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Recover From Painkillers and Erectile Dysfunction
« on: September 12, 2013, 12:12:00 am »
hey guys, 1 year hypogonadal male here from oxycontin use, started clomid a few months ago thru my endo and living clean working out etc

still having mild libido (compared to before) , erections in bed with gf are there but sometimes i lose them and not so strong, mild orgasms but i still can orgasm no problem

i have a morning erection once every week or so, but it fades by the time i stand up, before they would last minutes. but i noticed when i wake up in the later hours of the night i have a full erection

i heard erections during rem sleep are different then waking erections during sex or masturbation (a spinal thing vs dopamine)

i cant get hard to pleasure myself and it gets up really slowly with my gf
im only 28


thoughts?
« Last Edit: September 12, 2013, 04:17:08 am by PeakT »

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Re: Recover From Painkillers and Erectile Dysfunction
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2013, 04:16:34 am »
hey guys, 1 year hypogonadal male here from oxycontin use, started clomid a few months ago thru my endo and living clean working out etc

still having mild libido (compared to before) , erections in bed with gf are there but sometimes i lose them and not so strong, mild orgasms but i still can orgasm no problem

i have a morning erection once every week or so, but it fades by the time i stand up, before they would last minutes. but i noticed when i wake up in the later hours of the night i have a full erection

i heard erections during rem sleep are different then waking erections during sex or masturbation (a spinal thing vs dopamine)

i cant get hard to pleasure myself and it gets up really slowly with my gf
im only 28


thoughts?

This is tricky.  You should really get a pro involved. 

The study below deals with adolescents, but I am just trying to show how painkillers mess with brain receptors and it likely takes time to heal and recover. 

Check this out:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/09/080910104151.htm
"Abuse Of Painkillers Can Predispose Adolescents To Lifelong Addiction"

"During adolescence, the brain undergoes marked changes. For example, the brain's reward pathway increases production of dopamine receptors until mid-adolescence and then either production declines or numbers of receptors decline. By abusing Oxycontin during this developmental period, adolescents may inadvertently trick the brain to keep more of those receptors than it really needs. If these receptors stick around and the adolescent is re-exposed to the drug as an adult, the rush of euphoria may be more addictive than the feeling experienced by adults who had never before tried the drug."

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Re: Recover From Painkillers and Erectile Dysfunction
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Re: Recover From Painkillers and Erectile Dysfunction
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2015, 08:21:43 am »
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