In females the reproductive system and the urinary system are separated. True or false?

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Austin Share
Feb 3, 2018




I'm not entirely sure how to answer your question other than to say that yes, the reproductive and urinary systems are separate in women. If you think about it logically, it wouldn't make sense anatomically for them not to be separated, as it would make reproduction far more difficult.

Something you may find interesting that further backs my statement up is that the reproductive system and the urinary system develop from separate embryonic tissues:

The uterus, the uterine tubes, the cervix, and a portion of the vagina derive from embryonic tissue called the paramesonephros, whereas the bladder and the urethra are derived from a tissue know as the urogenital sinus.

Hope this helps!


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