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She claims to have solved almost 80% of the cases.
I was in her clinic, didn't work for me tough, altough I had to stop going there because of health problems.
Sorry in spanish.
Contributing Factors - Physical / Where I'm at right now as of 04.10.17
« Last post by RocketTN3 on October 04, 2017, 12:04:22 PM »
Just to say I have fallen back on the physical therapy as the last bastion of help for EA.

My past posts are cluttered with all sorts of faulty and confused reasoning and I've failed enough, and been duped enough by alternative practitioners in many different areas, to realise this isn't a chemical imbalance, lyme disease, vitamin deficiency or toxicity. I don't think it's going to solve my problems taking recreational drugs, or herbs, or spreading royal jelly all over my cock, or have someone massage the inside of my anus. I'm convinced that it is a physical dysfunction that requires physical therapy though. All I can do is get on with my life and devote an hour or so each day to stretching exercises, touching and feeling about, getting familiar with the areas of the body that can affect genital sensation like the psoas muscle for example. So it's back to the drawing board again, and if anything comes about I'll post about it. I'm reading a book at the moment called 'the vital psoas muscle' from jo ann stugaard-jones. Yes EA is asking for more time and more attention in this area, but that's fine I just have to buckle down and get on with it. We all spend too much time on the internet looking and reading stupid stuff, it's a small price to pay if I can find something through a bit of research each day that will end up helping with my EA. I'm actually happy now that this is it for me in terms of outlook and approach to EA. If I die without ever getting better it won't be through wasting my time focusing on the wrong course of treatment, I'm absolutely convinced if a break through does happen it will be through the physical therapy route, and I can shoot at that theory blindfolded because of all the other deadends I've been down, enough to give me a sense of intuition perhaps. Anyway, hope you are all well and that's where I'm at right now.
I'm Cured! / Re: craniosacral therapy
« Last post by RocketTN3 on October 04, 2017, 11:45:16 AM »
hi all.
having tried lots ( and LOTS) of possible solutions to this godforsaken problem, and ive got exactly nowhere. only once have I had a benefit from all these things and that was after a chiro realigned my pelvis. he never managed to repeat it so I gave up. These include hypnotherapy, counselling, anxiety drugs, acupuncture, reiki, chiropractor, anal internal massage, pelvic floor relaxation , psychotherapy, vitamins, cabergoline ( don't go there ) over the course of 20 plus years. my continued research led me to Tarlov cysts as a tenuous link. apparently lots of people have these cysts which are problems with the nerve endings on the spinal column lower end. most people are asymptomatic. they have been linked with physical trauma to the back/spine ( I fell on my coccyx when I was 18 taking away my sight and hearing for a few minutes. I also had lots of damage to my back muscles through work and sport ). there is little one can do about these cysts but the list of possibles includes craniosacral therapy which is non-invasive, and harmless. a good friend of mine is a respected practitioner in the field so I am going to try a course of sessions with her. yes I admit desperate!
comments anyone - good or bad!!

I remember you mentioning the ciro some years ago and it stuck in my head.

I've had the anal massaging, and besides the stretching exercises I did for some time, I've not attempted anything in the way of myofascial release which is mentioned by ralding and some others. Osteopath was useless.

You may be onto something with the tarlov cyst theory, please let us all know how it goes.

I need to try a ciro at least once, you never know.
General Discussion / Re: My medication so far
« Last post by searchingforcure11 on September 28, 2017, 06:38:02 PM »
Hi Jabele.  No I don't really feel any side effects.  I take IR and usually take 7.5 mg and then another 7.5 mg a few hours later.  I like to take it before going to the gym and then take the 2nd one after and usually an hour and a half after I take it I notice is good.  I notice a lot of sensation on Adderall.  I like to edge and most of the time I get a pleasurable orgasm.  Sometimes I do not.  It has a little bit to do with the timing of when I release.  Occasionally I get a not so great orgasm.  But the pleasure is always great building up.  That is too bad you get negative side effects.  What dose do you take?
I'm Cured! / Re: Only have enjoyable Os under extreme pressure
« Last post by Jabele on September 27, 2017, 08:23:03 AM »
Thanks Rv3. So in your opinion it's more of a pelvic floor thing?
General Discussion / Re: My medication so far
« Last post by Jabele on September 27, 2017, 05:23:46 AM »
Searchingforcure....I got adderall IR from doctor as I think I also actually have ADHD and it helps my mood and ADD symptoms and then I feel like crap ( exhausted, dizzy, headache) after a few hours.

Do you take XR or instant like me?

Tried masturbating with vibe which always produces contractions and no pleasure and had the same experience sadly...I may not have timed it right though (4ish hrs after second dose, and was starting to feel yuck). However other dop agonists have not worked so not expecting anything. Was mostly hoping this would help bc I'm 99% sure I actually have ADD
General Discussion / Worried about performance with real women
« Last post by marvelousmarv2022 on September 26, 2017, 11:19:00 AM »
Hey, I'm new to this website and have been lurking for a few weeks. I have anhedonia in general but it's been steadily getting better in the past few months to the point where the only really noticeable part is the sexual anhedonia. Everything else is normal. I masturbate consistently and have no problem getting up and finishing and my orgasms are decent, like a 5 out of 10. However I feel like I have some problems staying up unless it's constant stimulation and was wondering if ANYONE was in a similar level and was worried about wether or not they'd be able to perform with a girl. Again, I have no problems with masturbating but I know it doesn't necessarily translate to real life performance.
General Discussion / Re: Looking for advice
« Last post by Carpentrov on September 25, 2017, 06:55:19 AM »
If you find anything let me know.  Your case sounds very similar to mine!  I had incredible orgasims my entire life up until 31.  I'm 33 now.  It seemed to stop all of a sudden.  Every erection I have there is a weird sensation of almost uncomfortable pressure in the middle of my penis.  My tip doesn't feel nearly as sensitive either.  Can you explain the "cork effect" in more detail?  Our cases do seem similar.  One thing I've noticed is that the whole time my cum has turned kind of yellow and more chunky I find.  Weird. I still do find though a lot of times I get a really good bj I do get that after glow effect however the intense moaning, groaning pleasure of an incredible orgasims is gone.
Some days I can get down sure but Christ there are so many afflictions one can have in their lives.  If this is what I have to deal with I will manage
I wish you the best of luck man but our cases do seem similar
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.
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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