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Re: Full recovery from pleasureless orgasms

Unread postPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2019 1:29 pm
by raven100
Translation:

"I'm really happy that my post is helpful even to some of you. Respect the connection between ejaculatory anhedonia and lack of sensitivity in the penis, I thought exactly the same as you. But obviously they are different processes. In fact I have understood that the sensations of orgasm are partly perceived in the penis but actually come from the prostate, so I do not know if the nerve endings of the penis intervene in the pleasure of orgasm."

"I can not consider that I lost the libido or that it was diminished due to the PSSD. I have experienced moments of great libido and moments of little libido. But taking into account that it is VERY influenced by the moods, the concern for the other symptoms could by itself cancel the libido. "

"When I regained 100% sensitivity of the penis I could consider myself outside the PSSD. Unfortunately it is the only sign that has not had significant variations since the PSSD. During the first month after leaving the medication, the lack of sensitivity was really worrisome. After that month he recovered a bit and since then he has not changed, at least from what one can perceive. I calculate a loss of at least 50% of the sensitivity in relation to before the PSSD."

Re: Full recovery from pleasureless orgasms

Unread postPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 10:25 am
by felipekj
Hello, you can try Mestinon or Urecholine for genital anestesia, I took both and my genital anestesia is 50% better, before that I dindnt even know when to pee because it was all numb down there.

Re: Full recovery from pleasureless orgasms

Unread postPosted: Sat Apr 13, 2019 3:32 pm
by Leo625
Thanks so much for your post... So basically sounds like he had significant improvement just with time? This give me so much hope, thanks for sharing.