Author: Meng Z//Wang Z
Andrology Laboratory, Tangdu Hospital, Fourth Militory Medical University, Xi'an 710038, China
Conference/Journal: Sheng Wu Yi Xue Gong Cheng Xue Za Zhi
Date published: 2004
Other: Volume ID: 21 , Issue ID: 1 , Pages: 74-5, 80 , Word Count: 152
tudies on the effective methods and mechanism for the treatment of patients with functional ejaculatory incompetence were pursued on the basis of clinical practice. 90 patients with functional ejaculatory incompetence were treated by giving the electromagnetic stimulation to their pudendal nerve and the vibrational massage to their penis. Then the excitation conductive time and velocity of their pudendal nerve were simultaneously determined by the electro-neurophysiology technique. Of the 90 patients with functional ejaculatory incompetence, 69(76.7%) obtained cured effects, 19(21.1%) notable effects and 2(2.2%) improved effects. The total effective rate was 100%. The excitation conductive time and velocity of their pudendal nerve were both significantly different from those before treatment (P < 0.05). These suggest that it is practical to reach the ejaculatory threshold, trigger the ejaculatory reflex and complete the process of ejaculation because the nerve with improved excitational conductibility may release more acetylcholine from is endings after the electromagnetic stimulation to nerve and the vibrational massage to penis.