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ejaculation

[i‚jak·yə′lā·shən]
(physiology)
The act or process of suddenly discharging a fluid from the body; specifically, the ejection of semen during orgasm.
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Risperidon was stopped, and aripiprazole, which has a lower sexual side effect profile, was prescribed at a dose of 30 mg/day He came to our clinic 2 weeks after the introduction of aripiprazole, complaining of spontaneous ejaculations without sexual arousal 3-4 times a day.
It's also possible for ejaculation to be repressed by factors such as fear of pregnancy or guilt over sexuality, or fatigue or alcohol use, or as a side effect of medications such as tranquilizers and antidepressants.
The implication is that guidelines based only on number of weeks or ejaculations after vasectomy cannot adequately replace semen testing when a ligation-and-excision technique is used.
In a prospective study of more than 29,000 middle-aged men, each increment of three ejaculations per month across a lifetime was associated with a 15% decrease in prostate cancer risk.
Frequent ejaculations may alter the composition of seminal fluid and possibly decrease the concentration of carcinogens.
If anything, the risk may be lower in men who experience more frequent ejaculations.
Also, it's important to be aware of medications such as antidepressants or antispasm drugs that may work against having ejaculations or orgasms.
The new research led by Professor Graham Giles, from the Cancer Council of Victoria in Melbourne, recorded the number of ejaculations -whether or not intercourse was involved.
Too many ejaculations close together may eventually drop the sperm volume and/or sperm count.
As males have external genitalia, questionnaire studies have been utilized to determine the impact on erections and ejaculations, depending on their extent of injury.
At 9, I valued quantity over quality and used to fill my bouquets with short prayers called ejaculations -- 1,000 "Jesus, Mary, and Joseph pray for us" was my record.
The new research, led by Professor Graham Giles, from the Cancer Council of Victoria in Melbourne, recorded the number of ejaculations, whether or not intercourse was involved.