As long as man has breathed, his quest for the perfect sexual experience seems to have eluded him. Often the experience has been brought to an abrupt end by the misery of premature ejaculation. This paper will look at the history of premature ejaculation, charting the importance of this event throughout the years and across cultures. It will look at all modern day therapies and will discuss the implications of introducing pharmocotherapy to a problem that has been traditionally treated by sex therapy.
Family Practice Nursing | Gender and Sexuality | Medicine and Health | Nursing | Other Nursing | Public Health and Community Nursing
Astbury-Ward, E. (2002) ‘From Kama Sutra to dot.com- The History, Myths and Management of Premature Ejaculation’. Journal of the British Association for Sexual and Relationship Therapy. 17(4),367-379
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Astbury-Ward, Edna M., "From Kama Sutra to dot.com- The History, Myths and Management of Premature Ejaculation" (2002). Social Inclusion Research Unit. Paper 27.