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A breast implant filled with saline solution and made with a reinforced silicone rubber shell that is either smooth or textured.
A serious mental disorder that causes people to interpret reality abnormally, manifesting as a combination of hallucinations, delusions, and severely disordered thinking and behavior.
The pouch that surrounds the testicles, acting as both protection and an air conditioner to keep them cooler than overall body temperature.
A class of drugs typically used to treat depression, anxiety and other disorders related to serotonin deficiencies.
Fluid emitted from the male reproductive tract that carries and protects sperm cells during ejaculation.
A microscopic examination of sperm to assess sperm count, shape and movement.
The act of avoiding ejaculation for perceived benefits such as increased sex drive and energy levels, among others.
Glandular pouches, one on each side of the male reproductive tract, that secrete a fluid containing sugar and protein into the ejaculatory duct.
A type of cancer that originates in the germ cells of men.
A buildup of clear fluid in a wound.
A neurotransmitter that influences mood, cognition, reward, learning, memory and other physiological processes; known to facilitate a sense of well-being and stabilize mood changes.
Colorectal polyps that are usually considered precancerous.
An infection transmitted through sexual contact, caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites.
An infection transmitted through unprotected sexual contact with someone who’s infected.
Solid, noncancerous breast lumps that appear the same all over when examined under a microscope and are smooth to the touch.
A procedure in which the surgeon removes the entire breast, including the nipple, areola and skin, in order to treat breast cancer.
A procedure used to treat breast cancer in which the breast tissue, nipple and areola are removed, but most of the skin is spared; often used in cases where the patient plans to get breast reconstruction surgery.
Thick, white, cheesy substance that collects under the foreskin of the penis or in the vaginal area; most common in uncircumcised men due to poor hygiene.
A medical instrument designed to be inserted into a body passage to facilitate visual inspection.
A cord by which the testicles are suspended in the scrotum.
The number of sperm per milliliter of semen.
The ability of sperm to swim normally.
An act that occurs when an individual uses drugs or alcohol in an illicit or addictive manner, or in a way the substance is not supposed to be used.
A disease in which an individual compulsively uses substances or engages in behaviors that can cause health issues and social consequences.
The immediate induction of menopause brought on by the removal of the ovaries, a woman’s primary source of estrogen.