Premature ejaculation: different pathophysiologies and etiologies determine its treatment.

@article{Waldinger2008PrematureED,
  title={Premature ejaculation: different pathophysiologies and etiologies determine its treatment.},
  author={Marcel D. Waldinger},
  journal={Journal of sex & marital therapy},
  year={2008},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={1-13}
}
Premature ejaculation (PE) is a frequent male sexual complaint. Its occurrence does not automatically imply the existence of a male sexual disorder. The current DSM definition of PE has a low-positive predictive value with a high associated risk for false-positive diagnoses of PE. A new classification in four well-defined PE syndromes has recently been proposed for the pending DSM-V. According to this new classification there are different pathophysiologies, etiologies, and treatments of PE… CONTINUE READING

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