Therapie von Ejakulationsstörungen

  • S. Machtens
  • A. J. Becker
  • M. A. Kuczyk

Zusammenfassung

Eine physiologische männliche Sexualfunktion bedarf der zeitlichen Koordinierung von Erektion, Orgasmus und Ejakulation. Obwohl Ejakulationsstörungen in der andrologischen Sprechstunde zumeist eine untergeordnete Rolle spielen und nur etwa 7% aller Männer mit Fertilitätsproblemen unter einer ejakulatorischen Dysfunktion leiden [34], scheinen zahlreiche epidemiologische Studien der jüngsten Vergangenheit zu belegen, daß die Ejakulatio praecox eine Praevalenz zwischen 4–75% in der männlichen Bevölkerung hat. [29, 41, 44]

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  • S. Machtens
  • A. J. Becker
  • M. A. Kuczyk

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