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Sherlock10

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Re: The Mind
« Reply #6 on: May 30, 2010, 07:18:44 PM »
In my case I dont believe this EA has anything to do with trauma or physchological.  It seems its physical maybe something to do with the nerves not working right or chemicals in the brain.  I think the majority of us here havent had trauma in the past or guilt or anything like that.  Most of us it worked then it gradually stopped working over time.  Sherlock it seems you are really going deep with this when I think its more pyhsical then anything.  I dont try to hold back with orgasms.  It worked when I was in my teens and low 20's and then it just stopped working gradually.  It started with me having to use lube to get off.  Then over time i used the lube and sensation has just kept decreasing over time.   It is interesting to research maybe the oxycotin the cuddle hormone and see if that has any correlation.  I went on a nice date the other night that went well and I was actually quite aroused and nothing sexual happened or anything just holding hands.  That night I masterbated and noticed quite a bit more pleasure then before.  It could be either in my case I have been missing the closeness of a woman or in other cases maybe the spark in the relationship has fizzled a bit thus making it harder for the arousal to happen.  Not that your relationships are not good but sometimes having so much of something for so long can sort of make you desensitized to the effects of arousal.  For instance porn had a huge effect on me 10 years ago and instantly made me hard.  Now it looks nice but I can not get aroused and get erections that easy.  I have not been with a girl in awhile so i am not used to the effects a female can have on me thus the other day I was quite aroused.  Maybe over time that arousal will not be as easy even though the relationship is going strong.  Here is a question for you all out there.  Before you masterbate or have sex and even touch yourself are your erections very strong and throbbing for an extended period of time without touch?  For me that arousal before hand makes a huge difference for the overall quality of sex and thus in the end has en effect on orgasm.  Could it be we are densenitized to the effects of sex and our brains are just not sending the right signals to the pleasure centers of the brain?

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Re: The Mind
« Reply #9 on: May 31, 2010, 06:10:51 AM »
Sherlock I dont have time right now to respond to if I have all them similarities but I will later.  In response to your question about orgasms.  I dont have full orgasms but occasionally I do have an increase in pleasure but I wouldnt call it an orgasm exactly.  I feel more pleasure during ejaculation then normal.  When I do feel that it is usually because I am able to feel the build up better and control the ejaculation so its not premature.  Usually when I am more aroused to start with then it leads to better build up and more pleasure during ejaculation.  I am not sure its psychological but I feel that people with these traits maybe something in our brains is not workign right.  The fact that we have similar traits could possibly mean our brains have similarness.  Maybe that portion of our brain that deals with sensing pleasure is not working like it should be.  The brain controlls how we act so in a sense it could be something physical in our brains that is not right and over time something happened.  It definitely could be the dopamine receptors.  Though we have dopamine in our system we may not have receptors of this dopamine.  I have tried a few things that are supposed to increase dopamine and nothing happened.  It could be that I have a sufficient amount of dopamine but there is very few receptors that are picking up this dopamine. 

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Re: The Mind
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