treatise of all the degrees and symptoms of the venereal disease, in both sexes

with an appendix, Gonosologium novum by John Marten

Publisher: Garland in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 439 Downloads: 681
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  • Sexually transmitted diseases -- Early works to 1800.

Edition Notes

StatementJohn Marten.
SeriesMarriage, sex, and the family in England, 1660-1800.
ContributionsMarten, John, d. 1737.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC200.A2 M37 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationxl, 439, 150 p. ;
Number of Pages439
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3187387M
ISBN 100824059131
LC Control Number83048589

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Here are some of the signs and symptoms of STDs in women. • Chalamydia – this type of STD causes women to experience vaginal discharges including burning sensation upon urination. Some women may also experience lower abdominal pain during long courses of the disease and as well as the presence of eye inflammation and skin lesions. The Venereal Clinic The Venereal Clinic Walter B. Brunet PUBLIC HEALTH Any one who has studied asthma in locati- The sections devoted to gonorrhea in the ties other than those in which the author female, including vaginitis, show the imhas worked will be disappointed to find only portance of painstaking care in the managehalf a page devoted to other than pollen *ment of. a person's attraction to his or her own sex, the opposite sex, or both sexes when choosing a sexual partner. any disease that may be acquired as a result of sexual intercourse or other intimate contact with an infected person. flulike symptoms, genital discharge in men or women accompanied by burning with urination; 75% of women and 50%. Today cancer is seen as a disease that affects both sexes roughly equally. This is, however, a relatively recent development. Until the mid-twentieth century, cancer was viewed as a pathology mainly affecting women, because female malignancies produced typical symptoms, and were easier to detect. In the twentieth century, women’s cancers – of breast and uterus – became the principal Author: Ilana Löwy.

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A Treatise of the Veneral Disease. Contents. CONTENTS. i: Of the Organs of Generation in both Sexes. 1: Of the Yard and its Organical Infir. Of ſeveral Cauſes of Impotency. Of the Spermatick Weſſels Ovaria. àing the Venereal Diſeaſe. Of a Virulent Gonorrhaea cr Venereal.

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Impotence and Suing for Sex in Eighteenth-Century England. A Treatise of all the Symptoms and Degrees of the Venereal Disease in both Sexes.

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A treatise on the venereal disease [John Hunter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Abstract. The natural starting place for a study which analyses accounts of female bleeding in early modern England is to decode the terminology that early modern women both understood and used to describe these events.

The first occasion of bleeding, menarche, or a girl’s first menstrual period, acts as an indicator that she has reached : Sara Read. Treatise on the venereal disease Author(s): Hunter, John, Contributor(s): Currie, William,editor Cist, Charles,printer Publication: Philadelphia: Printed by Charles Cist, in Race-Street, between Front and Second-Streets, MDCCLXXXVII [] Language(s): English Format: Text Subject(s): Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

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