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General Discussion / Re: Male anorgasmia treated with oxytocin
« Last post by needhelpage31 on January 21, 2020, 02:16:19 PM »
For what it's worth, working with Dr. Goldstien in San Diego many years ago I tried sub-lingual (under the tongue) oxytocin.

For me, it did not improve sensation at all. I was bummed, but glad to try it out.
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I'm Cured! / Re: Recovery in sight with intermittent fasting!
« Last post by needhelpage31 on January 21, 2020, 02:04:23 PM »
Your improvement with intermittent fasting is really interesting. I've been thinking of trying that just for the weight-control and other benefits of it.

This gives me an extra "push" to try it out.

Thank you for posting.
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I'm Cured! / Re: Possible Cause?
« Last post by needhelpage31 on January 21, 2020, 12:30:19 PM »
Thanks for your post and encouraging words.

This group has been a help to me over the years, too.
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General Discussion / Can other sexual disorders be a cause of SA?
« Last post by ILikeBread on January 19, 2020, 09:43:06 AM »
I've been wondering for a few days, but I haven't been sure if it was even a worthwhile question. Could something like Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSSD) cause a person to simply "not be aroused enough" to be able to have proper orgasm?

My only knowledge comes from my own experiences and stuff I've gotten from Google or here, but if I'm correct, I feel like this could be a cause of some peoples SA.

If someone just isn't aroused enough, maybe they just can't do it? Maybe this could have to do with something like desensitization instead of HSSD, but still.
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General Discussion / Re: Male anorgasmia treated with oxytocin
« Last post by jd777 on January 19, 2020, 01:09:40 AM »
This is the first case I've found of male anorgasmia being successfully treated with anything. Oxytocin is a neuropeptide hormone that plays a role in social bonding, sexual arousal and pleasure. It's released during orgasm. For a while I've suspected that this condition may be caused by an oxycotin deficiency. I also display some autistic traits, and oxycotin levels have been found to be lower in males with autism. I'm wondering if anyone has ever gotten their hands on an oxytocin nasal spray or would be willing to try it out.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18086171

Did you try taking it?
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General Discussion / Re: Describe your perfect orgasm
« Last post by jd777 on January 19, 2020, 01:08:37 AM »
As it's been 40 years without ,I'd like to know what I'm missing, I seem to remember it built up in my penis then shot up to my brain then back down my spine under my bum then back to my penis, as i t all stopped first time I was able to ejaculate id love to know other people's description of there best orgasm?  Please

I'd say it's a wonderful head rush as I remember it and a very relaxed feeling after. Haven't had one in 9 years.
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I'm Cured! / Possible Cause?
« Last post by ILikeBread on January 17, 2020, 08:21:01 PM »
Hello, I am new here. I have only been here for a few days, but I've read a lot about people here finding cures, and making progress, and not only do I think I found out what is causing my SA, but I have already made a bit of progress towards my personal cure.

So, to start off, I am going to list everything that could be causing it, from stuff I know is affecting me, to things I thought I should note, in case it helps anyone else.

One thing that I will say before I start off though, is that I don't remember ever feeling an orgasm before, because I likely haven't, so to anyone who hasn't as well, don't feel as if you cannot find something that will work for you. I believe you can, do not give up.

Pelvic Floor Issues.
I've had these since I can even remember, and still do. This is a very common problem within this community and so I'm glad that this is the main problem for me, as there is a lot to read about it here.

Depression.
I've had this since I've hit puberty, and it's a really common problem, but I personally noticed I tend to push it off as a "real cause", so just in case anyone who reads this is doing the same, please don't. Take everything you can into consideration.

Gender Dysphoria.
I am transgender, which I doubt most of you are, but this is likely a big problem for me, but I'm lucky to be getting on hormones this year, which will definitely reduce this issue.

Posture.
I've had an anterior pelvic tilt for years, and I think that this only worsens my pelvic floor problems. I reccomend anyone with this to fix it asap, as it isn't as hard as you may think.

Chest Breathing.
I don't know how many of you do this too, but I have for a long time. I didn't even notice this wasn't the norm, and am currently working on fixing it, and getting used to puffing up my stomach as I breathe, not my chest.

Hormones.
I doubt this is a problem for me, but I haven't checked yet. I still plan on it, as you can never be too safe. I recommend everyone who can afford it, to do the same.

This is all that I can think of. I am only hopefull for the future. I don't think that I have said anything that hasn't been said before, but even so, i hope that my post has helped even one person.

I am extremely thankful for everyone here, because without you I wouldn't be where I am today. That sounds a bit cheesy, but I am really serious. I really hope that everything here, both posting and reading, can find their own cure. Don't give up.
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I'm Cured! / Re: Been cured 6 months. Here's how I did it.
« Last post by asvidesh on January 14, 2020, 02:17:50 AM »
many thanks for the regular updates, curedhereshow
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I'm Cured! / Re: Been cured 6 months. Here's how I did it.
« Last post by jd777 on January 13, 2020, 10:43:45 PM »
I am still 100% cured, years later. The pleasure of my orgasms average between a 7 and 10 every time. I haven't needed to take a course of Augmentin in over a year. It would appear the cure is permanent, but if symptoms ever emerged again I wouldn't hesitate to take another course for a few weeks.

There is now evidence of two people curing themselves with antibiotics on this forum.

Augmentiin and Doxycycline are the safest antibiotics I have found.

Never take Cipro (the entire class of Fluoroquinolones are dangerous like you wouldn't believe) or Flagyl, unless you're basically on your deathbed, because the side effects of these drugs can be devastating and VERY long lasting (I'm talking years from even a few doses.)

I urge anyone suffering from this condition to try a course of Augmentin (Amoxicillin with Clavulanic Acid) for a couple weeks and see what happens. Just ask your primary care doctor and explain the situation and how someone emphatically says this cured them, or get creative in obtaining it. It's not hard.

If Augmentin doesn't work, I would trial Doxycycline. I believe Doxycycline was what a previous poster used to cure themselves when they were being treated for Lyme Disease.

I myself went on a 3 month course of Doxycycline when it was discovered I had a rare infection (Brucellosis). It is very safe, and might be effective.

You get a lot people on this forum not making progress, chasing down a lot of strange ideas, posting in the cured section even though they are NOT cured. Yet there are two people who are permanently cured without using any maintenance drug whatsoever. We both became cured using antibiotics: Augmentin for me, Doxycycline for the other guy.

Get a hold of them. Try it. This condition appears to be the result of hidden infections, at least for some of us, so treat it like an infection.

Thank you for continuing to update. I think many have given up or just check in occasionally.

Can I ask how your condition started? Mine started acutely from a groin injury most likely so I'm wondering if this applies to me or not.
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General Discussion / Specialist doctor!
« Last post by jd777 on January 13, 2020, 10:19:31 PM »
Has anyone seen Dr Goldstein or Dr Perelman? I'm considering it but would need to travel. http://sandiegosexualmedicine.com/male-issues/anhedonia-pdod

I'm not thinking they really have a cure yet though to be honest but maybe I'm being negative. Btw in my case I had acute onset of symptoms that coincided with a pelvic injury.
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