The Patient Recruiting AgencyTM announces the recruitment of male volunteers for a medical research study for those who suffer from the medical condition commonly referred to as premature ejaculation.
The research study will take place in multiple study facilities across the United States. Research study participants must be adult males 18 to 54 years of age that have experienced premature ejaculation in all, or nearly all, sexual encounters. Participants must also be in monogamous, heterosexual relationships.
Premature ejaculation is a medical condition and a common sexual complaint. Many men during the course of their lives will deal with premature ejaculation at some point. Premature ejaculation is a condition occurring in all or most sexual encounters characterized by uncontrolled ejaculation either before or very soon after sexual intercourse begins. This condition can cause emotional distress for partners, as well as frustration and a sense of anxiety about sexual encounters.
There are currently no approved drugs in the United States to treat premature ejaculation. A medical research study such as this one is one of the steps required for a drug to be approved to treat a medical condition. Therefore, advancements in drug therapy depend upon volunteers participating in research studies.
The Patient Recruiting AgencyTM