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I want to clear up something the other answer omit. It doesn't matter how much the comparative differences are between the oxy levels of men and women. This is because we are basically two entirely different subspecies concerning our neurology. The effects of biochemistry on each system are going to be significantly different.


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Could not fit in a comment… I don't quite know how to answer. I think that the only answer one could give is why not?. Various mechanisms may evolve under different life-history, different environment, different ecological strategy, different mutations occuring,.. In some species (including some amphibians) the evolution of sex determination system is ...


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Does Oxytocin increase more so for women than for men after sex? Answer: Yes, Oxytocin level shoot up for female after sexual. It is highest at orgasm, which is the main cause women could have multiple orgasm. Someone told me that it increases 4-fold for men and 12-fold for women (unconfirmed). Answer: The level of oxytocin actually increase 5 ...


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Women have erections too! These erections are called clitoral erection. These erections are usually accompanied by vaginal lubrification. Just like men, the absence of norepinephrine during the REM phase of the sleep causes erections. In women, this phenomenon is called Nocturnal clitoral tumescence while it is called Nocturnal penile tumescence in men. In ...


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Sometimes men wake up with an erection in the morning. Why does this happen? Shortly speaking: REM (Rapid Eye Movement) is one phase of sleep. During this phase we dream and some of our neurotransmitter are shut off. This include norepinephrine, which is involved in controlling erection. Norepinephrine prevents blood to enter the penis (preventing the ...


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There is absolutely no way to tell to be honest because mulberry trees have the capability of changing sex (reference). From a paper titled "Diversification of mulberry (Morus indica var. S36), a vegetatively propagated tree species", I quote The sex expression of plants appears to be a function of hormonal control; there seems to be evidence that ...



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