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Unformatted text preview: 040-263-105 Feb, 09 2011 Question 1:- Use of increases the blood flow to genital organs. If someone takes it and do not wish to do sex, will he still get erection? Question 2:- Why does it happen that after ejaculation, men do not get aroused? Does it mean that their senses are controlled by their genitals instead of brain? Question 3:- How to tell if a women is faking an orgasm? Quote:-The most potent chemical “aphrodisiac” may be naturally occurring substance in the body-the hormone testosterone. It is the basic fuel of sexual desire in both males and females( Apperloo et al.,2003; Davis, 2000)....
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course NAT 150 taught by Professor Smith during the Winter '10 term at Seneca.
- Winter '10