Disorders of male reproductive system, Biology

DISORDERS OF MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

(i) Prostatomegaly - Enlargment of prostate gland. It causes difficult & painful micturition.

(ii) Impotence - Inability of male to achieve complete erection of penis.

(iii) Sterility - Inability of the male's sperm to fertilize the ovum.

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