detumescence


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detumescence

the subsidence of a swelling, esp the return of a swollen organ, such as the penis, to the flaccid state
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Detumescence was achieved by cavernosal irrigation with 0.
5 mL of that was taken as injectate) was injected intracorporeally and persistent detumescence within 2 minutes was achieved in both.
Likewise, "causa secunda" means a subsequent cause of shame, as in the shame following the detumescence.
However, it was not until the 1990s that nitric oxide (NO) was recognised as the major factor in tumescence and the phosphodiesterases (PDEs) in detumescence.
That people are disappointed by a "blockbuster" retrospective organized architecturally as detumescence is no surprise, but it then begs us to look at what it is that we want from such things.
experiences a certain detumescence, production is only possible through
For thousands years, Lamiophlomis rotata has been used as one of the traditional drugs with the effects of alleviating pain, detumescence, hemostasis, reinforcing marrow and promoting blood circulation to remove blood stasis (Yi et al.
Abstract: The post-orgasmic refractory period in men is characterized by penile sensitivity, detumescence, and reduced arousabilty.
I wondered whether I could will myself into detumescence.
Cynthia Asquith "grew up with the belief that marriage was an economic arrangement set apart from love and sexual excitement" (Beauman 114), and such an understanding is implied in the unfulfilling rhythm of tumescence and detumescence of their characteristic lovemaking: "She could rise to the height for the time [.
And ever she did this the pain was quick, the insult deep, the self-hatred more complete, and I did not, as she worked toward detumescence, truly exist.