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Premature ejaculation: an observational study of men and their partners.
Shorter IELT was significantly associated with reduced ejaculatory control and sexual satisfaction and increased distress and interpersonal difficulty, indicating the need for additional PRO measures to characterize PE. Expand
An Evidence-Based Unified Definition of Lifelong and Acquired Premature Ejaculation: Report of the Second International Society for Sexual Medicine Ad Hoc Committee for the Definition of Premature
The ISSM unified definition of lifelong and acquired PE represents the first evidence-based definition for these conditions and will enable researchers to design methodologically rigorous studies to improve the understanding of acquired PE. Expand
International Society for Sexual Medicine's guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of premature ejaculation.
It is suggested that the prevalence of premature ejaculation is considerably lower than previously thought and that ongoing research will lead to a more complete understanding of the pathophysiology as well as new efficacious and safe treatments for this sexual dysfunction. Expand
Summary of the recommendations on sexual dysfunctions in men.
Specific evaluation, treatment guidelines, and algorithms were developed for every sexual dysfunction in men, including erectile dysfunction; disorders of libido, orgasm, and ejaculation; Peyronie's disease; and priapism. Expand
Affective and physiological sexual response patterns: the effects of instructions on sexually functional and dysfunctional men.
Dysfunctional men showed greater general psychological distress, as measured by the SCL-90, including elevated somaticism, anxiety and depression scores, as well as more negative and fewer positive cognitive-affective states. Expand
An evidence-based definition of lifelong premature ejaculation: report of the International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM) ad hoc committee for the definition of premature ejaculation.
The ISSM definition of lifelong PE represents the first evidence-based definition of PE, and will hopefully lead to the development of new tools and Patient Reported Outcome measures for diagnosing and assessing the efficacy of treatment interventions and encourage ongoing research into the true prevalence of this disorder. Expand
An Update of the International Society of Sexual Medicine's Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Premature Ejaculation (PE)
An update of the International Society of Sexual Medicine's guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of premature ejaculation (PE) and best practices treatment recommendations are presented to guide clinicians, both familiar and unfamiliar with PE, in facilitating treatment of their patients. Expand
Disorders of orgasm and ejaculation in men.
The recommendations concerning state-of-the-art knowledge of disorders of orgasm and ejaculation represent the opinion of seven experts from seven countries developed in a process over a 2-year period. Expand
Perceived control over ejaculation is central to treatment benefit in men with premature ejaculation: results from phase III trials with dapoxetine
To assess the utility of perceived control over ejaculation (‘control’) in the evaluation of treatment benefit in men with premature ejaculation (PE), and to compare effects associated with aExpand
Self-reported premature ejaculation and aspects of sexual functioning and satisfaction.
PE was a common problem, was characterized by a lack of ejaculatory control, and was associated with significant effects on sexual functioning and satisfaction, and additional research on the sensitivity and specificity of these self-report questions should be pursued. Expand