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General Discussion / Looking for advice
« Last post by Superfly on September 16, 2017, 01:15:31 PM »
Hi there, long-time lurker on here. Very much appreciate this resource and the contributions.

I am looking for advice on what to explore next for an improvement/solution? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

(I've been reading a lot on the pudendal nerve theory and I was thinking about seeing a physiotherapist with known expertise on this?)

My story...

A few years ago, my usual intense orgasms ceased over a short space of time. Hard to describe, but it feels like an uncomfortable 'cork effect' in my penis when erect – a feeling of disconnect. The head of my penis also feels much less sensitive when erect.

There was no obvious reason for the onset of this – and no reason has been identified, having explored this at length with a professional (see below).

I have never had any problem getting erect, but the lack of a normal (intense) orgasm is severely affecting me.

I went to see my GP about it. I was referred to a doctor at the local sexual health clinic, where I have had periodic appointments for a while now. The clinic doctor has been very understanding and is a good listener – we mainly explored the possibility that the problem lies 'in the head'. I was given some exercises to try, including kegel exercises. There was no improvement though.

Last year, the clinic doctor referred me to the Department of Urology at a local hospital. After a long wait for my appointment, it turned out to be a disappointment. I was briefly examined by the consultant. He handed me an information leaflet on the Viberect, which is a medical stimulator for ED treatment. In addition, he had my testosterone levels checked again – the results were normal.

NB: I was circumcised when I was a baby for medical reasons. This may or may not be related to this issue.
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General Discussion / Re: Only orgasm was first time
« Last post by Roger on September 13, 2017, 01:28:41 AM »
This is really embarrassing - can anybody give me any ideas about this?

For many years I practiced prone masturbation

Now I have lost all contact with my penis and have burning pain in my scrotum. This seemed to start after one particularly aggressive bout

I am wondering whether I have damaged my pudendal nerve with this stupid rough treatment of a sensitive area full of nerves

Any thoughts on this?
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General Discussion / Re: Only orgasm was first time
« Last post by NoFun on September 10, 2017, 10:52:00 AM »

About the same for me. Two orgasms in my life. One in my teens, one in my early 20s.

52 now.
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General Discussion / Re: Only have enjoyable Os under extreme pressure
« Last post by NoFun on September 10, 2017, 10:50:26 AM »
Interesting about the stress.

One thing that others of us have noticed is better results when we've stayed up all night, which I assume also effects stress hormones.

Over at curetogether, 12% of Corticosteroid users for Addison's report "inability to orgasm". I think that is much higher than normal.
http://curetogether.com/addisons-disease/side-effects/
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General Discussion / Re: Suddenly stopped having orgasms one day
« Last post by gdop on September 08, 2017, 08:08:46 AM »
You can browse the forums, not anyone of us are equal, mine came when I was a teenager, maybe because of some pain masturbating (irritation with soup?), or some tragedy that happened in the family.
How old are you?
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General Discussion / Suddenly stopped having orgasms one day
« Last post by :( on September 04, 2017, 06:56:52 AM »
About one year ago, one day I went from having great orgasms to no orgasm. Weird thing is, each time I feel the build-up, often quite intense, but feel nothing other than the cum passing through when I should be having the orgasm. I haven't had a single orgasm since that day.
My username reflects how I feel about this.  :(
How does my experience compare to yours? Was yours sudden or was it a gradual loss? Any possible causes of sudden orgasm loss? The fact that it was sudden implies the cause was physical, not mental, but I wasn't taking any tablets or medication at the time. Any help would be great.
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I'm Cured! / Re: I thought I could state that I found a cure
« Last post by jrsousa2 on August 31, 2017, 04:46:35 PM »
Hi guys, I bought fresh royal jelly from amazon (an expensive kind, don't even know if it's the same as above),
and the truth is it really does make me horny as a fucking fuck.

I guess I didn't know how to use it properly, perhaps that's why I'd thought it wore off.
It's best if left in your mouth to be absorbed underneath your tongue for as long as possible, I usually allow
10-15 minutes, when you swallow, it's best if it's on empty stomach.

If you're well rested and you take it regularly on that fashion, at least for me it makes me 20 something again.

Today I saw 2 people on the street, and their sights made me so horny I felt like "attacking" them (lol).
Then I returned home and relieved myself with porn, omg, incredible.
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General Discussion / Sexual tolerance - a theory
« Last post by Nathaniel on August 29, 2017, 02:02:52 AM »
I believe i have this condition, although i've never been diagnosed. i have previously visited a doctor who was of no help, simply throwing some words around and pushing me out the door once 15 minutes had surpassed. I am 16 years old which makes medication difficult, but seeing as llately this condition has been more or less constantly on my mind i have had several thoughts as to its cause.
For a time before i began masturbating or any sort of sexual activity i used to watch porn, i don't know if i really knew what i was doing, i would have been 11 at the time. Anyway, for a decent amount of time, stretching into the months perhaps, i used to watch porn without stimulating myself at all.
I wonder now if i had somehow tuned my brain to be hyper-sensitive to sexual stimulation, and thus when i began masturbating the immense change in stimulation caused a sort of "tolerance". or perhaps i trained my brain to require lengthy amounts of arousal, or just somehow screwed with this region of my brain.
I hold doubts to this theory seeing the amount of time that has passed between now and then, i would have guessed the body would adjust back, however i would be interested to see if anybody has a similiar story.
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I'm Cured! / Re: Only have enjoyable Os under extreme pressure
« Last post by R3V on August 28, 2017, 03:04:48 PM »
Though I am male, I can identify myself with this...might be something there however I'm not sure if it is the actual adrenaline. I say that because I've had orgasms without any adrenaline invoking situation that were as good as those. I think the thing is that when you are in these moments that give you the adrenaline, you do surrender to the moment whereby all your senses are very high without being tense about them...you just take it all in. You're actually not thinking in those moments, just really receiving / feeling what's happening.

I think that this feeling and accepting what you're feeling is the biggest thing...but this is not as easy as it sounds. But for example if someone tickles you, your muscles contract in the spot that gets tickled...and it doesn't feel particulary pleasant, however if you accept the tickling it actually feels nice... I think that this is partly what might be going on when you're not really focusing in the correct way with the pelvic floor muscles (and surrounding muscles)... They are not relaxed and get tenser in the wrong way before the orgasm making you oblivious to the feelings at orgasm...

What helped me pretty much so far is try to let go of all thoughts and anticipation of the orgasm, and really try to focus on what you're feeling at the moment...
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General Discussion / Re: Only have enjoyable Os under extreme pressure
« Last post by Jabele on August 14, 2017, 06:36:30 PM »
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