spermatorrhea


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spermatorrhea

 [sper″mah-to-re´ah]
old term for emission (def. 2).

sper·ma·tor·rhe·a

(sper'mă-tō-rē'ă),
An involuntary discharge of semen, without orgasm.
[spermato- + G. rhoia, a flow]

spermatorrhea

(spər-măt′ə-rē′ə, spûr′mə-tə-)
n.
Involuntary discharge of semen without orgasm.

spermatorrhea

(1) Ejaculation whilst asleep, often during an erotic dream; semen seeping whilst sleeping. The term “wet dream” is widely preferred.
(2) Involuntary and orgasm-less seeping of semen.

spermatorrhea

Wet dream Sexology Ejaculation while asleep, often during an erotic dream; semen seeping while sleeping.

sper·ma·tor·rhe·a

(spĕr'mă-tōr-ē'ă)
An involuntary discharge of semen, without orgasm.
Synonym(s): spermatorrhoea.
[spermato- + G. rhoia, a flow]
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(11) Indeed at the end of her discussion of his illness she rambles on to cite some passages from Leviticus to conclude that Sebastian's discharge was regarded at the time as something other than mere spermatorrhea (see her pages 124-25).
The Kandha tribe of Orissa, India uses the dried seeds of the plant to cure impotency, spermatorrhea, leucorrhea, metrorrhagia, sexual neurasthenia, and sexually transmitted diseases (Behera, S.K.
13 Used as preventive medicine for spermatorrhea and cardiovascular disorders as well as to raise body resistance against diseases and to keep the body healthy and mind contented.
Cardiovascular disorders, diarrhea in children, edema, whitish discharge during urination, burning during urination, diarrhea caused by excessive outside temperature, abscess, pain, helminthiasis, skin diseases, fever, spermatorrhea. 3.
spermatorrhea. 19 Gond tribe of Adilabad district, Helminthiasis, Andhra Pradesh, India.
The practitioners in between themselves used the plants for treatment of a number of ailments, which included cold, coughs, fever, snake bite, skin infections, uterine inversion, hepatitis, jaundice, inflammation, pain, heat stroke, stomach disorders, dog bite, hydrocele, burning sensations in the body, loss of memory, insanity, weakness, kala azar, diabetes, bone fracture, loss of hair, spermatorrhea, and urinary problems.
Root, bark, Acne, spermatorrhea, leucorrhea, flower rokto-pitto (local term indicating presence of blood in vomit or bleeding through nose due to liver disorders, blood clotting problems or tuberculosis).
The various ailments treated included diabetes, respiratory disorders like coughs, asthma, bronchitis and mucus, bed wetting in children, liver problems, burning sensations during urination, abscess, chest pain, bleeding from external cuts and wounds, pain, jaundice, skin disorders, lung disorder, heart disorder, spermatorrhea, physical and mental weakness, measles, gastrointestinal disorders, vitamin C deficiency, irregular menstruation with wasting away of body, swelling and pain of patella, measles, helminthiasis, and bone fracture.
Juice obtained from macerated leaf of Scoparia dulcis was also warmed with iron and then orally administered for treatment of spermatorrhea. The use of iron is common in Ayurvedic medicines and the metal is used in Ayurvedic preparations for treatment of ailments like fever, diarrhea, anemia, coughs, and asthma, to name only a few (Panda et al., 2011).
Overall, the ailments treated were simple, being common ailments like pain, fever, jaundice, hemorrhoids, helminthiasis, respiratory problems like asthma, skin diseases, gastrointestinal disorders, leucorrhea, spermatorrhea, eye diseases, vomiting tendency, burning sensations during urination, or bone fracture.