Frequent Porn Use Not Always Problematic
Premature Ejaculation: Is Pregabalin an Answer?
Frequent pornography use doesn't always signal a pornography problem, according to a new Journal of Sexual Medicine study.
Researchers analyzed the results of three separate studies involving over 15,000 pornography users. The research team considered various factors, including demographics, socioeconomics, personality traits, and psychological needs.
The participants were also classified depending on the frequency of their porn use and how problematic it was.
The researchers found that more participants fell into the "non-problematic frequent" category compared to the "problematic frequent" category.
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New ISSM Journal Editions Now Available!
A new research summary has been posted to the ISSM website.
"A Double Blind, Placebo Controlled, Randomized Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Tolerability of On-Demand Oral Pregabalin (150 mg and 75 mg) in Treatment of Premature Ejaculation" by Dr. Mohamed Refaat El Najjar, et al. was published in January in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
The study involved 120 men who took 150 mg of pregabalin, 75 mg of pregabalin, or a placebo before intercourse. The men then reported their intravaginal ejaculation latency time (IELT) for each encounter.
Click here to read the summary.
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