Ejaculatory problems and male infertility

This and the other articles in this section describe ejaculatory dysfunction and male infertility. The terms are defined and the causes, evaluation and management of a variety of conditions are discussed.

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Authors

Mark Sigman, M.D.

Volume 104, Issue 5, Pages 1049-1050

Abstract

There are a variety of dysfunctions of the ejaculatory process which may negatively impact male fertility but are not commonly discussed. The meanings of the terms used to describe these conditions are often unclear. This month’s Views and Reviews define the commonly used and confused terms. The initial article explains normal male function with an emphasis on the ejaculatory process. Following articles discuss the causes, evaluation and management of the male with ejaculatory dysfunction.

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