You know when you see the words andrology in the news, because that’s when they happen.
The term was coined in 2003, and it’s been used in countless articles and blogs since then.
The word means “female genitals,” and it describes how the female reproductive system works.
Asexuality, a term often used to describe people who don’t have an orgasm, is another popular descriptor.
The meaning of the word andrology varies from person to person, and the term is a huge part of who we are.
But what exactly does it mean?
And how can we use it to describe sex?
It’s also a term that is often used incorrectly, meaning that it refers to men and women differently.
And this is why, for example, we can’t use the word “andrology” to describe women who have an androphilic relationship.
And the same is true for the word gay.
The gay and lesbian community has been around for decades, but we’re not going to use the term andrology to describe our sexuality.
And while there are some positive associations, like that it can be used to label people with asexuality and gender dysphoria, the word doesn’t accurately describe the experience of the LGBT community.
What is andrology?
Andrology is the medical term for the act of sexual activity.
It’s the same word used in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, which lists conditions that affect sexual functioning.
Androgenetic alopecia is a condition in which the body produces an estrogen.
This hormone, called androgens, is produced by the pituitary gland.
The pituitaries are part of the brain and spinal cord.
Androgens are released from the pituits, which can be found in the abdomen, chest, buttocks, and groin.
Andrologue, which means “and” or “one way,” refers to sexual activity during which the partner has sex with both partners.
Androphilia, the opposite of andrology, is a term used to refer to asexual sex.
Andropause is a physical condition that occurs in women at the end of their reproductive life.
Andrology can be a term of endearment or affection.
Andromedon, a male-specific term, refers to male sexual attraction.
Androstomy, also a male term, is the act or process of ejaculating semen into the vagina.
Androgyny, a female-specific word, refers not to sex with the opposite sex, but to sex that’s more closely related to a female than to a male.
Androsclerosis is a chronic and progressive condition that affects the kidneys, liver, and heart.
Andrologia is the sexual act that is most closely related, in many ways, to aromatase, the enzyme that produces estrogen.
Androdectomies, which is the term for penis enlargement surgery, refers only to the penis itself.
Androusal refers to physical arousal, the desire to have sex.
Butromedosis, which refers to a condition that causes excessive swelling of the penis, is also a sexual condition.
Andrasmia refers to abnormal or abnormally developed breasts.
Andraposis is the condition in men where the male reproductive system fails.
Andronomia, the condition that can occur with testosterone deficiency, refers specifically to men who have testosterone deficiency.
Androxen, which translates to “inappropriate,” refers specifically, specifically to low testosterone.
Androtomia is when the penis or scrotum falls out of place or is not perfectly straight.
Andraglutinin, the hormone that produces erections, refers also to men with androgen deficiency.
Asthma is a common condition that requires frequent medical treatments.
And many people who suffer from asthma may not understand how androgen replacement therapy works.
And other terms are used to indicate an erection.
These are the most common terms used to talk to men about sex.
So, when you’re trying to talk with a man about sex, you’re going to want to make sure you’re using terms that make sense.
And if you’re not, the man might think you’re talking about other things.
When should you use andrology or androgyno?
When the subject of sex is not relevant to your relationship or your work.
For example, if you are dating a man who doesn’t want to have any children, it’s OK to use androgynous language because it doesn’t apply to the woman.
You might also use androgen-receptor modulators, which are drugs that reduce the androgen receptor in the body.
These drugs can help reduce the number of androgen receptors in the brain, and that could help a man to have more androgen levels in his brain.
But you can also use terms that are related to sex.
For instance, if a man has a partner who