Sperm cells form inside the testicle and are then stored in the epididymis (EP-ih-DID-uh-mus), a small coiled tube behind each testicle, where they mature.
When a man ejaculates ( has an orgasm), sperm cells travel from the epididymis through the vas deferens (vass DEF-er-ens) to the seminal vesicles (SIM-uh-nul VES-ih-kuls), where they mix with fluids made by the vesicles, the prostate gland, and other glands to form semen.
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1 The Society still recommends that people get to know their bodies by looking at and touching their breasts; however, it no longer recommends regular self-examinations that follow a prescribed method every month at the same time.
A doctor may perform a DRE as part of a routine medical examination.
If you have a disability or a condition which you believe should be taken into consideration in assessing your exam performance, you should apply in writing, enclosing evidence from a doctor demonstrating appropriate specialist qualifications or a professional, such as a Chartered Educational or Occupational Psychologist, an Associate Member of the British Dyslexia Association or specialist trained teacher holding Approved Teacher Status accredited by the BDA or confirming your condition and explaining how your performance could be affected and what steps can be taken to ensure you are able to perform to your full potential.
Applications without verifiable, evidence such as an appropriate diagnostic report will not be considered.
If you are 40 to 49 years old, you should have a clinical breast examination by a trained healthcare professional at least every 2 years.
Talk to your doctor about your risk of breast cancer, along with the benefits and risks of mammography.
There is disagreement amongst health care professionals about whether to promote breast self-examinations or not.
In 2007, the Canadian Cancer Society changed its position on breast self-exams and no longer recommends routine breast self-examinations.
The CII carries its equal opportunities policy through to cover all the exams it administers.
Provisions are made for candidates who have different educational requirements or disabilities including, but not restricted to those who are dyslexic, blind, partially sighted or those with dexterity impediments.
The CII acts at all times to ensure that no unfair barriers apply to those seeking to gain the qualifications it offers.