Nymphomania, or a Dissertation Concerning the Furor Uterinus  

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La nymphomanie: ou traité de la fureur utérine (Nymphomania, or a Dissertation Concerning the Furor Uterinus) is a book written by the obscure French doctor, J.D.T. de Bienville , and translated into English in 1775. It was frequently republished and translated.

The work is seen as a pendant to L'Onanisme (1760), the famous treatise on onanism by Samuel-Auguste Tissot.

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