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Is there any way to reduce the time of the refractory period?


Originally Posted by Dino9X7
I stopped taking it when I read about possible heart valve problems which scared me because while taking it was the first time I ever had high blood pressure. It was fun when taken with Viagra but be careful

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That is a massive thread. I’d love to see some of the original posters return to the thread and give some more updates so we don’t have a new round of lemmings making a bad jump.


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"Demokrati är inget annat än att ge majoriteten rätten att mobba minoriteten. Min kropp, mitt kapital och mitt liv ska vara mitt val!"

It might go without saying, but if you don’t ejaculate there is no refractory period.


From a purely natural standpoint, I have found that long-term arousal and foreplay will help maintain ablility to continue activity after orgasm. If you spend a lot of time getting it hard and keeping it hard before actual intercourse, you have a greater chance of keeping it up for a longer period.

It also helps to continue to remain mentally aroused. You don’t have to stop love-making just because you are a little soft.

I wonder if anyone has tried to compare the effects of Vitex vs. cabergoline on post-orgasm prolactin release (= refractory period).

All that it takes to suppress prolactin is any dopamine agonist. I do not know much about chemistry - but I wonder what the safest dopamine agonists have been shown to be?

Start: 6.6bp x 4.875eg, 2006: 7.2bp x 5.00eg (5.5 base), 2009: 7.6bp x 5.25eg (6.0 base)

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^^^ Some more research has L-Dopa high on the list as a supplement for reducing prolactin release and increasing dopamine levels.

Start: 6.6bp x 4.875eg, 2006: 7.2bp x 5.00eg (5.5 base), 2009: 7.6bp x 5.25eg (6.0 base)

28876 28885


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