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Definitionssexual intercourse, in either the male or female. Causes may be organic, emotional or psychogenic: adhesions, anxiety, cancer of penis, clitoral irritation, congenital malformations, constipation, decreased lubrication, diverticulitis, endometriosis, episiotomy scars, fear, fistulas, genital muscle spasm, hemorrhoids, hostility towards partner, hymenal ring abnormalities, infection and irritation of penile skin, infection of seminal vesicles, interstitial cystitis, masses or tumors, pelvic venous congestion, pelvic inflammatory disease, penile anatomy disorders, phobic reactions, postmenopausal atrophy, prior pelvic fracture, prostate infections and enlargement, psychological trauma, testicular disease, torsion of spermatic cord, trauma, ureteral or vesical lesions, urethritis, vulvar vestibulitis/vulvodynia, vulvar papillomatosis.
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