The penis along with the testes form the visible portion of the male reproductive organs. Its main functions are reproduction through intercourse and urination, while it attains its full growth during puberty which ends for men by the time they attain 16 years of age. The parts of the penis are:
Glans: It’s the foremost part of the penis which is slightly enlarged than the rest of the shaft. It’s covered with a pinkish and moist tissue known as mucosa. The glans is covered by the foreskin, which is a thin layer of skin.
Corpus cavernosum: The two columns of elongated tissue along the sides of the penis, which fills up with blood during an erection.
Corpus spongiosum: A cylindrical length of tissue running along the penis’s length at the centre. The urethra, a passage which passes out urine, runs through it. This tissue too swells up during erection.
There are two actions of the penis that help it in performing its sexual function, which is erection and ejaculation. During intercourse, more blood flows into and less blood flows out of the Corpus Cavernosum and Corpus Spongiosum tissues. This causes the penis to become engorged or ‘erect.’ After this, the male engages in intercourse and releases sperm into the female’s body. This activity is termed as ejaculation.
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