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Caverta
...  It helps men get an erection and keep it whenever they are sexually excited. It is capable of doing this by expanding the arteries in the penis and allowing ample amounts of blood to flow into the penis. The increase in the blood flow constricts the veins in the penis. As more blood flows in and less blood flows out of it, a sustained erection takes place. Even though Caverta does not claim  ...

Penis
...  it to escape. This way erection is created. The proximal attached root firmly holds the penis at the pubic arch. The root of the penis creates both the crus of the penis as well as the bulb of the penis. The bulb of the penis is placed within the perineum in the urogential triangle and surrounded by the bulbocavernosus muscle. The main function of the crus surrounded by ischiocavernosus  ...

Vagina
...  to as the “large lips.” This part varies in size, but it is generally large, fleshy and contains sweat and oil-secreting glands, making it the female version of the scrotum of the male penis. This is the part that gets covered by hair when females reach puberty. Labia Minora This is the part of the vagina that looks like a smaller version of the Labia Majora; hence, the nickname  ...

Perineum
...  is the urogenital triangle and it surrounds the muscles of the pelvis. The back part of the perinium is separated by the anal triangle. The perineum serves as connecting point for the scrotum and the  ...


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