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coitus

[′kō·əd·əs]
(zoology)
The act of copulation. Also known as intercourse.
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25% cases had post coital bleeding Intermenstrual bleeding was seen in 23.
La valoracion del uso de condon en la primera relacion sexual se evaluo mediante la pregunta por si el, o la pareja habia usado preservativo en ese acto coital.
This current study, recognizing limitations of previous research on the aforementioned issue within the context of the increased HIV/AIDS virus, unwanted pregnancy, abortions and high fertility [17-19] coupled with the continuous lowering of age of sexual debut over the decades, can add value to public health by studying factor differentials in contraceptive use between females whose first coital activity was < 16 years and those 16+ years old as well as their demographic profile.
Impaired sexual activity: Although coital death for cardiac patients is rare and its cardiovascular risk is low, it still exists, which prevents many people from sexual activity for fear that it may cause sudden death or reinfarction, dyspnoea, anxiety, angina pectoris, exhaustion, changes in sexual desire, depression, loss of libido, impotence, partner's anxiety or concern, and feeling of guilt (23).
3 minutes, and mean pretreatment coital frequency of 0.
Del total de estudiantes encuestados, el 75,4% (147 estudiantes) presentan el antecedente de una relacion sexual coital que, al discriminarlos por semestres, corresponden al 61,3%, 75,0% y 94,3% de los estudiantes respectivamente, y proceden a contestar la totalidad de la encuesta.
5), as was a coital frequency of more than 30 times per month in the past three months (3.
No significant associations were found between HIV and recent experience of transactional sex, having an older partner, or young age at coital debut.
The faithful chain in bed with Gravity in a perpetual coital pose
And with that extra minute and a half, you can even enjoy a post coital ciggy
They argue that arranged marriages between strangers and a tradition of 'carnal restraint' lowered coital frequency; and this along with prolonged breastfeeding lengthened birth intervals.