coitus


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That condoms were the preferred method of contraception, and coitus interruptus was the second most popular method, reflected findings from previous research involving Korean adolescents (Lee & Kang, 2011).
The gynecologist's expert witness argued that the patient told the gynecologist that she did not have unprotected coitus.
The presenting complaints of these patients with candidal balanoposthitis were preputial fissuring, itching, pain, burning sensation, burning micturition, painful coitus, inability in retracting the prepuce, phimosis, depigmentation and subpreputial discharge.
Coitus as a factor in the pathogenesis of neurological complications.
The variables studied were age, place of birth, gestational age at first visit, gravidity, age at first coitus, number of sexual partners, tobacco use, Papanicolaou smear results, and cervical gonorrhea and Chlamydia test results.
Usually, they are asymptomatic but can be complicated by infection, trauma or can make coitus difficult, as with the patient in this report.
For example, while coitus interruptus is a safe method for any woman, regardless of her physical state, its relative ineffectiveness may not make it a good choice.
In a state of pissedness, the poor unsuspecting punters who neck a Special Brew or a litre of Asda Smartprice Vodka under the forgivable misapprehension that it is some kind of health tonic are liable to actions including--but not limited to--climbing electricity pylons, urinating through the letterboxes of the local Tory constituency office and frenzied coitus with random fat girls round the back of the chippy.
Of the 30 deaths, five took place before, 9 during and 16 after the coitus.
The newspaper did not discuss whether the watchdog regards coitus itself to be contrary to childhood development, or any theories it may have about childrearing without conception.
In general, the more modern the study site, the greater the proportion of participants who had dated or engaged in fondling or coitus by age 16 or 18.
Considering the facts that the only method of birth control available at the time was coitus interruptus, which is only moderately effective, and that the Arabs prided themselves on the number of children they had, we may safely assume that Aishah was born within the first four or five years of her parents' marriage.
He said that for married couples, "being completely naked during the act of coitus annuls the marriage.
Accordingly, this study examined whether a single-event recall period (the last time coitus occurred) was consistent with longer recall periods (14 days and 60 days) for a sample of African American adolescent females.