Updated: Jul 27
For decades the field of male sexual dysfunction has remained controversial in terms of both diagnosis and management. There is a clear lack of rational, scientific and evidence-based practice in the field. Treatment remains arbitrary. This brief review tries to summarize concisely the etiology, diagnosis and management of the four categories of Ejaculatory dysfunction (EjD). This review also challenges the role of pharmacotherapy in the management of Ejaculatory dysfunction (EjD).
Premature Ejaculationm, Retrograde Ejaculation, Anejaculation
Ejaculatory dysfunction is the inability of a man to efficiently ejaculate semen from the penis at the moment of sexual climax.
Ejaculatory dysfunction is the most prevalent form of male sexual dysfunction and is a common cause of male infertility.
Ejaculatory dysfunction is classified into four types: premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation and anejaculation (no ejaculation).
Treatments for ejaculatory dysfunction include medications, behavioral therapy (for premature ejaculation) and sometimes surgery.