from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Relating to or near the pudendum.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the pudenda, or pudendum.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the pudendum; connected with or relating to the pudenda; pudic: as, the pudendal vessels, nerves, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or near the pudendum
Oh and before I go – Daryll casts some wild aspertions about What Gays Do and I thought someone should tell Daryll to try Googling something men have called the pudendal nerve.
That in fact, there is this doctor who ` s the pudendal (ph) nerve guy, Jeffrey Cole (ph), who said that and no one would listen to him in the world of pop culture, women have a pudendal nerve that either branches in two places or don ` t.
WINSTEAD: I want to know if there ` s a pudendal nerve doctor in my health plan.
The pudendal nerve supplies the clitoris but the pelvic, hypogastric and vagus nerves serve the pelvis region.
Its risqué shell is a life-sized simulacrum of the female reproductive region, including hips, an exposed midriff, two thighs and a pudendal cleft—complete with a tuft of alarmingly lifelike hair on the mons pubis.
A pudendal block involves injecting an anesthetic into nerves that will numb the perineal area around the opening of the vagina.
There are two main categories of regional medicine for pain relief in labor: (1) the epidurals and spinals, and (2) the targeted regional anesthetics (such as paracervical or pudendal blocks), which are used much less frequently.
You can go on all you want about EMLA cream and dorsal pudendal nerve blocks, but I've never seen an unsedated baby be circ'd without screaming in agony.
You might find something like this: “the ano-rectal area of men is innervated with the same nerve that innervates the penis (the pudendal nerve) and stimulation of this region (specifically of the prostate) can, by itself, produce orgasm in the male.”
The fact that Wolcott is played by the same actor who played Hickock's murderer, Jack McCall, in Season One, and that Utter spews exactly the same pudendal monosyllable that Hickock used on McCall, is just one of the many deft subtle-as-hell mirrorings that grace the show.