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Female Genito Urinary System

The female Genito Urinary system is made up of the womb (uterus), ovaries, cervix, fallopian tubes and vagina.

The urinary organs form the excretory system of liquid waste. The urinary organs as excretory system serve the purpose of waste disposal for the body. The excretory system excretes toxins, excess water, and other solutes. In addition the excretory system regulates blood pressure, metabolism, and blood composition and volume. Click on them to find out more.

The Genital system performs the reproductive function in women in their child bearing age.

Uterus (Womb)

A muscular organ, shaped like an upside down pear. Its inner lining is called the endometrium. The neck, or entrance to the womb is the cervix, which has a small hole in its centre, called the os. Below are some of the common conditions, treatment and procedures involving the Uterus. Click on the topics to find out more.

Ovaries

Two small almond shaped glands that contain eggs (ova). The ovaries are responsible for the female sex hormones. Below are some of the common conditions, treatment and procedures involving the ovaries. Click on the topics to find out more.

Cervix

The continuation from neck of uterus which has a small hole in its centre, called the os. Below are some of the common conditions, treatment and procedures involving the cervix. Click on the topics to find out more.

Fallopian Tubes

These are two small tubes that connect the Ovaries on either side to the uterus in the centre. These tubes carry the egg (ovum) from the ovary to the womb. Below are some of the common conditions, treatment and procedures involving the Fallopian tubes. Click on the topics to find out more.

Vagina

A muscular canal around 7.5 cm long that extends from the neck of the womb to the genitals, or vulva. Below are some of the common conditions, treatment and procedures involving the vagina. Click on the topics to find out more.

Bladder

The urinary bladder is a musculomembranous sac which acts as a reservoir for the urine; and as its size, position, and relations vary according to the amount of fluid it contains. It receives urine from the kidneys through the ureters and is dispensed from the bladder through the Urethra.  Click on the topics to find out more.

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