spermatorrhea


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sper·mat·or·rhe·a

 (spər-măt′ə-rē′ə, spûr′mə-tə-)
n.
Involuntary discharge of semen without orgasm.
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sper·ma·tor·rhe·a

n. espermatorrea, pérdida involuntaria de esperma.
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(18.) See: Elizabeth Stephens, 'Pathologising Leaky Male Bodies: Spermatorrhea in Nineteenth-Century British Medicine and Popular Anatomical Museums', Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol.
After puberty, he developed dysuria, gynecomastia, no spermatorrhea and erectile dysfunction.
Circumcision was also advocated to adult males as a cure for spermatorrhea, a fictitious disorder.
The other long-term effects of khat use include malnutrition, psychotic reactions after chronic use, depressive reactions, irrigative disorders of the upper gastrointestinal tract (gastritis, enteritis), cardiovascular disorders, hemorrhoids, impaired male sexual function, spermatorrhea, impotence, periodontal disease, and mucosal lesions (keratosis).
nucifera is usually used for the treatment of seminal emission, spermatorrhea, excessive leucorrhea and frequent urination, and shows the effect of strengthening the kidney and arresting seminal emission.
"The Symptoms, Pathology, Causes, and Treatments of Spermatorrhea" warns that the self-polluter is loath to "'acknowledge his affliction, even on the repeated inquiries of the physician'" (quoted in Haller and Haller 213), just as Dimmesdale realizes that a "man burdened with a secret" such as his "should especially avoid the intimacy of a physician" (1:124).
Tribal communities of Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh, India use the plant against headache and spermatorrhea [81].
Wuweizi has been utilized as a sedative and tonic to treat various diseases such as chronic cough and dyspnea, nocturnal emission, spermatorrhea, enuresis, and frequent urination and could also be used as flavouring agent of foods [8].
The various ailments treated were menstrual problems, prolapse of uterus, fistula, diphtheria, helminthiasis, snake bite, pain, paralysis, skin disorders, bone fracture, rheumatism, respiratory tract infections, gastrointestinal disorders, spermatorrhea, allergy, insanity, meho, internal bleeding, external bleeding, and fever.
First appearing in English in 1526, the word gonorrhea referred to an unusual discharge from the penis, distinct from mere spermatorrhea.
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.
In desperation, he undergoes cauterisation for the dreaded spermatorrhea. Eventually, he finds salvation in the simple prescription of regular sexual intercourse.