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Sperm Cells In A Condom
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Sperm cells in a condom. Computer artwork of sperm cells (red heads, blue tails) inside a condom (not to scale). Sperm cells (spermatazoa) are the male reproductive cells. They are formed in the testes and are released during ejaculation in a fluid called semen. A condom is a latex rubber sheath used as a barrier contraceptive to prevent the sperm cells entering the female reproductive tract. This prevents unplanned pregnancies, and also helps to prevent the spread of STDs (sexually transmitted diseases).
May 1st, 2013
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