I have a hard time reaching the orgasm when having sex; while it can be fun to a point, trust me if a woman doesn’t see you ejaculating she will not be happy. So I thought I must have high prolactin levels and searched for something that could lower it. Among other things, I found studies showing that vitamin B6 and E could be very effective for that.
I tried first vitamin E, which is not toxic even at high dosis. Up to 800 mg per day it did nothing for me. Then I tried vitamin B6. 600 mg per day did the trick, I could come, I had short refractory period, I was more horny. Is that a placebo effect? Could be.
Vitamin B6 under the form of piridoxine cloridrate is cheap; over 300mg per day is toxic on the long run though, causing nerve damage and loss of stability, so if you try that don’t take it for more than 4 weeks straight. Of course you could find a lower dose is effective for you (or is ineffective even at higher doses). For me it works pretty fast, after a couple of hours I feel more horny and sensitive.
That’s all folks, if you like to try it report back.
Marinera thank you for you input here, I do remember once in my early days of PE I did experiment with the use of B6. However not to the level that you have. I however have similar challenge similar to that which you have described above. Just this last weekend I went on for 3 hours non stop until I finally came. My partner was rather happy although drained because she enjoyed multiple organisms but I can not tell you how many of my other sexual partners have been frustrated before. So I do think that the above could very well serve me well. Thank you for your input and I too hope to return with some positive feedback.
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