Female Anatomy 1

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Female Anatomy
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Vulva
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Vulva
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Vulva
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Vulva
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Vulva
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Female Genital Exam
Use a hand mirror to look at your genitals
 Identify the various parts
 Look for any unusual bumps or coloring
 Think about your feelings regarding your
genital anatomy.
 Do it on a regular basis
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Vulva
External genitals
 Mon veneris
 Labia majora and minora
 Clitoris
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Clitoris
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Clitoris
Homologus to penis
 Same # of nerve endings as the head of
penis
 Only purpose is sexual arousal
 Most common method of self stimulation &
orgasm
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Underlying structures
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Clitoris photo
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Underlying structures
Vestibular bulbs
 Bartholin’s glans
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Pelvic floor muscles
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Kegel Exercises
Urinary control after childbirth
 Increases genital sensitivity
 Increases sensation during intercourse
 Technique of doing exercises
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Internal structures (summary)
Vagina
 Vasocongestion = lubrication
 Grafenberg (G) spot
 Cervix
 Uterus
 Ovaries
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Vagina, Uterus, Ovaries
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Uterus & Ovaries
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Vagina
Vaginal opening has highest concentration
of vaginal musculature
 Inner 2/3 = fewest nerve endings

 Changes
during intercourse
 Orgasmic
platform
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Vaginal lubrication
The first sign of sexual arousal
 Occurs within 10 – 30 seconds after
effective physical or psychological
stimulation
 Seeps through the vaginal walls as
vasocongestion occurs.
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Other vaginal lubrication
Saliva
 Water-based lubricant
 Lubricated condoms
 Not Vaseline
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Chronic vaginitis

Due to
 Birth
control pills
 Antibiotic medication
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Bartholin’s glands
Located on either side of the vaginal
opening
 Produces fluid
 Function unknown

 Possibly
to lubricate entrance to vagina
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Hymen
Use is largely unknown
 Types
 Imperforate hymen
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Grafenberg (G) spot
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Location
 http://mama.indstate.edu/users/nizrael/grafenberg.
html
Female counterpart to male prostate gland
 Female ejaculation
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Cervix

Cervical cancer - increases risk due to
 Genital
warts
 Having several male sexual partners
 First intercourse at an early age
 Cigarette smoke
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Uterus

Endometrioses
 Cells
from
uterine lining
implant in
abdominal cavity
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Ovaries

40,000 to 400,000 innature ova at birth
 300
- 450 mature in a woman’s lifetime
Ovaries are endocrine glands
 Produce sex hormones
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 Estrogen
and progesterone
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Fallopian tubes
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After release from ovary, eggs
viable for 24-48 hours for
fertilization
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Breasts
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Breasts
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Size
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Fatty tissue determines size
Unrelated to milk or sensitivity
Preoccupation with size
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Surgical alternatives
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Enlargement
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Reduction
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http://www.plasticsurgerypa.com/pgallery/benlargement.html
http://www.plasticsurgerypa.com/pgallery/breduction.html
Lift
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http://www.plasticsurgerypa.com/pgallery/blift.html
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Silicon Gel Breast Implants
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Breast exams
Self-exam = good
 Mammogram = better
 MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) =
Best
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Mammogram
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Menstruation
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Menarche
 Onset
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= 11 - 15 years
Menstrual synchrony
 Women
living together develop similar cycles
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Menstrual synchrony
Synchronized menstration
 Apparently based on the sense of smell
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Menopause
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Permanent cessation of menstruation
 Hormone replacement therapy
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Benefits
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Protects against
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Osteoporoses
Cardiovascular disease
Loss of vaginal lubrication
 KY
Risks
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May increase estrogen dependent breast cancer
Endometrial cancer
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