A Treatise On Gonorrhoea Virulenta And Lues Venerea (volume 1) by Benjamin BellA Treatise On Gonorrhoea Virulenta And Lues Venerea (volume 1) by Benjamin Bell

A Treatise On Gonorrhoea Virulenta And Lues Venerea (volume 1)

byBenjamin Bell

Paperback | January 19, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1793. Excerpt: ... but stricture from Gonorrhæa must necessarily, in this sex, be a rare occurrence. If it is ever met with, bougies must here, as in men, be depended upon for a cure. SECTION III. Of Impotency from Seminal Weaknefs. TTT'E here mean by impotency a deprivation of the power of propagating the species. This may proceed from various causes; but it is that variety of it only which is usually supposed to arise from weakness in the seminal vessels that we are now to consider. It is an occurrence which, in young people, either in idea or reality, takes place daily; and as it proves at all times a source of much anxiety and distress, it necessa rily becomes a frequent object of attention to practitioners. A degree of debility inducing want of retention in the seminal vessels is, no doubt, occasionally met with; but the strong desire which Nature has wisely Implanted in all men to be complete and entire, in whatever relates to the propagation of his species, is often, in early youth, the cause of much ill-founded suspicion on this point, and of circumstances respecting it being considered as real which never took place. Thus there is nothing more common than young people supposing they are weak and debilitated, on perceiving an oozing of mucus from the urethra, or a discharge of semen when at stool. The first, however, is natural to many when in full health, and where no suspicion of weakness exists; and the latter, or a discharge of semen, must at all times be the consequence of hardened fæces compressing the vesiculæ seminales, when these vessels are full of semen. But suspicion pn this point being once awake, it is often difficult, difficult, and sometimes impossible, to remove it; insomuch that many have been rendered miserable by this alone, where ...
Title:A Treatise On Gonorrhoea Virulenta And Lues Venerea (volume 1)Format:PaperbackDimensions:72 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:January 19, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217437613

ISBN - 13:9780217437615