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- Testicles are the twin organs in a man's scrotal sac. Each testicle contains areas producing sperm and special cells, which make testosterone, a hormone.
- ...testicles. The scrotum holds the testicles outside of the pelvis because sperm cells need a cooler temperature to develop well. The normal body temperature would be too high for the growing sperm.
- Pituitary gland
- ...testicles to cause permanent infertility in a man, and a dose of 2.5 to 7 gray to kill different types of cancer cells.
- ...testicles and in women's ovaries and adrenal glands. Testosterone is released into the bloodstream where it travels to many parts of the body. It helps men and women feel desire for sex. A woman...