Because male reproductive organs are very different from female ones, male and female urethras have entirely different characteristics. In males, the urethra is seven to eight inches long. It stretches the length of the penis, passing from the bladder through the prostate gland, and connects to both the seminal ducts and the testes. For this reason, it is the pathway for semen as well as urine.
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