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General Discussion / Re: An issue I haven't encountered here before
« Last post by needhelpage31 on December 11, 2017, 01:46:03 PM »
I haven't had this experience, and I'm sorry to hear about this change for you.

I used to get hypersensitive after ejaculation, but that hasn't happened to me for many years. And it's certainly not "painful" as you have described it.
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I'm Cured! / Re: Only have enjoyable Os under extreme pressure
« Last post by Jabele on December 07, 2017, 03:13:15 AM »
I neglected to say that I've had positive mood benefits from sleep deprivation too...perhaps cortisol is the missing link. For me, taking a bunch of cortisol doesn't do it- it seems it's when I can trick my body into making some naturally...
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I'm Cured! / Re: Only have enjoyable Os under extreme pressure
« Last post by Jabele on December 03, 2017, 06:41:17 PM »
Hi there! I also thought my orgasm issues were related to my addisons but I've been treated for it since I was 13 (and am 34 now). Untreated, addisons will kill ya, so I am on hydrocortisone for cortisol replacement and fludrocortisone for salt replacement....however, the hydro can't mirror physiological levels so idk if that's part of it. The adrenal glands control sex hormones, so I would think that would cause issues. However, all my endocrinologists and the internet says thst if you take dhea and replacement cortisol, you should have  normal sex life...i think a research study was done thst says the same, so I'm not sure.

But I agree about the stress thing...maybe that's the connection as it gets my body to make cortisol naturally which maybe is needed for orgasm.

There's gotta be a connection, just can't quite put to all together . Despite the replacement, I can't help but think there's a connection
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General Discussion / Re: Looking for advice
« Last post by Superfly on November 28, 2017, 05:32:31 AM »

 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.

If they've only checked your testosterone, they're pretty unserious. There are plenty of hormones to check for sexual dysfunction.

Did you try the Viberect? I bought one years ago, but it didn't do much for me. I wouldn't get ejaculations. Wouldn't even get erections from it.

But I see that since them they've come out with a suped up version intended for guys with severed spinal cords trying to collect sperm for artificial insemination. Would be interesting to see if even that didn't do anything for me.

I didn't try the Viberect – the reviews were not very good so I left it!

Yes, I was disappointed with the hospital consultant. Not sure where to go from here.
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General Discussion / An issue I haven't encountered here before
« Last post by Rhadamanthus on November 27, 2017, 08:31:45 AM »
The problem for me is that the stimulation of my frenulum is no longer a source of pleasure.

I’m part of the roughly one quarter (if something I read ages ago is accurate) of guys for whom contact with the glans during ejaculation is painful. I still experience pleasure from the stimulation of the glans before ejaculation. But traditionally for me the pleasure of orgasm came when the frenulum was stimulated at the time of ejaculation.

No more.

The stimulation of my frenulum, formerly a source of exquisite pleasure, stopped being pleasurable sometime in 2016. This had happened once before—lasting for a couple of months—several years earlier.

So I’m no longer experiencing a key portion of the pre-orgasmic pleasure associated with stimulating the penis. And, because the only kind of physical stimulation my penis can tolerate during ejaculation is stimulation of the frenulum, because stimulation of the glans is painful at this point, and since the stimulation of the frenulum no longer yields pleasure, ejaculation is pretty damned anhedonic.

Has anyone experienced this kind of pleasure loss in particular?
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General Discussion / Re: Looking for advice
« Last post by NoFun on November 27, 2017, 12:43:47 AM »

 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.

If they've only checked your testosterone, they're pretty unserious. There are plenty of hormones to check for sexual dysfunction.

Did you try the Viberect? I bought one years ago, but it didn't do much for me. I wouldn't get ejaculations. Wouldn't even get erections from it.

But I see that since them they've come out with a suped up version intended for guys with severed spinal cords trying to collect sperm for artificial insemination. Would be interesting to see if even that didn't do anything for me.
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I'm Cured! / Re: Only have enjoyable Os under extreme pressure
« Last post by NoFun on November 27, 2017, 12:35:56 AM »

Background on me. 33 y/o, was dxed with addisons disease at age 13.  I had a moderate sex drive when I was young but never did anything with it other than self stim.

Now any O i experience is less than 1 out of 10 on the pleasuee scale UNLESS I'm in a super stressful situation.

I always wondered if the adrenaline idea was related to my health issue but can't find any connection online

If only the testing situstion was replicable.!  welcome your thoughts. I feel like maybe there is something to this.

The Addison's fits with the stressful situations. You don't have enough cortisol generally. The extreme stress may get you to more normal levels. Is cortisol required for orgasm? Maybe.

Since they're weak, maybe it's more that cortisol lowers the threshold for orgasm, so that you can have one, but it isn't good because it's being triggered more easily, not because you've "built up" a better one.

Speaking of stress, I saw an article about sleep deprivation as a cure for depression.
http://www.sleep-journal.com/article/S1389-9457(14)00198-1/fulltext

It struck me because I've experienced better orgasms after staying up all night, and other have said the same here too.

I thought of it for you because staying up will leave me feeling much the same as when I'm really stressed. Maybe sleep deprivation increases cortisol?

It appears so.
https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/502825

Are they treating you for Addison's to normalize your cortisol levels? Have they succeeded?
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General Discussion / Re: Looking for advice
« Last post by Superfly on November 21, 2017, 04:47:09 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

Hi Carpentrov,

Firstly, apologies for very late reply!

It does sound like our cases our very familiar with regard to the changed sensations in the penis.

It is difficult to describe the "cork effect" I describe – it sounds similar to what you describe as the "weird sensation of almost uncomfortable pressure in the middle of my penis" – but maybe more veering towards a numbness. A marked difference to what I felt previously when erect anyway.

I was hoping someone on the forum can shed some light on this?
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General Discussion / Re: Article
« Last post by gdop on November 20, 2017, 05:40:37 AM »
"and in men, there’s some pretty clear physiological feedback in the form of ejaculation." That is wrong (and its nearly all this site is about).
Stopped reading after that.
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I'm Cured! / Re: Dostinex/cabergoine update
« Last post by Jabele on November 17, 2017, 04:40:51 PM »
That's a really helpful description! Thank you..im going to work on this!
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