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Contributing Factors - Physical / Re: Could EA simply be genetic?
« Last post by NoFun on August 24, 2018, 06:33:15 PM »
I've had it since birth too.  A couple orgasms in my life.
General Discussion / Re: TENS unit / electrostim
« Last post by NoFun on August 24, 2018, 06:25:27 PM »
but one thing I have been waiting to mention is that i am able to achieve orgasm via a TENS unit
But I was just wondering if anyone else had resorted to this and what the outcome was (and why has this never been mentioned on this forum in any meaningful way?).  And if it works what does this say about the anatomy of the EA?
Ok. I finally fired up my TENS.

It was a complete dud for me. Mainly, I just found it uncomfortable. Zap Zap Zap.

It got less uncomfortable as I increased the frequency. Or used different modes that spread out the zap across time. Then it's more like a buzz than a zap.

I put one contact on the underside of the head. The other contact at the base of the spine (just above the cleft of the ass), or at the base of the penis.
I'll experiment with more locations and settings. My TENS has 4 pads, speed, intensity, and massage/beat/knead selections.

Besides the orgasm, did you get an pleasant feels out of this?

For me, it was all anhedonic electricity. It didn't provoke an erection. Even a chubby.
General Discussion / Re: TENS unit / electrostim
« Last post by andrew_b on August 11, 2018, 12:13:36 PM »
Which E-Stim did you go for? It looks interesting. Great to hear that it actually works.
General Discussion / Re: New user intro
« Last post by Deaconblues44 on August 06, 2018, 07:54:08 PM »
I’m sure I have the horror of being one of the longest if not the longest to have this condition. I am 44 and have had this since at least age 15 if not 14, so possibly 30 years. No end in sight, no hope in sight. Have tried vitamins. When I actually told my doctor a year ago he pretty much had no response which was exactly what I expected. Been married over 10 years, my wife doesn’t know about it, pretty much just fake pleasure with her, figure why ruin it for her?  Only discovered the official condition like 5 years ago and it was almost worse to find out what I had because until then I knew something. Was obviously wrong but just couldn’t figure it out. Once I found out what I had, did some research , it made me more hopeless. Obviously I have mostly learned to live with it but when I hear friends talk about how much they need/want it and realize the pleasure they get from it, I can’t help but feel down knowing what I’m missing out on. I have never felt a orgasm that felt good with a woman. I know when it comes to physical pleasure I am really missing out. Mostly I just live with it.  It does really suck when I think about it though. What your average male just takes for granted I am one of the rare ones that haven’t experienced it in almost 30 years.
I'm Cured! / Re: Been cured 6 months. Here's how I did it.
« Last post by curedhereshow2 on August 03, 2018, 08:14:47 PM »
Just another update. I’m still cured. A little earlier this month I noticed my orgasms were diminishing in pleasure again, so I took another weeklong course of Amoxicillin / Clavulanic acid and I’m back to 100% cured.

Has no one else tried this yet? It’s such a safe old-school antibiotic and I’m sure most doctors would prescribe you a weeklong course if you explained the situation.

Try it. Report it here if it works or doesn’t work. I often feel a strong sense of obligation to shout this cure from the treetops because I know so many of you are suffering. And  I’m sick of the (mostly) ridiculous false cures that get posted here all the time and I’m here to tell you this WORKED.
I'm Cured! / Re: I think I can say that I've found a "cure"
« Last post by jrsousa2 on July 21, 2018, 02:01:26 PM »
Omg, this definitely works for me, haha, it's amazing some of the orgasms I have on it.
General Discussion / Re: TENS unit / electrostim
« Last post by NoFun on July 12, 2018, 10:53:39 PM »

In the United States, PPA is no longer sold due to a purported increased risk of stroke in younger women. In a few countries in Europe, however, it is still available either by prescription or sometimes over-the-counter. In Canada, it was withdrawn from the market on 31 May 2001.[11] In India human use of PPA and its formulations was banned on 10 February 2011,[12] but the ban was overturned by the judiciary in September 2011.[13]

The US seems to be screwed for phenylpropanalomine.

General Discussion / Re: TENS unit / electrostim
« Last post by no_longer_numb on July 12, 2018, 09:31:57 PM »
No one wants to try tens or phenylpropanalomine, its in otc cold meds in england wheres all you English wankers at? Oh nm 
I'm Cured! / Re: Return of The O and other mysteries
« Last post by no_longer_numb on July 12, 2018, 09:26:56 PM »
Well I still have lyme, bartonella, and several coinfections causing my anhedonia. There can be multiple answers- infection alters hormones and nutrition.

My best guess is the liver and cbd impacted your mao-a / serotonin system.

I havent tried eating liver yet but its one of the only things ive read that can increase monoamine oxidase which degrades the serotonin.

If you took a 23andme test, i wonder if youd have the mao-a mutation like i do. i have high serotonin all the time due to the mutation.  Edit: i see nofun says cbd is an hta agonist so that mskes my serotonin theory more complex.

Try to see if liver and cbd sessions coincide. I just got some cbd oil so i can try it also.

I really know its not psychological for me, i have neurolyme and neurobart causing my nervous system and neurotransmitters to be out of whack

P.s. i used to have pgad persistent genital arousal for years before the ea came, so something was inflaming my penile nerves causing sexual arousal for years and then the lights went out.

Def infection+neurotransmitter for me see my post on my abilify and houttunyia reaction

I will try the cbd and liver though, thx for posting

General Discussion / Weak orgasm
« Last post by jamesmadick on July 10, 2018, 01:42:19 PM »

I am new on to this board but i am glad. After years of searching.

Ok, I was born with a mild case of hypospadias (subcoronal). This was repaired when i was young but failed. As a result i grew up with 2 urinary tract which was embarrassing. I however could manage with that until i became sexually active. I realized i was not getting enough satisfaction from sex. At the beginning it was good possibly because it was a new experience and i was getting very horny. However overtime i realized i wasnt just getting the full benefits. The majority of the cum came out of the subcoronal opening and not the new opening at the tip. I assumed this was the cause of the weak orgasm and i decided to get an operation when i was 21 to close the subcoronal opening. This was successful and my orgasm improved. However over time i have realised i am still on satisfied with it. My best orgasm is when i masturbate standing up. When i masturbate lying down its not as good. When i have sex its not as good. Could it be that there were nerve damage from the surgery? If so can this be repaired?
Note - i have feelings on the penins. I get aroused and keep an erection. Just that when i finish i hardly get the satisfactory feeling or muscle tension related with orgasm. When i stand and masturbate i do feel it slightly.
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