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Men With PE May Have Different Brain Structure
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Scientists have discovered differences in brain structure when comparing men with and without premature ejaculation (PE).
The study, published in May in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, involved 54 men with lifelong PE and 42 men without the ejaculatory disorder.
Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the researchers assessed the volumes of various brain structures, including white matter, gray matter, and the caudate nucleus.
They discovered that average caudate nucleus volume was greater in men with lifelong PE.
More details on the study are available here.
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