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I'm Cured! / Different method
« Last post by bongo on March 27, 2020, 12:31:44 AM »
Maybe we're all masturbating wrongly, see my list on male squirting, I never have time on my own but if you do have a hot bath, and concentrate on the glans soft or hard , get some shampoo on the head and using the centre of your palm do circular rubbing, I immediately start to pee, but I've read if you carry on you get great orgasms , I think we're using our minds to to much to ejaculate when it should be just a physical nerve act, that's why ssri medication ruin it, we have no feeling so we use our brains to rush it. It should feel good or at least strange from the start of playing with your dick , mine doesn't . But it's a strange feeling when using this palm circular method ,but like I say haven't had time carry on . How we are now is like we're short circuting the orgasm because we expect it to be crap anyway. Part of me is scared of it being the cure because it means I've wasted the last 40 years wanking wrong.Another part of me doesn't want to keep trying in case it doesn't work, as just thinking it will work gives me hope that it will, if you know what I mean? Give it a go! Find the sensitive spot and push through the strange pain feeling. Tried augmentin didn't do a thing!
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General Discussion / Re: Is your semen thick or liquidy?
« Last post by gdop on January 31, 2020, 06:53:35 AM »
Sometimes thick, sometimes not.
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tks for the update!
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General Discussion / Re: Is your semen thick or liquidy?
« Last post by ILikeBread on January 29, 2020, 12:08:53 PM »
On the topic of not reaching sufficient arousal, people with HSSD (Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder) seem to not be able to, or have difficulty, experience normal arousal during sexual activities. SA is also said to be considered a kind of HSSD.

Food for thought?
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General Discussion / Re: Can other sexual disorders be a cause of SA?
« Last post by ILikeBread on January 29, 2020, 11:59:40 AM »
What you say is really eye-opening to me, as I feel a similar way. I never knew it was out of the ordinary, or that anyone else experienced anything different.

I think it's definitely worth looking into.

Also, thanks for your reply. As I look more and more into this, and possible factors not only for myself, but for others too...it seems like we can all realistically be cured someday.
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General Discussion / Is your semen thick or liquidy?
« Last post by xduskyx99 on January 28, 2020, 08:38:03 AM »
Mine is very thick and clumpy and I thought it was just a normal variation, until on another forum I read a post by a guy who said that he also has had thick semen but only if he came too fast. Others agreed with him and this really got me thinking that ejaculating without orgasm is actually a form of premature ejaculation, meaning the body is ejaculating before sufficient arousal has built up for orgasm.
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General Discussion / Re: Can other sexual disorders be a cause of SA?
« Last post by xduskyx99 on January 28, 2020, 08:35:44 AM »
I definitely have hypoactive arousal. I think sexual pleasure is like a feedback loop between the physical sensation in the brain, and once the arousal reaches a peak an orgasm is unleashed. In my case however that link seems to be broken, I'm able to get an erection but it's like there's not enough activity going on in my brain for that arousal to build up.
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Okay time for an update.

I've been taking 500mg NAC for awhile now. Originally I took NAC + Sarcosine for general anhedonia, but dropped the sarcosine because it was making me hypomanic.

I also couldn't experiment with higher doses of NAC (2x1200mg) like the op who cured his ejaculatory anhedonia because I didn't like the feeling or effects (can't remember exactly what they were). Also these days I experiment with low doses rather than megadoses of anything.

Anyway the good news:

1. My general anhedonia has improved. I don't feel so blunt anymore, I experience more happy emotions. This is even more evident want drunk.

2. My OCD has lessened a lot. Lets say 90% subjectively speaking. My urge to go back and check if I've locked the front door every time I leave the house ha reduced significantly.

The bad news:

1. No improvement in orgasm.

Other factors:

1. I was told to increase my potassium by a fellow OCDer to help my OCD, so I try and eat more potatoes these days. So that could have been the reason my OCD improved also, but I think it was mainly the NAC.

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Now I'm coming back here because I started looking into dxm for something else (totally forgetting I had already looked into it somewhat already here), because I remember writing about night nurse and my orgasm improving.

Anyway I plan on taking a low does of dxm everyday (no tripping/abusing shit) and see how that helps me generally and with my orgasms. Low dose for me is 10ml of robotussin dry cough which is 15mg of dxm. The same amount which was in the night nurse that time I experienced a 3 out of 10 orgasm (usually 0 out of 10). The good thing about robotussin is dxm is the only active ingredient, while night nurse also has an anti-histamine.

It might do something it might not. I've read people find it hard to get erect or even ejaculate on the stuff, but those people abuse high doses. But if you google [dxm orgasm site:reddit.com], you'll find a few experiences of people who spent hours rubbing it out and then having out mind blowing orgasms form it, or orgasms from yawning.

But I don't want to abuse high doses or trip balls, there are plenty of bad stories out there of how it wrecked their life and mental health. So I'm hoping a low dose will be able to give me a bit more pleasure without effecting erections or ejaculation, and if that's the case, retrain/rewire my brain overtime.

Now here is a possibly related study: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S018844090100279X

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Abstract
Background
To ascertain the role of endogenous opioids in sexual response, naltrexone, an opiate receptor antagonist, was administered to men, and its effect on selected self-report measures of sexual response to masturbation was recorded.

Methods
The data are based on results from 20 healthy, sexually active (alone or with a partner) men, aged 20–29 years, who ingested naltrexone (25 mg/day × 3) or placebo in a randomized, double-blind crossover design. There was at least a 14-day interval between drug and placebo treatment. Between 18 and 22 h after the most recent dose of drug or placebo, subjects viewed sexually explicit videos in privacy for 2 h. They were instructed to masturbate and have as many orgasms as desired. The following three different self-report measures of their responses were recorded: number of orgasms; intensity of sexual arousal, and orgasmic intensity.

Results
Under the naltrexone condition, the volunteers experienced a significantly greater mean number of orgasms (3.4 ± 0.2 SEM) than under the placebo condition (2.6 ± 0.3). The total number of orgasms was 67 under the naltrexone condition and 51 under the placebo condition. At the first orgasm, the measure of intensity of arousal was significantly greater in the naltrexone (3.9 ± 0.2) than placebo (3.4 ± 0.2) condition, and the measure of orgasmic intensity was significantly greater in the naltrexone (3.7 ± 0.2) than in the placebo (3.0 ± 0.3) condition.

Conclusions
The present study provides evidence that endogenous opioids modulate orgasmic response and the perceived intensity of sexual arousal and orgasm in men. The findings suggest that naltrexone could be clinically useful in cases of inhibited sexual desire and erectile dysfunction.

I've never tried naltrexone as I've never pursued trying to get this problem fixed through a doctor, and I'm not sure he would even prescribe it anyway.

However dxm is also an opioid, so could be the reason it might help orgasm. Anyway I'm sure I'll be able to report back and tell you whether it was a success or not in a month or so.
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General Discussion / Re: Specialist doctor!
« Last post by jd777 on January 24, 2020, 09:45:06 AM »
Yes, I met with Dr. Goldstein almost 15 years ago. He was really good about helping me try various medications.

I had to travel from the midwest to get there, but I found it helpful to see him. He's a believer in the need to help people like us. So, even though I'm not aware that he's come across a single solution, I think you'd find he'd listen, and he'd be willing to try things for you that other doctors might not.

Was he able to solve your issue? Or just helped you feel better about it?
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General Discussion / Re: Specialist doctor!
« Last post by needhelpage31 on January 21, 2020, 02:18:17 PM »
Yes, I met with Dr. Goldstein almost 15 years ago. He was really good about helping me try various medications.

I had to travel from the midwest to get there, but I found it helpful to see him. He's a believer in the need to help people like us. So, even though I'm not aware that he's come across a single solution, I think you'd find he'd listen, and he'd be willing to try things for you that other doctors might not.
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