The brains of men with lifelong delayed orgasm (DO) might process sexual cues differently, according to recent research in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. DO is a distressing condition that causes men to need more time to climax than they wish. Experts aren’t certain what causes DO, but some studies have suggested that the central […]
Perineal ultrasound could be useful in the assessment of some ejaculatory disorders, according to a recent Sexual Medicine Reviews study.
Delayed ejaculation (DE) does not appear to be linked to serum testosterone levels, according to new research in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
While premature ejaculation (PE) has been the focus of much medical research, less is known about other types of ejaculatory disorders. A recent study by a team of U.S. scientists reveals that such disorders are common and, for over two-thirds of men, quite distressing.
The drug cabergoline may benefit men with anorgasmia, the inability to reach orgasm in response to typical sexual stimulation.