core body temperature would prevent sperm production. Descending from the body cavity keeps the testes cool enough to function. Testicular cancer is said to be another risk, though the medical community is unsure as to whether that is related to the testes being undescended, or more related to the underlying cause of why the testes didn't descend. It is possible that having undescended testes in and of itself is not the cause for testicular… Read More
Yes, most likely having a testicular hernia will not damage the ability of the testes to make and transport spermatazoa.
Many things can cause men not to produce sperm. Being too young, being castrated, having a chemical imbalance, udescended testes, overheated testes, cancer, stress, and other things are all possible causes.
the testes are located in the scrotum
Females do not have testes. Testes are male reproductive organs. The female equivalent of testes is ovaries, which produce eggs and female sex hormones.
the testes produced the sperms which leave the testes through the seminal vesicles & then the urethra which rund through the penis.
In the testes! The place where sperm is formed is also called the testes, but it spelled as testis to differntiate itself from the actual testes( the sac wher the testis are in)
Testicles is the synonym for testes.
The Testes produce testosterone
The testes produce spermatozoa (sperm).
The scrotum holds the testes.
Ovaries are different from testes because ovaries produce eggs while the testes produce sperm.
The testes are located right next to the penis. Under your abdomen, your testes are usually known as your balls.
The size of testes is measured by volume. A teste is cupped in one hand and compared with a range of different sizes of oval wooden or plastic beads on a string, this device is called an orchidometer. Before puberty a boy's testes have an average size of 1 to 3 ml each. Once a size of 4ml has been reach puberty is considered to have started. Adult testes have avolume of 12 to 25… Read More
The is a pouch that holds the testes and parts of the spermatic cord Its muscular activity regulates the temperature of the testes?
The scrotum is a pouch that holds the testes and parts of the spermatic cord. Its muscular activity regulates the temperature of the testes.
One of the functions of the testes is to produce sperm. The other function of the testes is to produce hormones, namely testosterone.
Testes is balls, pennis is pen
The testes belong to the reproductive system.
False. Two testes in normal.
The testes, or testicles, usually reside in the scrotum.
It's "Testes". It is orchid/o.
Cancer can affect the testes.
The testes are part of the reproductive system in male animals. The testes are the site of sperm production. The testes function to keep the sperm warm enough, so that they stay alive long enough to fertilize an egg.
Testes is the plural form of testis, which means testicle.
Sperm is produced by the testes. Sperm is produced in the testes.
The testes produce the hormone testosterone. Testosterone
Sperm is produced in the testes and then matures in the epididymus.
The female equivalent to the male testes is the ovaries.
The singular word of testes is testis.
It is the testes! testes
Orchiectomy is the surgical removal of one or both testicles, or testes. In ancient times, castration often involved the total removal of all the male genitalia.
Are testes haploid are diploid? Testes are of diploid cells. Some of the generative cells in them produce haploid sperms after undergoing meiosis.
The testes have a twofold function. Firstly, testosterone production takes place in the Leydig cells of the testes. Secondly, sperm cells are produced in the testes.
Testes makes sperm, ovaries make the egg
Scrotum is the pocket of skin that holds the testes.
The testes excrete a hormone called testosterone.
it make the testes small
The shape of the testes are ellipsoid in shape, meaning they are egg-shaped.
The testes are slightly cooler.
Testes create male sex cells (sperm) , which are designed to leave the body. Therefore they have an exocrine function. Testes also produce testosterone (a hormone) that does not leave the body. Therefore it also has an endocrine function. The exocrine function of the male testes is sperm production. The testes are a part of the male reproductive system.
Once it is determined that the testes will not naturally descend, surgery becomes necessary. The procedure is called an orchiopexy and is relatively simple once the testes are located.
No neutering is done by removing the testes. There are fake testes available that can be inserted if the pets owner wants the animal to look complete after the surgery.
The testes are part of the male reproductive system, in which their function is sperm production. The testes are also part of the endocrine system, in which they make the hormone testosterone.
In a male, the testes are in a sac that helps to regulate sperm production. If the scrotum (testes sac) becomes too warm, the sac relaxes and droops to place the testes into lower, cooler air. If the scrotum becomes too cold, the scrotum contracts and pulls the testes closer to the warmth from the body.
The sperm count is dependent on the temperature of the testes. The testes are external to the body because they require a lower temperature to produce viable sperm. The testes work best at temperatures slightly less than core body temperature. Spermatogenesis is less efficient at lower and higher temperatures. This is the reason for retraction of the testes in the cold as well as non-viable sperm in men with (medically) undescended testes.
The ovaries of the female are analogous or comparable to the testes of the male.