To study the knowledge, attitudes toward premature ejaculation and evaluate the associated with premature ejaculation among clients of men’s clinic in STI Division Bureau of AIDS/TB/STIs Department of Disease Control (Bang Ruk). The sample included 356 men aged 18 to 59 selected by simple random sampling. The data were collected by using a self-reported questionnaire and analyzed by multiple regression analysis. The study results: 1) Subjects have average ages are 35.1 ± 1.07 years old, 56.7% are single, 47.8% are high school level of education. 2) 51.1% have low level of knowledge toward PE, 58.4% had been received data about premature ejaculation and 45.7% receives source of premature ejaculation information from internet, 42.8% from friends. The factors which associated with knowledge are the level of education higher than high school (β=.20, p<0.001), have been received information of PE (β=.16, p<0.001) and attitude of PE (β=.47, p<0.001) which these factors have positively and significantly correlated with knowledge toward PE (R=.58, R²=.33 p<.001). 3) 55.3% have low level of attitudes toward PE. The factors which associated with knowledge are ages (β=.12, p<0.05), receives information of PE (β=.12, p<0.05) and knowledge of PE (β=.49, p<0.001) which these factors have positively and significantly correlated with attitudes toward PE (R=.55, R²=.30, p<0.001).
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