FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3 & 12: Planned Parenthood, Urinary Retention, Simula

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Chapter 3: female and male anatomy and physiology page #53-94: Female anatomy and physiology: only women possess a sex organ the clitoris that"s solely devoted to producing pleasurable sensations. The clitoris: the body of the clitoris, termed the clitoral shaft, is about 2. 5 cm long and 0. 5 cm wide. It"s a smooth, round knob or lump of tissue, which resembles a button and is situated above the urethral opening. Week #2: both organs receive and transit sexual sensations, but the penis is directly involved in reproduction and excretion. The vestibule: refers to the area within the labia minora that contains the openings to the vagina and the urethra, the vestibule is richly supplied with nerve endings and is very sensitive to tactile and other sexual stimulation. Its primary symptoms are burning and frequent urination: pus or a bloody discharge is common, and there may be intermittent of persistent ache just above the pubic bone.

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