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- adj. Referring to the region of the perineum.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the perineum.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the perineum; connected with or contained in the perineum; done in or performed upon the perineum: as, perineal veins, glands, muscles, etc.; perineal section, laceration, rupture; perineal operations.
- Transverse, a branch of the superficial perineal or pudic supplying the parts between the anus and the bulb of the urethra.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to the perineum
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Dusty had the surgical procedure, called a perineal urethrostomy, performed.
4. G-spot: A particular area near the vagina is the urethral sponge also called the perineal sponge, or G-spot.
Later, they concluded she had suffered a severe perineal tear.
This is also the area that often sustains tears during childbirth, and any scars will benefit from perineal and vaginal massage.
William Howell, who had been a boatswain at Trafalgar and a sergeant at Waterloo, turns up in the journals years later, aged 55, on the Dryad, described as "very much dissipated and suffered much from stricture and perineal tumours".
It may be recognised by its dominant black colour interrupted by white fur only on ear tufts, a chin beard and the perineal area.
Women who had a planned section (not having had one before) will have less perineal pain (the perineum is the area between your legs) and less risk of vaginal bleeding after the baby is born.
Bennhold quotes a French physiotherapist who remarks that the goal of perineal sessions is to help French women get back to "making love again soon and making more babies."
To her credit, Bennhold later admits that perineal therapy in France is, in fact, for incontinence and organ descent -- though she still adds emphatically "and to improve sex," as if this side benefit were salacious enough to discredit the legitimacy of perineal therapy as a health benefit worthy of social coverage.
(Curiously, Bennhold refers to perineal therapy as "vaginal gymnastics.")