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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by MACDRIVE, Sep 9, 2006.
Are you trying to tell us something?
Now I can't get that (Frankie Goes To Hollywood) song out of my head.
"that extra 60 seconds really made her day!"
Hmmm... I got a even better idea! Why not just rub some.. skin numbing cream.. over your member?
I am sure with it numb you can go for HOURS!
Exercises, people. Every time you urinate, purposefully stop and start the flow. Take note of the muscle that's allowing you to do it and keep practicing the action.
Then if you feel yourself *ahem* ready *ahem* whilst you're in the bedroom, contract the same muscle and hold it. Nine times out of ten it will stop what's about to happen.
Certainly don't start filling your body with more chemicals.
Are those exercises similar to Cagle (Kagle?) exercises women do when they're pregnant?
I suppose if it helps people, it can't come soon enough...
I think there're more about reducing tearing/pain etc.
I can't help but think that this drug is an antidpressant (SSRI) in sheep's clothing.
The name of the drug is dapoxetine.
Usually drugs of the same type have similar names. Paroxetine (Paxil) and fluoxetine (Prozac) are two common antidepressants.
I can tell you and actually any male who takes these can tell you that they cause sexual dysfunction by diminishing sex drive but also by delaying ejaculation.
I would theorize that this drug also increases serotonin in the brain causing the "desired side effect" of delaying an ejaculation, which for people with premature ejaculation is useful, I suppose.
I wouldn't wish anti-depressants on anyone though.
Yes, they are the same Kegel exercises. When you stop your flow of urine you are doing a kegel exercise. This is helpful in controlling ejaculation and having more powerful ejaculations. They benefit both men and women.
"But a new study published in the British medical journal the Lancet shows the drug dapoxetine may offer promise as a treatment for this debilitating condition."
Since when was blowing your load early a debilitating condition? Yes, it would suck to have that disorder, but it by no means is bad enough to join the ranks of things like cancer and MS as far as serious conditions go.
and we we care because?