Women's Health Matters: Overview

Modified on 2009/10/14 21:33 by admin
The female reproductive system is comprised of two general structures, the external female reproductive organs and the internal genital organs. The external female reproductive organs serve two functions; first, they permit sperm to enter the body, and second, they protect the internal genital organs from infectious organisms.

The internal genital organs serve as a pathway called the genital tract. This pathway travels from the ovaries, through the fallopian tubes, to the uterus, and on to the birth canal.

View sub-topics at right to learn more about some specific women's health conditions and some of their common causes.

See Also

  1. Reproductive System: Overview
  2. Hinkley, California: Overview
  3. Lupron / Leuprolide
  4. Terbutaline / Brethaire: Overview
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