BLOOD PRESSURE AND RESPIRATORY PATTERNS DURING HUMAN COITUS

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Authors: C. A. FOX and BEATRICE FOX
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Summary.

Changes in blood pressure and in the pattern of respiration have been investigated during human coitus. The blood pressure was recorded continuously and respiration was studied by means of spirometry. A peak of blood pressure and a sudden change in respiratory pattern were noted at the male and female sexual climax, and it is suggested that these are replicable parameters.

 

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