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#1 comingsoon

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Posted 27 January 2018 - 05:35 PM


Hey guys!

As the thread title goes I have a severe lifelong premature ejaculation. Here are my blood test results (from mid December 2017):

 

Magnesium - 0.88 mmol/l (0.73-1.03)

 

Zinc - 11.30 mcmol/l (10.40-16.40) - I have been supplementing 25mg zinc since August 2017 (I had 5.80 mcmol/l then)

 

Iron - 18.32 mcmol/l (10.70-28.60)

 

Vitamin A - 0.27 mg/l (0.30-0.80) - started supplementing at 10000ui dose from early January

 

Vitamin E - 5.44 mg/l (5.00-18.00) - started supplementing at 200ui dose from early January

 

Vitamin B12 - 247.0 pmol/l (148.0-664.0)

 

Folic Acid - 23.3 pmol/l (6.8-45.3)

 

Copper - 9.8 mcmol/l (11 - 22)

 

Testosterone total- 4.800 mcg/l (2.500-9.500)

 

Prolactin - 13.55 mcg/l (2.64-13.13)

 

Cortisol - 168 mcg/l (67-226)

 

T4 total - 89.00 nmol/l (64.30-141.60)

 

T3 total - 1.50 nmol/l (1.20-3.00)

 

Homocysteine - 6.9 mmol/l (5.0 - 15.0)

 

Histamine - 0.01 ng/l (<1.00)

 

What suprises me mostly is that I have elevated prolactin which is usually associated with delayed ejaculation and low histamine/low homocysteine which is usually associated with histapenia although I have a number of histadelia symptoms (I know that histadelia/histapenia is not a widely accepted concept but still). My magnesium level seems to be ok as well. I haven't checked amino acids and neurotransmitters because I heard that those tests are not very accurate (and not very cheap lol).

 

I don't have any major mental disorders other than moderate anxiety and lack of motivation sometimes (both are mostly due to PE though). I don’t smoke and drink very sparingly (beer and wine). My libido is very high and I don’t have any problems with erection.

 

PE is a complex condition so I don’t really know with which supplements and what dose should I start. First thing I decided to try was GABA route so I started l-theanine and magnesium as it is safe and worked for some guys with PE but I haven’t noticed significant improvement (maybe because of low dose - 2x100mg of Theanine and 200mg of Magnesium Glycinate). I've been also thinking about starting methylation protocol (b-complex/mb12/mfolate/methionine/SAM-E) but confused here as both of my histamine and homocycteine levels are low. 

 

So any other suggestions based on the tests? Thanks!


Edited by comingsoon, 27 January 2018 - 05:39 PM.


#2 nogger

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Posted 27 January 2018 - 06:51 PM

Do you watch porn?

 

https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/



#3 comingsoon

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Posted 27 January 2018 - 07:44 PM

I used to, but cut it off a few months ago (Now I watch it only just to check if there's any improvemement in arousal control, like once in two weeks). I'm aware of mental techniques and use them and they seem to be helpful but I still think I need to rebalance something inside.



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#4 jroseland

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Posted 02 February 2018 - 11:33 AM

There's two excellent books on the topic of tantric semen retention

The Multi-Orgasmic Man

The Tao of Longevity, Sex and Health

 

Read those books, practice what they teach and you won't have this problem.

 

Here's an interview with one of the authors

 

 



#5 comingsoon

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Posted 02 February 2018 - 04:32 PM

There's two excellent books on the topic of tantric semen retention

The Multi-Orgasmic Man

The Tao of Longevity, Sex and Health

 

Read those books, practice what they teach and you won't have this problem.

 

Here's an interview with one of the authors

 

Thanks! I know about these books but can't say I was convinced by the stuff they suggest (I'm not a spiritual kind of guy lol) but I must admit I just skimmed through. Did it help for you?



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Posted 07 February 2018 - 03:08 PM

Thanks! I know about these books but can't say I was convinced by the stuff they suggest (I'm not a spiritual kind of guy lol) but I must admit I just skimmed through. Did it help for you?

 

The tantric techniques work. 

 

The problem is that they take some effort and practice. Most guys are lazy and just want to drop a pill to solve their problems.

 

You have to decide if you're ok with being a two pump chump or if you're willing to cultivate yourself as a man to have a lot better sex life.



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Posted 15 February 2018 - 03:31 PM

That's because tantric techniques go the wrong way about things.

 

Just tickle you amygdalas and you'll start gaining total control over your ejaculation within weeks. Last time I had sex, not only was I more horny, but every time I felt a little on edge, I gave my amygdalas a little tickle, and boom, could keep on going and going as long as I liked.

 

You can read another person's experience here: http://www.neilslade...Papers/sex.html

 

Brain self control is the ultimate goal. Nearly everything in this world goes about the wrong & hard way of doing things. Premature ejaculation, multiple orgasms, mnemonics, happiness, creativity, pleasure, intelligence, complete self confidence etc... We are genetically wired to experience these things, but we don't make use of our full brain due to childhood traumas and are neurotic. Hence why those with the worst childhood traumas (such as sexual abuse & torture) usually end up majorly depressed, suicidal, not content, drug addicts, and more likely to fail in life and careers. While those who had happy upbringings, are more likely to succeed, be happier, be content, and not be drug addicts. However even these people with happy upbringings are still somewhat neurotic, but they just don't know it or look it.



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Posted 16 February 2018 - 10:08 PM

That's because tantric techniques go the wrong way about things.

 

Just tickle you amygdalas and you'll start gaining total control over your ejaculation within weeks. Last time I had sex, not only was I more horny, but every time I felt a little on edge, I gave my amygdalas a little tickle, and boom, could keep on going and going as long as I liked.

 

You can read another person's experience here: http://www.neilslade...Papers/sex.html

 

Brain self control is the ultimate goal. Nearly everything in this world goes about the wrong & hard way of doing things. Premature ejaculation, multiple orgasms, mnemonics, happiness, creativity, pleasure, intelligence, complete self confidence etc... We are genetically wired to experience these things, but we don't make use of our full brain due to childhood traumas and are neurotic. Hence why those with the worst childhood traumas (such as sexual abuse & torture) usually end up majorly depressed, suicidal, not content, drug addicts, and more likely to fail in life and careers. While those who had happy upbringings, are more likely to succeed, be happier, be content, and not be drug addicts. However even these people with happy upbringings are still somewhat neurotic, but they just don't know it or look it.

 

So how is this tickling done?
 



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Posted 17 February 2018 - 10:22 AM

So how is this tickling done?

 

Read my thread here, the technique is in the 1st post: http://www.longecity...neurotic-fools/

 

Or read through his website, the technique's on there for free in various places, here's one of them: http://www.neilslade.com/chart.html

 

The technique is simple but effective.



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Posted 26 April 2019 - 05:59 AM

SSRIs



#11 platypus

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 03:20 PM

Cialis + 1-2 ejaculations before the main event. Should bring sensitivity down by a lot. 



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Posted 07 June 2019 - 11:34 PM

Cabergoline is specifically designed to shorten refractory periods, thus you don't have to worry about PE. With that said, it's rather expensive (especially if you plan to taking it semi-daily), so what I would recommend is to find a cheaper, but reliable dopaminergic supplement instead. What most bodybuilders use is Pramipexole, although Mucuna prurien extract might be a safer alternative.

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#13 unbreakable

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Posted 18 July 2019 - 06:40 PM

Dapoxetine, other SSRIs might work too. Or condoms / gels with local anesthetics.







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