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coitus

[′kō·əd·əs]
(zoology)
The act of copulation. Also known as intercourse.
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The second study, by researchers in Seattle, WA; Chicago, IL; Winnepeg, Canada; Research Triangle, NC; and Kisumu, Kenya, has shown that circumcised men had a significantly lower risk for coital injuries (bleeding, scratches, cuts, abrasions or "getting sore") compared to uncircumcised men and that there was no difference in sexual function between circumcised and uncircumcised men.
John Rock, of the Emory University School of Medicine, pointed out that coital frequency maybe a poor measure of pain or satisfaction.
Studies evaluating the efficacy of the Yuzpe 2+2 regimen have been confined to patients exposed to a single unprotected coital act within the previous 72 hours.
However, level of knowledge about sexuality during pregnancy was not related to coital frequency, sexual desire, and avoidance of intercourse.
If you control for male factor infertility and coital behavior, women with minimal or mild endometriosis have lower monthly fecundity rates and lower cumulative pregnancy rates compared with women with a normal pelvis.
YOU could be suffering from coital cephalgia - headaches that come on during sex.
The operations were performed only on women with advanced uterovaginal or vaginal vault eversion who were sexually inactive, did not anticipate future sexual activity, and were counseled about the loss of coital ability and its potential effect on self-image following surgery.
Subjects were assessed in terms of the proportion of male condom- or female condom-protected coital acts.
Women were trained to use the female condom, collect samples of vaginal fluid with swabs before and after intercourse, fill out a form documenting any problems during condom use and record details of intercourse in a coital log.
Resultados: El 18% de los hombres jovenes y el 8% de las mujeres jovenes reportaron un debut coital temprano.
5 coital acts per cycle, and 78% of the subjects used the cellulose sulfate gel alone, as instructed.
Ushercell was used alone and correctly in over three-quarters of coital acts in the study.