The Physiology of Sexual Response – Premature vs. Standard Ejaculation

The basic research on this issue was meticulously conducted by the American researchers Masters and Johnson and published in a book in 1966. The studies contain accurate information on the different stages of the sexual response and on how orgasm is achieved in each of the partners. Since then, many new discoveries have been added to the basic knowledge in this field, but generally Masters and Johnson’s theory is still accepted and we...

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Are You the 1 In 3 Men at Risk for Premature Ejaculation?

One out of every three men in the United States will experience, or have already experienced, premature ejaculation, also known as PE, at some point in their lives (According to the 2011 Global Online Sexuality Survey). It is a common and normal occurrence when it happens infrequently. However, if it becomes chronic, it can present many problems, both physical and psychological, including reduced sexual function, diminished sexual...

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