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Human Vaginal Fluid, pH, Urea, Potassium and Potential Difference during Sexual Excitement

  • Gorm Wagner
  • Roy J. Levin
Part of the Perspectives in Sexuality book series (Persp. Sex.)

Abstract

The vaginal epithelium in women is a stratified epithelium with no glands (Figure 1). It is constantly renewed from the mitosis in the basal layer, with cellular exfoliation from the surface.

Keywords

Vaginal Wall Urea Concentration Resolution Phase Vaginal Epithelium Stratify Epithelium 
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References

  1. Levin, R.J. and Wagner, G. (1977). Human vaginal fluid — ionic composition and modification by sexual arousal. J. Physiol. 266: 66–67P.Google Scholar
  2. Wagner, G. and Levin, R.J. (1977). Vaginal fluid. In Hafez, E.S.E. and Evans, N. (eds.), The Human Vagina, Elsevier-North Holland, Amsterdam.Google Scholar

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© Plenum Press, New York 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • Gorm Wagner
    • 1
  • Roy J. Levin
    • 1
  1. 1.DenmarkEngland

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