male sexual dysfunction


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male sexual dysfunction

impaired or inadequate ability of a man to carry on his sex life to his own satisfaction. Symptoms include difficulties in starting and maintaining an erection, premature ejaculation, inability to ejaculate, and loss of desire. Compare female sexual dysfunction. See also impotence, premature ejaculation, sexual dysfunction.
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The five exceptions accounted for five topics in which emphasis was higher for UGM programs in 2011 than 1996: adolescent male sexuality (62% versus 39%); role of sexuality in couple relationships (54% versus 33%); female sexual dysfunction (92% versus 39%); male sexual dysfunction (85% versus 42%); and social and cultural differences in sexual customs and beliefs (62% versus 39%).
It helps men with erectile dysfunction, but it doesn't help other forms of male sexual dysfunction, such as premature ejaculation, for example," said Dr.
In Egypt, the focus of this article, male sexual dysfunction is one of the "hidden" and thus grossly under-appreciated causes of infertility, a finding also reported from South Africa (Van Zyl, 1987a, 1987b).
Treatment of male sexual dysfunction has been focused at the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Male Sexual Dysfunction.
1] The aim of this review is to provide family practitioners with an approach to managing the common types of male sexual dysfunction.
More prevalent than impotence, which has increasingly become a hot topic in recent years, erectile dysfunction or ED is the most common male sexual dysfunction.
US Ampio Pharmaceuticals (OTC:AMPE) late on Monday said it has agreed to acquire DMI BioSciences and get all royalties, rights and patents related to DMI's drugs for male sexual dysfunction, premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction.
The observed negative association was consistent across all categories measuring male sexual dysfunction.
SAN DIEGO -- Male sexual dysfunction is a couple's problem, often replete with emotional undercurrents and medical components, and as such, usually deserves a comprehensive evaluation rather than just a prescription for the little blue pill.
Nurnberg has conducted a number of studies showing that sildenafil is an effective treatment for male sexual dysfunction induced by selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs).
Giami (2000) makes a similar case with respect to male sexual dysfunction, noting that medicine has entered the "field of aphrodisiac".