Nerve Endings

Some articles on nerve endings, nerve:

Achieving Orgasm - In Females - General Orgasmic Factors and Variabilities
... to achieve because the glans of the clitoris, or clitoris as a whole, has more than 8,000 sensory nerve endings, as much as or more than the human penis, as well as more than any other part of the human body ... the vaginal walls "contain relatively few nerve endings, making intense sexual stimulation, pleasure, and orgasm from vaginal-only penetration unlikely" and that "it's generally only the lower third of the vagina ...
G-Spot Amplification - Sexual Stimulation and Studies - Findings - Debates
... wall innervation have generally shown that there is no single area with a greater density of nerve endings ... with the absence of a vaginal locus with greater nerve density ... vaginal wall where the G-Spot is said to be located nor the Skene's gland appear to possess great nerve density, the urethral sponge, which is thought by some to be homologous to the G-Spot ...
Phantom Limb - Neurological Basis
... theory for cause of phantom limbs was irritation in the severed nerve endings (called "neuromas") ... When a limb is amputated, many severed nerve endings are terminated at the residual limb ... These nerve endings can become inflamed, and were thought to send anomalous signals to the brain ...
Cutaneous Innervation - The Role of Nerve Endings On The Surface of The Skin - Exposed Mucous Membranes
... Though there is no specific categorization, both “free” nerve endings and unencapsulated nerve endings of myelinated axons are found within the dermis of those areas ... The cornea, one of the other exposed mucous membranes, contains “free” nerve endings served by nonmyelinated axons ...

Famous quotes containing the words endings and/or nerve:

    Life is not so much about beginnings and endings as it is about going on and on and on. It is about muddling through the middle.
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