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How easy is it to get prescribed SSRI's

Ahhh, crap! I somehow managed to clear all of my bookmarks. This means that I have lost a hundred plus links since the last time I backed them up as a doc. This is a topic of interest for me as I used to work in the non-drug end of the field. I will re-hunt related links and hopefully learn my lesson about keeping better backups of everything.

“SSRI permanent side effects” will get you plenty of relevant hits in Googel.

The potential for permanent nasty changes in both body and mind have long been one of the psych communities dirty little secrets dating back to before SSRI’s

http://www.antidepressantsfacts.com…essants-ADF.htm Link list.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSSD Worth a look, especially considering thread topic.

Post SSRI Sexual Dysfunction (PSSD) is an iatrogenic type of sexual dysfunction caused directly by the previous use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants. While apparently uncommon, it can last for months, years, or sometimes indefinitely after the discontinuation of SSRIs.


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I was on Zoloft for quite a while. It is indeed true this drug is amazing at treating premature ejaculation.
After a few months, my time to orgasm became 30 minutes as opposed to 3 minutes. I thought it was just an odd occurrence.
After a few more months I couldn’t ejaculate at all. The girl asked “are you done yet” after about an hour of intercourse. I finally gave up knowing it wasn’t going to happen.

I suppose if I wanted to have three girls at once I could just go at it with each one until each girl was completely satisfied.
I could go on for hours.

They key is to find the dose of Zoloft that lets you come in 30 minutes as opposed to never.

From the Playboy Advisor:
November, 2005

Q. When you read about a guy who has a problem with premature ejaculation,
what does that mean exactly? How soon is too soon?
— K.L., Miami, Florida

A. PE occurs when a man consistently ejaculates before or shortly after
penetration following minimal foreplay. That’s a common clinical definition,
but it has never satisfied anyone. Guys want numbers. So last year a team
led by psychologist Stanley Althof of Case Western Reserve University gave
stopwatches to the partners of 1,587 men, including 207 who had been
diagnosed with PE. (The study was funded by Johnson & Johnson, which has a
pill in the pipeline, dapoxetine, that it hopes to have approved for
treating PE. Several other stamina drugs are in development, including one
by Pfizer, which makes Viagra.) After tabulating the results, the
researchers found that the men who suffered from rapid ejaculation had an
average “intravaginal ejaculatory latency time” of 1.8 minutes, compared
with an average of 7.3 minutes among the other men. Althof notes that PE is
a lifelong problem in two thirds of cases; the other third are “acquired,”
meaning the condition shows up later. Anxiety over coming too quickly can
contribute to the problem; in trials of dapoxetine, men given placebos had
double the stamina. Traditionally PE has been treated with squeeze or
start-stop techniques, antidepressants that stifle arousal (dapoxetine is
similar to Prozac but doesn’t stay in the body long enough to be effective
for depression) or numbing creams. It is often frustrating for both
partners, not only because of the bad sex but because the man’s shame or
frustration can bring an abrupt end to the intimacy. Althof says teaching
men to avoid such a response is an important part of treatment.

Post SSRI Sexual Dysfunction (PSSD) is an iatrogenic type of sexual dysfunction caused directly by the previous use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants. While apparently uncommon, it can last for months, years, or sometimes indefinitely after the discontinuation of SSRIs.
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This is true for me as well. After stopping zoloft it took 9 months for my body to return to a normal state of sexual function (i.e. premature ejaculation again). I don’t consider Post SSRI Sexual Dysfunction a dysfunction. This “dysfunction” gave me awesome sexual performance for many months. I could come in 30 minutes and please a woman every time without going too long.

Anyway, I am looking for the right dose of an SSRI type drug that will do what Zoloft did for me without progressing to anorgasmia. I may try lower doses of Zoloft or skipping days. I will talk to a doctor next week about it.

Thanks for sharing PM. Let us know what your doc tells you.


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Originally Posted by Dino9x7
It takes about six months of doing them before they start to help at first they made me cum faster also.

I don’t think that many people on this forum have said that they didn’t see results from kegels until after 6 months, you’re the first I’ve heard actually. I’ve heard people claiming in less than a month it has helped them a lot. Heres the deal though, I am one of the ones who got premature ejaculation (bad lasting under a minute each time), I don’t think it would be worth it coming < 1 minute before it starts to help. How common is it for people to experience nothing until 6 months, that just doesn’t make sense to me because no other muscle is like this.

I have kegels a fair chance for like 2 months, and it completely fucked up my sex life, so I’m definitely done with kegels, why some people have a lot of success with them is an unfair mystery to me!

Sorry Dino, wasn’t trying to be rude, it was just bothering me.

I have given kegels*

Woops.

Originally Posted by Peter Mac
This “dysfunction” gave me awesome sexual performance for many months. I could come in 30 minutes and please a woman every time without going too long.

Peter Mac, so it sounds like it didn’t affect your erections, if you can keep going for so long! Just the PE (premature ejaculation), right?

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Where to buy without prescription?

Does anyone have a good experience buying one of these ejaculation-slowers online, without going to a doctor first for a prescription? If so, where?

ll


Start: 6.3 x 5.2 (Feb '05)

Now: 7.9 x 5.65 (gain 1.6 x 0.45) - SFL 8.6"

Goal: 8.5 x 6.0 - Currently trying: jelqing, fulcrum hanging/bending. My data - Progress log

SSRIs generally do not affect libido or erections, they only affect orgasms. Adding gingko biloba can often lessen the orgasm-delaying effects of SSRIs.

Originally Posted by larslaukanen
Does anyone have a good experience buying one of these ejaculation-slowers online, without going to a doctor first for a prescription? If so, where?

ll

I’m currently taking something called Deferol www.deferol.com I’ve only taken four so far but it seems I can tell a little bit of slowing down of the sensation to orgasm. It’s way to early to make a definite conclusion though. Since I’ve had a recent relationship breakup, I’m only going on edging experience. It also seems like my erections are a slight bit weaker and I can’t hold them for very long. I’ll have to see if this continues. If it does, then it might outweigh any positive effects.

How long do you guys last while masturbating? Do you cum prematurely then as well?

The paxil doesn’t affect my time masturbating at all, only while having sex. You have much more control over stimulation while masturbating, so I’m guessing you’ll just increase the stimulation to reach the level your mind is used to. With sex, you are focusing on NOT increasing stimulation, thus a delayed orgasm.

I would have to disagree with the stoplight guy (no disrespect) but it has lowered my libido slightly, but that is a good thing. Before paxil, I’d have sex with anything lacking a penis. I am a bit more selective now, but it’s okay because the paxil also improves your social skills so you can probably move in on a gal you normally would be a bit aprehensive about. It’s hard to explain, but it just kind of helps get rid of that fear of rejection because much of your perceptions are replaced with an “I don’t give a fuck” mentality.

My low dosage hasn’t affected my erection levels much if any, but libido has lowered slightly, but for the better. It may be part of the explanation of why I can last longer.


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I personally find it very easy to get prescribed SSRI for treating premature ejaculation. As for negative side effects, I have yet to experience it myself. Although I do feel a bit more tired than usual, but that might be caused by stress from work.

I have a lot of updates which I wish to do in this thread: I’ve cured my premature ejaculation

but I have been super busy lately. I think I have found out my causes for my premature ejaculation. I will post it soon in the thread above…

My doctor said the dosage of an SSRI and the time to ejaculate is not a straight line. There is a pharmacological curve that is different for everyone. Basically, I just have to experiment with my Zoloft dosage to find the right one for me. I am going to try various doses until I find one that will give me 30 minutes of intercourse. I don’t want to ejaculate in 3 minutes, but don’t want to go for 3 hours either. I will begin testing it this week. For me, Zoloft had a serious impact within 30 days of starting it.

Originally Posted by Peter Mac
My doctor said the dosage of an SSRI and the time to ejaculate is not a straight line. There is a pharmacological curve that is different for everyone.

I am not quite sure what you mean by that. Do you mean that more dosage doesn’t necessary result in prolonging ejaculation?

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