What Is a Castration?

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Castration is the removal of the male organs of an animal, rendering it sterile and unable to produce an offspring. It is also a term used to refer to the act of killing one's spirit or virility.
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Castrations seems like kind of a harsh word, but it is when a man loses the use of his testes. Usually, when you hear castration you think surgical removal of the testicles, but other
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It's when your male animal cannot reproduce anymore. The operation removes the gonads/testicles. The animal is said to be castrated, neutered or fixed.
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Surgical castration involves removal of a patient's testes, the primary source of the male hormone testosterone. In chemical castration, production of testosterone is suppressed by
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( ka′strā·shən ) (medicine) Removing, or inhibiting the function or development of, the ovaries or testes.
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cas·trate
[kas-treyt]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [CAS·TRAT·ED, CAS·TRAT·ING.]
1.
to remove the testes of; emasculate; geld.
2.
to remove the ovaries of.
3.
Psychology to render impotent, literally or metaphorically, by psychological means, especially by threatening a person's masculinity or femininity.
4.
to deprive of strength, power, or efficiency; weaken: Without those ten new submarines, our navy will be castrated.
NOUN
5.
a castrated person or animal.
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Castration is the surgical process to remove the sexual organs of both males and females. The male loses function of his testicles and the female loses function of the ovaries. It is normally done to remove diseased or cancerous testicles and to prevent pregnancy.
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