ANATOMY OF SEX ORGANS AND PREGNANCY: WHAT ARE THE COMPONENTS OF EJACULATION?
There are 2 components, emission and expulsion. Emission comprises contractions of the internal, sex organs i.e. prostrate gland, seminal vesicle, vas deferens and testes. These collect the semen and deposit at the entrance of the urethra. The expulsion consists of rhythmic contractions of the penile urethra and the muscles at the base of the penis. They force the semen to spurt out of the penis and are accompanied by the intense pleasure of orgasm.
After ejaculation how much time one takes for second erection?
Once satisfactory ejaculation takes place there is refractory period during which man again cannot respond to further sexual stimulation. One cannot ejaculate again. This interval goes on increasing with the age.
What is resolution phase in males?
During this phase penis returns to its normal size. After ejaculation usually half the erection is lost soon. Remainder of erection slows down slowly. Person develops sweating and may feel hungry.
Some person feels call for urination.
What is female response of lubrication?
Lubrication is similar to erection in male. Lubrication of vagina occurs with in 15 to 30 seconds. It takes place due to engorgement of vaginal blood vessels. Inner 2/3 of the vagina expands. Later on outer 1/3 becomes so engorged and swollen that the entrance of vagina is considerably narrowed.
What is 'sex skin' reaction?
Veinous congestion of vagina produces a colour change in the labia minora from pink to bright red in those who have never given birth to a child and from red to deep wine colour in multipara. This 'sex skin' reaction always appears before orgasm is achieved.
What is 'sex flush'?
Nipple erection and skin flushing are more marked in female. Skin flush is a measles like rash generally seen in more than 50 percent females. Rash appears below the ribs and over the breasts.