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General Discussion / Re: New user intro
« Last post by gdop on April 30, 2018, 06:31:19 AM »
Lots of problems in my relationship. Do we palce to much emphasis on orgasm during sex?
My partners never knew about my problems, I don't know if it was an issue or not, I concentrated most in giving pleasure to them.
I'm Cured! / I'm cured - after nearly 7 years!
« Last post by Alexander on April 28, 2018, 07:35:17 AM »
I started having ejaculatory anhedonia around September 2011. It happened abruptly and without any warning; I stopped experiencing pleasure when I ejaculated. On the 0-10 scale, 0 being the worst and 10 the best, my orgasms were usually a 0 or 1. A few years before that, I had been expelled from a university and I still hadn't been admitted to a new one. So, I was just sitting at home, life wasn't moving forward and I was probably depressed because of these things. The EA obviously made my depression a lot worse; I had until recently decided not to get married or have kids due to my EA.

In Fall 2012, I joined a new university and am currently working towards my bachelor's degree (I'm a part-time student). Around 3 months ago, I started drinking a glass of red wine every day for health reasons: I've heard it prevents heart disease, diabetes and some types of cancer. Almost immediately, I began experiencing partial orgasms (4's) though they were interspersed by a few 1's and 2's. I'm also seeing a therapist who recommended I joined the city's chess club. I did and that very night, I experienced an 8 after a long, long time. My guess is that my life became more complete and fulfilling when I joined the chess club, which somehow caused me to regain the ability to enjoy orgasms. Since then, I have been getting 6's, 7's and 8's fairly regularly. I still get 1's and 2's sometimes but I know they will improve subsequently.

Most importantly, I've decided that I'm not going to forgo marriage and kids due to an occasional poor orgasm and I regard myself as cured.
General Discussion / Re: New user intro
« Last post by runtech on April 27, 2018, 03:49:43 PM »
Going for blood tests soon
I'm Cured! / Re: I think I can state that I've found a "cure"
« Last post by jrsousa2 on April 23, 2018, 07:53:02 PM »
here's a link:

When you use it, have an empty stomach and let it absorb in the mouth\under tongue for as long as possible, like, at least 15 minutes.
I'm Cured! / Re: Significant improvement with Yohimbine
« Last post by fireman on April 17, 2018, 08:13:15 AM »
hi syagrius
Have you noticed continued improvement? On the same dosage or increased? I think we are all very keen to get an update!!
General Discussion / Sertraline or psychological problems
« Last post by Kernow65 on April 11, 2018, 03:16:20 PM »
Hello, I am new to the forum, living in the UK. I am 53 years old I have been living with anhedonia all of my life, but never discussed the matter with anyone until recently. I have just been referred to the sexual health dept of my hospital who have diagnosed me with anhedonia. When I first started masturbating, I experienced a pleasurable feeling through my whole body. This feeling occurred only once and soon became a distant memory. My early experiences of intercourse were somewhat embarrassing / disappointing and I had suffered a little bit from premature ejaculation until quite recently. I was in a marriage from 1997 to 2006 and have been in a relationship with my partner Kate since 2006. In 2003 I was prescribed Sertraline which did prolong intercourse, but in the last 6 months or so, the effects of Sertraline were prolonging ejaculation too much even on a very low dose. At no point during all of these years did orgasm feelings return either in intercourse or masturbating. I discussed coming off Sertraline with my doctor last  November and was completely off Sertraline by the end of November. Up until this time the feelings of pleasurable orgasm were a very distant memory. I would always be able to maintain an erection and would be able to sense the impending ejaculation, but experienced no pleasurable feeling. The fluids ejaculated would not be a huge amount.
Since coming off Sertraline in November, I have been experiencing a variety of experiences including in early December almost the same level of whole body orgasm, along with some new, primitive feelings. These feelings were experienced throughout December, but have now almost all disappeared and on top of that, I am now occasionally not able to maintain an erection. I have also been ejaculating a significantly larger amount since November.
My partner and I have been going through some fairly turbulent times (power struggle) since the beginning of November and we have both been under high levels of stress, but the “highs and lows” do not directly correlate with events.
My testoserone level is fairly low (13.4 nmol/L) although it is classed as “normal” by my doctor. Thyroid, liver and blood pressure all tested and ok.
My doctor at the sexual health dept isn’t sure why the feelings have briefly reappeared then disappeared. He thinks it could be either (or both) due to the shock of coming off Sertraline and / or psychological issues.
I’m not a doctor, but if the only things that have changed are the Sertraline and the current turbulence of the relationship, then surely that rules out any other issues such as nerve ending damage etc, doesn’t it?
I haven’t read many posts on the forum yet, but could only see one reference to Sertraline in a post when I did a search. I’ve seen lots of  posts saying people have only had the one initial orgasm then nothing. Apologies if this has been covered in a similar topic. Again apologies if this should be in another topic.
I'm Cured! / Re: I thought I could state that I found a cure
« Last post by NoFun on April 11, 2018, 01:21:10 AM »
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.
Please provide a link to the product you're using. The preparation for products called Royal Jelly isn't standardized.
I'm Cured! / Re: Significant improvement with Yohimbine
« Last post by Jonny on April 10, 2018, 07:05:41 AM »
I noticed the same effects as you describe with Cistanche, also known as Ginseng of the Desert. Was surprised when feeling that lingering whole-body pleasurable sensation after ejaculating. However, I stopped taking it, as it was making me hypomanic (I'm bipolar type 2); as does anything that is stimulating. I have found that supplements which raise testosterone levels to be somewhat helpful. Also masturbation sex toys (I'm single).
I'm Cured! / Re: Significant improvement with Yohimbine
« Last post by gdop on April 10, 2018, 06:14:09 AM »
Thanks for sharing.

Can you tell where did you got it, brand, or something?
In my country it is not available either :-(
General Discussion / Re: New user intro
« Last post by runtech on April 09, 2018, 12:32:49 AM »
No testes had shrunk because of low T.  They are back to normal size now. 

My mental state now is an issue thou.

Lots of problems in my relationship. Do we palce to much emphasis on orgasm during sex?
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