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Penile Vibratory Stimulation and Electroejaculation

  • Dana A. Ohl
  • Jens Sonksen

Abstract

Ejaculatory dysfunction is an uncommon cause of male infertility. In Dubin and Amelar’s1 classic paper on causes of male sexual dysfunction, only 2% of men presenting for treatment of subfertility were diagnosed with ejaculatory dysfunction as the cause.

Keywords

Spinal Cord Injury Male Infertility Premature Ejaculation Retrograde Ejaculation Assisted Reproductive Technique 
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  • Dana A. Ohl
  • Jens Sonksen

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