|Hello all, I've followed this forum for quite some time, dealing with many of the issues that have previously been discussed. I have taken a great interest in the subject and am considering doing a serious research project based around my findings. One of the major problems that seems to occur when studying this subject is whether P.E. stems from a psychological or a physiological defect. I am aware that there is no clear cut answer. Many sufferers claim to have an oversensitive spot or area on their penis. For these people, this physical problem has undoubtedly led to psychological issues such as performance anxiety.
I would love to know if the majority of you believe that your p.e. stems from oversensitivity and perhaps may be a nervous system disorder.
If so, where is your oversensitivity specifically located? (glans, frenulum, etc.)
Do numbing sprays, creams, etc. work for you?
Do analgesics such as tramadol or opiates like codeine/oxycodone improve performance?
And strangely enough, are you extremely tickle-ish, particularly in your feet? (nerve centers for the genitals are juxtaposed closely to those for feet and toes in the brain)
I would greatly appreciate if you would respond to this survey. Hopefully the results will be somewhat enlightening and may lead to further research in this area.
P.S. I am also interested in purchasing Tramadol online but am wary of dealing with an unreliable vendor. Could someone please P.M. me with a valid web address.
I have taken Tramadol about 10 times since I started it. It has worked every single time. I take 100mg and have sex 3-5 hours later. When I feel the slight buzz, I know its ready.
Sometimes it works great and sometimes a little. I ejaculate anywhere from 4-10 mins and once a little longer. If I felt like taking it easy and taking breaks, I could have lasted 30 mins+ on at least 3 occasions.
I will try 150mg soon just to see the effects. I have a feeling it will make me last 20 minutes+ which is something I really dont want, actually. Im THRILLED with 5-10 mins and more if I take it easy.
I used to last 30 seconds to 1 minute tops, no matter what I did. So for me, Tramadol is the cure.
I'll post back with the results of 150mg treatment.
I am only just beginning to skim the surface in terms of researching information on this disorder. I plan to collect data on personal opinions posted on forums such as these before attempting to submit a proposal to conduct controlled research.
Tramadol actually seems like it may be very effective in treating PE. It is an interesting drug because in addition to having mild pain-killing effects similar to those of other opioid agonists, it also affects levels of serotonin in the brain like SSRIs that have been prescribed off-label to treat PE.
The big setback seems to be the fact that the drug must be taken several hours before intercourse. Ideally, a drug that is effective and has few side effects will be developed that can work instantly.
Trying almost every variation of treatment (be it legal or illegal) available over the years, I have found that about 7.5 mg of hydrocodone ingested only several minutes prior to intercourse, is ideal. As someone who experienced problems lasting longer then 2 minutes, with the help a small dosage of this I can now delay my ejaculation as long as i please. The problem with this particular drug is that it is considered a narcotic with potential for abuse.