spermatorrhea


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spermatorrhea

[spər‚mad·ə′rē·ə]
(medicine)
Involuntary discharge of semen without orgasm.
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Haller, 211, 203, "The Symptoms, Pathology, Causes, and Treatments of Spermatorrhea," quoted on 213.
11) Then, while finally admitting that the claim that the discharge was mere spermatorrhea is untenable, she still refuses to accept that it came from a sexually transmitted disease.
Eliot manages his homoerotic containment by suggesting that his illness is symptomatic of his having violated the spermatic economy: both Dino's bachelor selfishness and his occasioning Tito's homosexual panic threaten to destabilize the heteronormative world of the novel; consequently, it does not seem unreasonable, and, indeed, it might seem fitting, that he dies of what seems to be a kind of spermatorrhea.
The fruits of the plants of genus Kadsura were used for the treatment of chronic cough and dyspnea in deficiency condition, nocturnal emission and spermatorrhea, chronic diarrhea, palpitation and insomnia and so on, and they were similar to the fruits of Schisartdra chinensis.
The diseases treated included infections, skin disorders, infertility, gonorrhea, pain, conjunctivitis, blood poisoning, burning sensations during urination, bone fracture, gastrointestinal disorders, chicken pox, tumor, spermatorrhea, insomnia, tooth infections, mucus, and low sperm count and density.
Adiantum philippense was used by the TMPs to stop crying in feverish children; the plant is used by the tribal communities of Chitrakoot in Madhya Pradesh, India for treatment of spermatorrhea [67].
Serial Scientific Name Parts Disease, Symptoms, Number used Formulations, and Administration 1 Dracaena Leaf Spermatorrhea.
Amaranthus spinosus, another plant used by the Kaviraj for treatment of uncontrolled ejaculation along with passing of blood, is used by local traditional healers in Western Uttar Pradesh, India for treatment of premature ejaculation and spermatorrhea [28].
The Kandha tribe of Orissa, India uses the dried seeds of the plant to cure impotency, spermatorrhea, leucorrhea, metrorrhagia, sexual neurasthenia, and sexually transmitted diseases (Behera, S.