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Clitoral sub-areas

 

Clitoral anatomy

 

Vascularization

 

Physiology

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Clitoris stages

 

Stimulation

 

Nerves of clitoral head

 

Cardiovascular

 

Clitoral blood flow

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Fetal development

 

Comparision

 

What is normal

Caution

Whenever one examines the workings of sexual activity, dangers of disease transmittal must be considered – Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).

 

  • Research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that one in four teenage females have one or more STDs.

  • If the teenage females have such a high percentage of STDs, one might conclude that the teenage males have a significant percentage with infections as well.

  • STDs can be transmitted by oral sex. Actual penetration does not have to occur.

  • The only way to be sure to not transmit STDs is to refrain from sexual activity.

  • However there are methods to reduce the risk of STDs but none are 100%. (Click here) to go to the CDC precaution site.

  • The most common STD is HPV (human papillomavirus infection), which in many forms is linked to genital warts and cancer.

  • Even teenage girls with only one lifetime partner had over a 20% infection rate. Girls with three or more partners had a rate of over 50%.

 

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