Delayed Ejaculation Not Linked to Testosterone
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A man's testosterone levels are not related to delayed ejaculation (DE), according to a recent study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Researchers reviewed data from 988 men with ejaculatory disorders and low testosterone. They considered both intravaginal ejaculatory latency time (IELT) and masturbatory ejaculation latency time (MELT). They also took a testosterone sample from each man.
Almost two-thirds of the men had DE, but no association was found between ejaculatory time and testosterone levels.
For more details on the study, including the characteristics of men with DE and the authors' thoughts on why there was no link was found, please click here.
The World Meeting on Sexual Medicine may still be five months away, but we're excited to share some upcoming deadlines and new information.
The meeting will be held February 28 – March 3, 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal.
Register early. Early bird registration fees are available until November 1, 2017. Fees vary by category. See the list here.
Book your hotel. Rooms at seven Lisbon hotels have been reserved for meeting attendees. Check them out here.
Submit your abstract. The Scientific Committee welcomes abstracts for podium, poster and video presentations. Submit yours by November 1, 2017.
Don't forget prizes! Several prestigious research prizes will be awarded at the World Meeting. Will you be among the winners? Materials must be submitted by December 1, 2017. Get the details here.
And remember, you can always get the latest news and updates at the meeting website.
See you in Lisbon!