I started taking l-tyrosine about 2 weeks ago (capules, 1 a day. Each capsule contains 500mg) and I really think I can feel things happening around my crutch area. I'm not sure how to describe whats going on but some muscles are harder to compress.
I have suffered with EA since I was 15, now Im 48. (apart from a small remision when I was 23). So I have not felt an orgasm for over 20 years.
However, the other day I jerked off and the muscle that normally compresses on ejaculation was slower to do so, and I felt the sweet feeling of maybe an orgasm in between the muscle starting to compress and the ejaculation; or definately something like it. It only lasted for a fraction of a second, but I now feel like a solluton for me cant be far away; and after womdering after 20 years whether I would ever feel an orgasm again.
I seem to have a dopermine defficiency, as I have Restless Leg Syndrome. Since taking the dopermine, that has reduced a lot too.
I'm also in that category of people who are borderline depressive. I dont react strongly to enjoyable situatons, life seems muted etc.
I've never had surgury, no antidepressents, no drugs, just a social drinker.
So Im not cured yet but for me l-tyrosine capsules seem to be improving things gradually. I also wonder how I would respond to cabergoline, in light of that article highlighted by Michael. I need a doctors prescription for that, which I might be able to get but I cant just buy it.
PLease chip in with your thoughts