How do you cure spermatorrhea
Functional disorders of the male genital organs
Textbook of Urology pp 517-527 | Cite as
Impotentia generandi, the lack of fertility despite the ability to have normal sexual intercourse.
Impotentia coeundi, the inability to have natural sexual intercourse.
Symptoms of irritation of the sexual organs, such as priapism, accumulated semen loss, etc.
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