Co-regulation of female sexual behavior and pregnancy induction: an exploratory synthesis.

@article{Erskine2004CoregulationOF,
  title={Co-regulation of female sexual behavior and pregnancy induction: an exploratory synthesis.},
  author={Mary S Erskine and Michael L Lehmann and Nicole M Cameron and Eva K Polston},
  journal={Behavioural brain research},
  year={2004},
  volume={153 2},
  pages={295-315}
}
This paper will review both new and old data that address the question of whether brain mechanisms involved in reproductive function act in a coordinated way to control female sexual behavior and the induction of pregnancy/pseudopregnancy (P/PSP) by vaginocervical stimulation. Although it is clear that female sexual behavior, including pacing behavior, is important for induction of P/PSP, there has been no concerted effort to examine whether or how common mechanisms may control both functions… CONTINUE READING