Scandinavian Journal of Sexology, Volume 2, Issue 4: Page 103
BIOGENIC OR A CULTURAL FACTOR
Premature ejaculation (PE) seems to be the most common male sexual dysfunction world-wide. Reports from the Middle East, India and Asia show a much higher incidence of PE than in the western world. In these areas the vast majority of men have had a ritual circumcision. In our clinic we also found a significantly higher incidence of PE in men from these parts of the world.
Is it a biogenic factor due to circumcision or a psychogenic disorder due to cultural differences?
We investigated penile sensitivity with TSA 2001 Thermal Analyzer (cold / warm and tactile sensation) in normal men and and with PE who had a ritual circumcision and in non-circumcised men. The literature will be discussed and the results presented.
Institute of clinical sexology
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