Premature ejaculation (PE) is when you have an orgasm before intercourse or less than a minute after you start. There is no set time when a man should ejaculate during sex, but if you ejaculate and lose your erection this soon, you and your partner may feel there’s not enough time to enjoy it.
Wiki Number: PW174
Diagnosis: Premature Ejaculation
US Patients: 4-8 minutes is typical ejaculation.
Symptoms: Male has orgasm and expels semen with minimal penile stimulation.
Medications: SSRIs slowed the process, but had negative side effects later.
Therapies: Stopping movement before ejaculation helped 50% of couples in studies.
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- Thalamocortical dysconnectivity in lifelong premature ejaculation: a functional MRI studyby Ming Gao on October 24, 2021
CONCLUSION: These results enrich the imaging evidence for the understanding of the neurobiological mechanisms and/or consequences of LPE.
- Reproduction of Mesobiotus: Comparison of Morphology and Behavior in the Family Macrobiotidae (Tardigrada: Eutardigrada)by Kenta Sugiura on October 19, 2021
The genus Mesobiotus was separated from the genus Macrobiotus in 2016 and the name referred to its phylogenetic position among the family Macrobiotidae; however, knowledge of the reproductive behavior of this genus is limited compared to those of Paramacrobiotus and Macrobiotus. This study comprehensively provides the reproductive traits, including the gamete morphologies and behavioral observations, of Mesobiotus. The morphology of its spermatozoon showed a length that was intermediary among...
- Surgical management of tuberculous epididymo-orchitis: a retrospective study of 81 cases with long-term follow-upby Yin Huang on October 16, 2021
CONCLUSIONS: We recommend patients with advanced TBEO to receive triple therapy of chemotherapy-surgery-pharmacotherapy. Physicians should pay more attention to patients' sexual function and fertility during follow up after treatment completed.
- Sexual Response Differs during Partnered Sex and Masturbation in Men With and Without Sexual Dysfunction: Implications for Treatmentby David L Rowland on October 10, 2021
CONCLUSION: Understanding a man's response potential during masturbation may be important to improving sexual response during partnered sex, with the need for more targeted research that more directly evaluates the use of such strategies in the treatment of men's sexual problems. Rowland DL, Hamilton BD, Bacys KR et al. Sexual Response Differs during Partnered Sex and Masturbation in Men With and Without Sexual Dysfunction: Implications for Treatment. J Sex Med 2021;XX:XXX-XXX.