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What systems in the body besides the urinary system works with the reproductive system or testis?

I have a project over "The Human Body Corporation" we are supposed to say why we shouldn't be fired and tell what systems in the body work with our organ. I got the testis and therefore have to find things that relate with the reproductive system.

Why you shouldn't be fired?  Whaaa? 

Well, the urinary system doesn't "work with" the reproductive system or testis.  They interact, but don't work together per se.  It is even less true in the female body.  In the male body, you have the epididymis that produces the sperm, the prostate provides the seminal fluid which mixes with the sperm, and then exits through the urethra, which is also where the urine from your kidney exits.  

If anything I would say your circulatory system works with the testis.  Blood flow is very important in reproduction.  It engorges the penis for one.  And the circulatory system provides blood flow, feeding the cells nutrients in the testicles.  

Definitely the endocrine system: communication within the body using hormones made by endocrine glands such as the hypothalamus, pituitary or pituitary gland, pineal body or pineal gland, thyroid, parathyroids and adrenals, i.e., adrenal glands. Gets the heart pumping and hormones flowing, affecting, or initiating the orgasm.  

And in general I guess the nervous system: collecting, transferring and processing information with brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves and nerves. I guess to process what is going on, getting turned on, having intercourse, and the movements, etc, that will affect the testis indirectly.  

I guess even the respiratory system interacts with the testis indirectly, if you say that the lungs provide oxygen to the blood, which flows via the circulatory system to provide nutrients to the testis.  It's a pretty broad question.

If your urinary system and your reproductive system aren't connected...?

then why do you have more fluid come out when you urinate during menstruation than normally?

Because hormones cause you to retain water ( fluid ) in the pre-menstrual phase then hormones ( which have an effect on everything  in the body ) cause you to release when your period starts

Can you see the inside reproductive system of your baby in a sonogram?

I just had a 37 week sonogram to make sure our baby is doing well...My husband doesn't want to find out the sex of the baby, but I sort of do.  the radiologist pointed out the baby's kidneys and I saw inbetween them what looked like a female reproductive system...(like the fallopian tubes ect...)Is that possible or is it just the urinary system that I thought I saw?  The radiologist said that I wouldn't be able to tell anything unless she told me, but it really looked like uterus.  Can you tell from a cross section or is the only way you can looking at outer genitalia?

you typically cannot see reproductive organs on a fetus via ultrasound. It's even difficult to measure  and identifiy uterus and ovaries on an infant younger than 6 months. ...however , that being said , I have on several ocasions  seen fetal ovarian cysts. Even in those cases  though , the ovary itself was never identified sonographically ..just a cyst situated in the fetal pelvis. Ovarian involvemnt was confired via CT SCAN post delivery.

Hope this helps :-)


Cystitis is one problem that can occur in the male reproductive system?

Cystitis is one problem that can occur in the male reproductive system. Which of the following describes cystitis?

A.A bulging of a portion of the intestines or other structure through a weakness on the abdominal wall
B.Failure of one or both of the testes to move from the abdomen to the scrotum during fetal development
C.Abnormal division of cells in the testes
D.Inflammation of the urinary bladder

D.. final answer
A. is a hernia
B. is cryptochidism
c. is testical cancer or dysplasia

My mom wants to know why the middle of her back has been hurting and her reproductive sytem and her bladder?

shes not on her period she already had it. and she keeps having to go to the bathroom to do #1, more than usual. also she said that sometimes she doesnt make it ontime or she will be leaking without knowing it. maybe its urinary tract infection, wat do u think? and if it is, wat can she do to get well faster, im talking natural things to heal it, i know cranberry juice does it !

Could be bladder infection.  I believe that cranberry juice only really helps for a UTI, so it's possible for her to try drinking a lot to see how that works for her.  But, if it continues she should always go to a doctor.  It will be safer for her to be seen by a doctor and get an antibiotic if she needs one and she can get checked for other things too.

type of membrane that lines digestive, respiratoryy, urinary and reproductive tracts?

Mucus membranes...

I'm confused with some of the female reproductive organs?

I am a mature high school student heading into university next year, and I am just curious how the vagina and urinary tracks work in women. I know there is an urethra from the bladder, and the vagina connects to the cervix, but are both of these organs connected to the clitoris? Thanks.

The urethra goes from the bladder to the outside opening where the urine comes out.
The vagina comes from the cervix (opening of the uterus) to the outside where your period comes out or baby is born.
The clitoris is not actually connected to either.  It is a small protrusion where most of the nerve endings are that produce sexual pleasure, or orgasm.
Please check out the link provided.  Its important that you know your own body and how it works.

Which lactic acid producing bacteria cross the digestive tract into the urinary and reproductive tracts?

Oddly enough this came up at dinner tonight, and I could only think of two that would actually colonize...

Figured since there are so many folks on here that are into probiotics, there had to be something that I'm not thinking of, and that someone here might know it...

And since someone might wonder, we were having kimchee at dinner, someone said it was good for girlie infections, and someone asked how can anything you put in your mouth and excrete through the bowels benefit the reproductive tract. You put an ER nurse, pregnant paramedic, and a dharma teacher at a table, and strange things come up at dinner....
I take that back - I could only think of two that would...but they WOULDN'T colonize - sorry, I only realized the error after I submitted it.
L.Rhamnosos was one, L.Plantarum was the other....but neither colonizes...

So I'm rather stumped as to why ingested probiotics would have any effect on UTI or Vaginal Yeast...

You would have to have GOBS of the stuff then to change the pH for any kind of therapeutic effect then....

Hm. Gotta make ya wonder...

Streptococcus spp. and Lactobacillus spp and L. acidophilus are three lactic acid producing bacteria. 

One way that ingested probiotics would have an effect on vaginal yeast is that they change the balance of bacterias/yeast in the digestive tract and prevent a woman from re-infecting herself. It is the same theory that causes doctors to prescribe oral anti-fungal drugs to cure vaginal yeast infections. As you know, many times the yeast infection is coming from fecal matter  that manages to get into nearby areas and cause problems. UTIs are also caused many times by e coli that gets into the urethra from improper wiping.