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Infertility and STDs

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Lecture number:
24
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Alabama
Course:
Bsc 109 - Intro Biology Non Maj II
Edition:
1

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BSC 109 1st Edition Lecture 24 Outline of Last Lecture IX Fertilization one sperm penetrates the egg X Twins may be fraternal or identical XI Development cleavage morphogenesis differentiation and growth XII Pre embryonic development the first two weeks XIII Embryonic development weeks three to eight XIV The placenta and umbilical cord XV The embryo develops rapidly XVI Birth and the early postnatal period XVII The transition from fetus to newborn XVIII Lactation produces milk to nourish the newborn XIX From birth to adulthood XX Death is the final transition XXI Birth control methods controlling fertility Outline of Current Lecture I Infertility inability to conceive A Infertility inability to achieve pregnancy after a year of trying B Causes C Enhancing fertility II Sexually transmitted diseases STDs A Transmitted by sexual contact including genital oral genital anal genital B Can be very damaging or deadly C Some are not treatable D Bacterial STDs E Viral STDs F Other STDs Current Lecture III Infertility inability to conceive A Infertility inability to achieve pregnancy after a year of trying B Causes 1 Number and quality of sperm 60 million ejaculation is considered infertile 2 Pelvic inflammatory disease PID scarred blocked oviducts 3 Irregular menstrual cycles These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute IV 4 Endometriosis inner lining of uterus overgrows 5 Strongly acidic vaginal secretions 6 Decreased reproductive capacity with age 7 Miscarriage spontaneous abortion different than elective abortion C Enhancing fertility 1 Artificial insemination 2 Both sperm and eggs are handled outside of the body 3 Method of choice for women with blocked or damaged oviducts 4 Immature eggs must be first harvested from a woman 5 In vitro fertilization IVF a Fertilization in test tube outside of the body b After several cell divisions embryo is inserted into the uterus



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