What do they mean by prostate health?
Pronitum is a large gland near the end of the prostate. It is surrounded by several lymph nodes. It produces prostate fluid (white, cloudy fluid) that comes out the front of the body during sexual activity.
Testicular health is important for several reasons. First, it helps prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs) and may be related to other infections. Second, if a man has a very low testosterone (T) level, the prostate gland cannot produce enough semen to meet the need of ejaculation. Testicular health also protects the prostate from a number of other problems, including prostate cancer.
In terms of prostate health, the prostate is covered by a loose band of mucus called the prostatic ring. It is surrounded by glands in the lower abdominal and pelvic regions. The prostate gland is situated under the skin. It is filled with fluid called prostatic secretions, or PSA (prostate specific antigen). This fluid contains T and other proteins. It is produced by the prostate, which then produces more PSA to help keep the prostate healthy.
The testicles are located at the base of the penis. They produce sperm. In the male reproductive tract, the testicles are the major source of the male hormones testosterone and DHT (the "male sex hormone").