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Thanks, John. Well, my last POIS symptoms (starting with Day Zero post right above John's) were pretty mild! I attribute that mostly to Levitra 10mg, but I also learned some very important "tricks" here at the POIS Forum, such as (1) to try to have a good, powerful, romantically-fueled vs. weak experience and (2) to not have "too many" releases close together, which varies from person to person. In my case it's been 3 weeks since the last release. About right, it seems for me.I owe a lot to this Forum. Even the Levitra might not have been noticed were it not for the focus on POIS and testing the effects of various chemicals and procedures that this Forum affords.Thank you very much.
Quote from: demografx on 30/11/2007 04:49:32This is wonderful demografx. ....it's so refreshing to hear of the positive consequences this forum exudes....We also thank YOU and the participants of this thread for their valuable contributions.
...some 20% of people with post orgasmic problems are female.
(1) to try to have a good, powerful, romantically-fueled vs. weak experience and (2) to not have "too many" releases close together, which varies from person to person.
When I have great, bedbreaking, screaming and thrashing sex with my wife and my heart rate goes like I'm running a marathon and it takes a while to get my breath back and my orgasm was so strong I thought my head would fall off, I always suffer a lot less with POIS. I do get a drop in energy and my stomach goes a little funny and all the things I've described, but it's always a lot lot worse if I'm sitting quietly at home and have a quick **** that probably does not even raise my heart rate at all. After that I often feel like I've had all my energy drained away and I often go and lie down and sleep.
"Waldinger has seen five Dutch men in as many years in his practice complaining of flu-like symptoms including a sore throat, sweating, extreme fatigue and eye irritation after sex."This makes me believe that there realy is no such thing as POIS. The symptoms are too similar to post coÔtal headache/migraine. (Which by the way nobody knows what causes it.)
Theres someone on this forum that keeps on talking about post orgasmic genital pain and not POIS. He also keeps on posting about long masturbation sessions to combat this condition.
Hi fellow POIS sufferersWould you all post on whether you were victims of childhood abuse or trauma. I want to explore the possibility that childhood trauma maybe resposible for an adverse reaction to orgasm in later life.( I have posted this before but got a poor response )