Case reports on the use of meditative relaxation as an intervention strategy with retarded ejaculation

  title={Case reports on the use of meditative relaxation as an intervention strategy with retarded ejaculation},
  author={Michael M. Delmonte},
  journal={Biofeedback and Self-regulation},
  • M. Delmonte
  • Published 1 June 1984
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Biofeedback and Self-regulation
Two married males presented with psychogenic retarded ejaculation. Both reported the complete absence of ejaculation during sexual intercourse. Intervention consisted of meditative relaxation exercises together with supportive (brief) psychotherapy — for the husband and wife in both cases. Normal ejaculatory competence was reported by both subjects following 10–12 months of intervention. This was maintained at follow-up 14–16 months later. 

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