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In 2010 the International Society of Sexual Medicine published its practice guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of premature ejaculation. This guideline was translated and adapted on a number of points by a committee consisting of members of two Dutch sexological societies, the 'WVSD' and the 'NVVS'. The most important subjects in this guideline are: (a) the case history is the most important diagnostic tool; (b) a physical examination is usually not necessary; (c) determination of the subtype of premature ejaculation can guide treatment; (d) pharmacotherapy alone is only applicable for primary premature ejaculation; (e) combination therapy is preferable for the secondary form of premature ejaculation, and pharmacotherapy is contraindicated for the other 2 subtypes.

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Peter Leusink, Marcel Waldinger, Ellen Laan, Jacques van Lankveld, Eric Meuleman, Cobi Reisman, Luca Incrocci. Practice guideline 'Premature ejaculation']. Nederlands tijdschrift voor geneeskunde. 2012;156(41):A5344

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PMID: 23062264

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