Pintel

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Se Pintel bið ūtera sceap weres mannes. Hit bið cinnanlic, intromittent organ þe ēac þegnað sēo hland pīpe.

Mennisc Bodiglār[adihtan]

Hlottes[adihtan]

  • Wyrt pinteles (radix): Hit bið þone fæsted hlot, hæbbende þæs bulb pinteles in þǣm middan and þæs crus pinteles, ān on ǣghwæðer sīde of the bulb. Hit ligð innan þæm superficial perineal pohan.
  • Bodig pinteles (corpus): Hit hæfð tū oferborda: bæclic (posterosuperior in þǣm rǣred pintele), and wamblic oþþe hlandpæðlic (facing dūn and bæc in þǣm āslǣp pintele). Þæt wamblic oferbord bið mearciende æt grōfe in sīdlic wege.

Geweorc[adihtan]

Se pintel bið geworht þrēora columnena webbes: twā corpora cavernosa legdeþ nēahst tō ōþer on þǣre bæclic sīde and ān corpus spongiosum ligð betwēgen hīe on þǣre wamblic sīde.

Se īecende and bulbous-shaped ende þæs swammlices bodiges sciepð þæs hēafod pinteles, þe āwreðað þæt filmen, oþþe prepuce, þe āslæccende fald hȳde þe in ūpweaxen men āndfærð cann tō sweotolian þǣm hēafod. Se rūm on þǣm undersīd þæs pinteles, hwǣr þǣm filmene bið gefæstnod, bið clipiende se hæft, oþþe frenulum. Se æppled staðol þæs hēafod bið clipiende þone corōna. Se perineal sēam bið þā bemearcod līne andlang þǣre undersīdan þæs pinteles.

Anatomical diagram of a human penis

Se hlandpæð, þe bið þæt latost hlot þǣre hlandlic pīpe, færð ofer þǣm swammlicum bodige, and his geat, cnāwen swā þæt ūtera hlandlic geat, ligð on þǣm ende þæs hēafdes pinteles. Hit bið þurhgang ǣgðer æfter hlande and æfter þǣm āndhladanung sǣdes. Sǣdu sind gemacod in þǣm beallucum and gadered in þǣre gefæstnod sǣdloppan. Āmang āndhladanung, sǣdu sind wrecen ūp þǣre sǣdhlædre, twā pīpe þe lǣdð ofer and behindan þǣre blǣdran. Wǣtan sind īeced fram þǣre sǣdlicum blǣdrum and sēo sǣdhlæder iernð intō þǣre āndhladanlic pīpan, þe geǣnð se hlandpæð innan the prostate gland. The prostate and the bulbourethral glands add further secretions, and the semen is expelled through the penis.

Se sēam bið þæt ansīene grōfe betwēgen þǣm sīdlic healfum þæs pinteles, sēonde on þǣre wamblicre oþþe undersīdan þæs pinteles, farende fram þǣm meatus (geat hlandpæðes) ofer þǣm belge tō þǣre pyndinge (rūm betwēgen belg and ærsþyrel).

Se mennisc pintel bið ungelīc þæs mǣst ōþer sycedēora, swā hit næfð baculum, oþþe ūplanglic bān, ac trēowð ǣghwæs on swellung mid blōde tō fācianne his ūplang tōstandung. Hit cann ne bið ābrigdeþ intō þǣm lescan, and hit bið stōror þanne gemǣnelic in þǣm dēorlic cyningdōm in proportion to body mass.

Līffrōdlic nota þæs pinteles[adihtan]

Pintel weaxung and puberty[adihtan]

On ingāngende puberty, se pintel, belg and beallucas sceal beginneþ tō āndwræppanne. Āmang the process, pubic hǣr weaxð ābufan and ymbe þǣm pintele. A large-scale study assessing penis size in thousands of 17–19 year old males found no difference in average penis size between 17 year olds and 19 year olds. Fram þis, hit cann bið lūcen þe weaxung þæs pinteles bið gemǣnelic geænded ne lator þonne gear 17, and ācumendlīce ǣror.[1]

Gemānalic homology[adihtan]

Hēafodgewrit: List of homologues of the human reproductive system

In scort, þēos bið cnāwen līste of sex organs þe evolve fram þǣm gelīc webb in wīfum and werum.

Þæt hēafod þæs pinteles bið gelīc þǣm clitoral hēafde; þæt bodig hol sind gelīc þǣm bodige of the clitoris; þæt swammlic bodig bið gelīc to the vestibular bulbs bineoþan the labia minora; the belg, gelīc to the labia minora and labia majora; and þæt filmen, gelīc to the clitoral hōd. Se sēam ne bið bestandende in wīfum, ac þær, sēo twā healfe ne sind bunden.

Ūplangung[adihtan]

Hēafodgewrit: Ūplangung

Ūplangung bið þæs stīfianung and rīsanung þæs pinteles, þe gelimpð āmang gemānalic āwreccanung, þēah hit cann ēac limpan in ungemānalic forcumungs. The primary physiological mechanism that brings about erection is the autonomic dilation of arteries supplying blood to the penis, which allows more blood to fill the three spongy erectile tissue chambers in the penis, causing it to lengthen and stiffen. The now-engorged erectile tissue presses against and constricts the veins that carry blood away from the penis. More blood enters than leaves the penis until an equilibrium is reached where an equal volume of blood flows into the dilated arteries and out of the constricted veins; a constant erectile size is achieved at this equilibrium.

Erection facilitates sexual intercourse though it is not essential for various other sexual activities.

Ūplangung angel[adihtan]

Þēah manig ūplang pintele ligað ūp, hit bið gemǣne and regollic for þǣm ūplangum pintele tō licganne nēahlic lēadrihtlic ūp oþþe nēahlic lēadrihtlic dūne oþþe licgrihtlic anforngean, eall hōnende on þǣre spanne þæs spannlices webbendes þe gehæfð hit in stæle.

The following table shows how common various erection angles are for a standing male, out of a sample of 1,564 males aged 20 through 69. In the table, zero degrees is pointing straight up against the abdomen, 90 degrees is horizontal and pointing straight forward, while 180 degrees would be pointing straight down to the feet. An upward pointing angle is most common.[2]

Occurrence of erection angles
angle (º)
from vertically upwards
Percent
of males
0–30 5
30–60 30
60–85 31
85–95 10
95–120 20
120–180 5

Āndhladanung[adihtan]

Hēafodgewrit: Āndhladanung

Āndhladanung bið the ūtweorpung sǣdes fram þǣm pintele, and bið oft gefērscipod mid orgasm. Līne seonulīrlices contractions bǣrð sǣd, nimende werlic gemānacellas cnāwen swā sǣdcellas oþþe spermatozoa, fram þǣm pintele. Hit oft bið folgung gemānalices āwreccung, þe mæg geinnian prostate āwreccung. Rarely, it is due to prostatic disease. Āndhladanung mæg limpan hisselflic āmang slǣpe (cnāwen swā nihtlic flowing oþþe wǣt swefn). Anejaculation is the condition of being unable to ejaculate.

Ejaculation has two phases: emission and ejaculation proper. The emission phase of the ejaculatory reflex is under control of the sympathetic nervous system, while the ejaculatory phase is under control of a spinal reflex at the level of the spinal nerves S2–4 via the pudendal nerve. A refractory period succeeds the ejaculation, and sexual stimulation precedes it.

References[adihtan]

  1. Ponchietti R, Mondaini N, Bonafè M, Di Loro F, Biscioni S, Masieri L (February 2001). "Penile length and circumference: a study on 3,300 young Italian males". European Urology 39 (2): 183–6. doi:10.1159/000052434. PMID 11223678. 
  2. Sparling J (1997). "Penile erections: shape, angle, and length". Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy 23 (3): 195–207. doi:10.1080/00926239708403924. PMID 9292834.