The Functions and Disorders of the Reproductive Organs in Childhood, Youth, Adult Age, and Advanced Life Considered in Their Physiological, Social, and Moral Relations
Lindsay and Blakiston, 1865 - Adulthood - 269 pages
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able allowed animals appears arise attended become believe blood body called cause complete condition connection consequence considered continence course danger depends desire disease doubt early effect emission entire erection evil examined excesses excitement exercise existence experience fact feeling female fluid force frequently functions give given glans habit impotence indulgence influence instances intercourse irritation kind late least less living male marriage married means mental mind moral muscles nature necessary nervous never noticed object observed occur once opinion organs pain particularly pass passion patient penis period persons physical pleasure possible practice present probably produce question reason remain remarks require result secretion seems semen sexual sometimes speak spermatozoa strong suffering symptoms takes place testes thought tion treated treatment true urethra usually vesiculę wife women young youth