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  • n. The swelling of bodily tissues caused by increased vascular blood flow and a localized increase in blood pressure.


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  • Perhaps he was joking (this is the kind of joke men make when they REALLY need some), but wouldn't it be challenging for voters to avoid picturing the vice presidential candidate as chronically afflicted with vasocongestion?

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  • But something about the new iSight at Apple gave me pitter-pats and slight vasocongestion, so I saved up money from my paper route in 1981 and decided to buy one.

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  • • The physiological responses characteristic of sexual arousal (genital and breast vasocongestion and sensitivity) persist for an extended period (hours to days), and do not subside completely on their own.


  • Female orgasm is a variable, transient peak sensation of intense pleasure, creating an altered state of consciousness, usually with an initiation accompanied by involuntary, rhythmic contractions of the pelvic striated circumvaginal musculature, often with concomitant uterine and anal contractions and myotonia that resolves the sexually induced vasocongestion (sometimes only partially), generally with an induction of well-being and contentment.

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  • And, apparently, even if he's holding it back, it just feels like blue balls vasocongestion.


  • Alternately, letting the arousal simply fade out with rest or other nonsexual acticity will also make vasocongestion go toodle-oo.

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  • In order for a lubrication response to occur using the A-spot, the area must be constantly stimulated so that a consistent vasocongestion (the accumulation of blood in the genitals) takes place.

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  • Ice packs can be a much more discreet form of relief for vasocongestion, you know.

    Sadly, No!


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