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Cabaser
...  otherwise known as a malfunction of the prolactin. It may also be substituted for Bromocriptine. Thus, it can help treat anovulation, amenorrhea, and galactorrhea. Libido dysfunction and anorgasmia may also be treated with Cabaser. In addition to that, this drug is beneficial to bodybuilders because anabolic steroid medications sometimes bring about gynecomastia, and Cabaser can help  ...

Oophorectomy
...  and other bone related problems due to the sudden hormonal loss. Sexual dysfunction is also commonly seen in women who have undergone oophorectomy. In the process, they are unable to achieve orgasm and experience a decline in their sexual desire. This can happen during menopause but there is a more significant and greater chance of experiencing this after oophorectomy. How To Manage The  ...

Uterus
...  The uterus is also essential in sexual response, especially because this is a hormone-responsive part of the vagina. It directs blood flow to the outer vaginal parts and is essential for uterine orgasm to occur. There are many kinds of orgasms that a woman can experience, but the uterine orgasm is the most common one that occurs. While it is the other parts of the vagina that feel more than  ...

Dual Innervation
...  fibers working together to produce a response. One specific example is in coitus, wherein both female and male are aroused with the help of the sympathetic neurons. The act is then concluded in an orgasm, which involves your parasympathetic neurons. Both nerve fibers acted as one and cooperated to produce the sexual gratification of the couple. Antagonistic dual innervations These types of  ...


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