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General Category => Polls and Results Discussion => Topic started by: NoFun on September 06, 2010, 02:43:21 AM

Title: Drugs and Supplements - Effect on sexuality
Post by: NoFun on September 06, 2010, 02:43:21 AM
It might be helpful to compare notes on what has helped and what hasn't.

Don't limit the ratings to improvement in the feel of orgasm.

Count improvement in any part of feeling good and functioning well. Excitement, pleasurable feel, improved erections, more forceful ejaculation,  improvement with Premature or Delayed Ejaculation, if either is a problem.

Count positive effects on sexuality even if there are some negative nonsexual side effects. For example, yohimbine has helped me on occasion, but it keeps me awake and makes me feel a little agitated, and it does it for hours. If the effects just lasted 2 hours, it would be great, but I don't take it because I like sleep.

Positive means it feels like it helps, but not in a big way. Large positive means the improvement is undeniable and significant.

Same kinds of things for negatives.