Premature Ejaculation: 2020 Update

@article{Russo2019PrematureE2,
  title={Premature Ejaculation: 2020 Update},
  author={Giorgio Ivan Russo and Ege Can Şerefoğlu},
  journal={Current Sexual Health Reports},
  year={2019},
  volume={11},
  pages={411 - 420}
}
Premature ejaculation (PE) is one of the most common forms of male sexual disorder. There are still different opinions and point of view regarding its definition, classification, prevalence, pathophysiology and treatment alternatives. For these reasons, we aim to recap the recently accumulated data on definition, classification, pathophysiology and treatment alternatives of PE. The literature pertaining to PE has been reviewed by the authors. All the related articles were critically analyzed… Expand

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