Retarded Ejaculation and Treatment
Retarded ejaculation is a disorder in which the ejaculatory component of the sexual response cycle is totally or partially impaired without impairment of the erectile component. It may be regarded as one end of a continuum of ejaculatory control, with premature ejaculation as the other end.
KeywordsFatigue Syringe Assure Stim Culmination
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