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Seminal vesicle implants

No waiting!
 
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After a man ejaculates, there is a period of time during which he cannot, and often cannot get an erection. Why should this be? I propose that this is because of the seminal vesicles. They must refill before erection and ejaculation is possible again. There must be some sort of biologic gauge on these vesicles that prevent things from going forward until there is a bare minimum of fluid available for a second ejaculation.

I propose that a surgical end run could be made around this system. Just as indigestible Lucite balls can be placed in the stomach to deliver a pleasant sense of sated fullness (to allow weight loss) I propose that implants into the seminal vesicles would trick the gauge into thinking these vesicles were always full to bursting, and ready to go. There would be no post-ejaculatory delay. The recipient of such implants would be inexhaustable.

bungston, Feb 10 2005

Not much use to this guy http://icwales.icne...cles-name_page.html
[angel, Feb 10 2005]

Or this one http://news.bbc.co....seyside/4253849.stm
[angel, Feb 10 2005]

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       Studied this area pretty hard, eh UB?
RayfordSteele, Feb 10 2005
  

       It seems strange that hormones would govern whether or not a man was able to ejaculate. If these two hormones were responsible, there would have to be a tremendous change in one or both at the time of orgasm such that another orgasm was not immediately possible. I am pretty sure testosterone levels do not fluctuate wildly. I do not know about inhibin. I suppose it might all go away at the time of orgasm, but really the only way the sertoli cells could pull this off is if they were cranking out inhibin like mad, all the time, and the stuff had a half life of a few seconds. If they stopped, inhibin levels would fall fast. But I dont know.   

       I remain fond of my hydraulic theory.
bungston, Feb 10 2005
  

       Unabubba - I love it when you talk dirty
benfrost, Feb 10 2005
  

       Hah - too good, [benfrost].
normzone, Feb 10 2005
  

       A different, though probably not better, solution to this ejaculatory/erectile hiatus problem could be to fiddle about with the human body in such a way as to result in a man *never stopping* ejaculating, instead being in a state of perpetual release.
calum, Feb 10 2005
  

       I don't get it...you mean some men have to wait?
kevindimie, Feb 11 2005
  

       The refractory period is Nature's way of telling you to do something else for a while.
robinism, Feb 11 2005
  

       a dry run eh?
po, Feb 11 2005
  

       [Dimie] - you probably thought they hired you as a porn star because of your good looks.
bungston, Feb 11 2005
  

       Jeez, when do I get to roll over and fall asleep?
Noexit, Feb 11 2005
  
      
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