Andrology, which has been studied for over a century, is one of the most widely studied of the sexually-related areas of science.
The theory has been around for a while and is thought to be based on the concept of ‘natural desire’ or ‘desire as a condition for orgasm’.
Andrology is the scientific name for this concept, which describes the way that a woman’s genitals produce a sensation that gives her the desire for sexual intercourse.
Andrology has been the subject of a great deal of controversy, however, because it has been shown to affect men’s sexual response to women.
The debate has been driven by some scientists, who argue that Andrology (or at least its theory) causes men to experience an erection that does not last long enough for an orgasm.
Others, like Andrzej Wajda, argue that the theory has no basis in science.
And a recent article in The Lancet, in which Wajdas team investigated the effects of Andrology on the female ejaculation, did not mention this controversy.
But in the article they discuss the evidence on Andrology and conclude that it is not relevant to the question of whether or not women can orgasm.
And it is worth noting that this is the same team that recently reported the results of a study showing that Andrologics effects on ejaculation have no relation to erectile dysfunction or other health issues.
What are the scientific claims?
The claim is that Androls effects on female ejaculations are caused by a mechanism called ‘desiring’ or desire as a ‘condition’ for orgasm.
The hypothesis is that because men experience a greater sexual response in the presence of a woman who has a strong desire to orgasm, the male penis will release a hormone called ‘anandamide’ to stimulate an orgasmic response.
This would then lead to the release of more anandamide into the ejaculate.
The effect of Androl on ejaculate contains the potential to affect male sexual response and to be harmful to women as well.
What this means is that the study team concluded that, “the results of this study suggest that women who experience increased levels of sexual desire as described by Andrology can experience a lower level of ejaculate volume.
However, the results also suggest that there are some advantages to Andrology over conventional ejaculation therapies.
For instance, Androl is unlikely to be associated with a decrease in male sexual pleasure.
Moreover, the effects on sexual desire and ejaculate volumes of Andrologic treatment may be more pronounced in women, who are at greater risk of having higher rates of ejaculation dysfunction.”
But is Andrology science?
Yes, it is.
And the scientific evidence for Andrology comes from several studies, some of which have been published in scientific journals.
But many of the studies that are published do not even have any scientific support for their findings, or are based on studies that have only a very small sample size.
And so, in practice, the scientific findings about Andrology have been interpreted as supporting the view that Andropheres effects on the male ejaculate are not harmful to female ejaculate, but only affect men and may even contribute to erective dysfunction.
The same is also true for the research into the effects that Androgens have on women’s sexual responses.
Androgens are hormone compounds that are produced in the ovaries and are found in the secretions of many species.
Some of these compounds are known to have a significant effect on the structure of the human penis and have been found to be present in semen for a number of years.
One of the main findings from these studies is that, when tested in the laboratory, Androgens cause changes in the shape of the penis.
And this shape change, the authors report, can be associated in some cases with an increase in sexual desire in men.
But this effect is much less pronounced in studies in which the test subjects are treated in a sexual setting.
These studies have shown that Androgen-induced changes in penis shape are associated with an increased desire for intercourse in men, but this effect does not seem to be linked to any physiological or psychological effects.
The authors conclude that: “It appears that Androsine influences the male sexual behavior, which could be important for its effects on erection and ejaculation.
Moreover there is some evidence that Andromes effects on penile morphology are mediated by anandamides released from the corpus cavernosum.
The study also found that Androdiazole is a potent anandammagamide, which can reduce the activity of the endogenous anandamphetamines, thus enhancing the effect of androgens on penilike erectile function.”
This finding is supported by other studies, which also found Andromeds effects on penis morphology and erectile response.
However in these studies the authors note that: Androgen effect is dependent on the presence or absence of Androcytes and anandams. In other