Stop-Start Procedure refers to a method of treatment for premature ejaculation in which the man or his partner stimulates him to sexual excitement, and, as he approaches the point of orgasmic inevitability, stimulation is stopped. This procedure is repeated over time which can result to the man's development of greater control over his orgasmic response.

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