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View Poll Results: Do you ever have difficulty orgasming? (1-2). do you shoot cum. If so how much/how fa
Yes 4 11.11%
No 23 63.89%
Dont shoot 5 13.89%
Shoot far and a lot of cum 12 33.33%
Shoot sometimes, average amount of cum 17 47.22%
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Old February 13th, 2019, 04:27 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

Ive been taking Zoloft for my depression and have recendly noticed that it has made it more difficult to reach an orgasm and have a great feeling cumshot. I have no problems getting a boner its just takes me a while to cum and i dont shoot as much as i used to or I'd like to. I don't wanna stop the medicine as it helps a lot with my mental health. Anybody else experince this? How can I shoot larger cum loads farther and have a better feeling more intense orgasm and masturbation session?

I know you can't share tips on the thread so if anybody has any help or whatever i would appreciate a PM!

Thank you so much!

-Steven
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Old February 13th, 2019, 07:25 PM   #2
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I usually shoot one shot on my chest or tummy and then kind of erupt out the rest about a little over a tablespoon in all on average.

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Old February 13th, 2019, 07:34 PM   #3
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Drink a lot of water. It adds to the
build up of seminal fluid. U should
have more cum. As for less feeling
I would say that is a side effect of
the Zoloft. U could ask ur doctor
that u have less sexual feeling.
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Old February 13th, 2019, 08:14 PM   #4
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Hey guys,

Ive been taking Zoloft for my depression and have recendly noticed that it has made it more difficult to reach an orgasm and have a great feeling cumshot. I have no problems getting a boner its just takes me a while to cum and i dont shoot as much as i used to or I'd like to. I don't wanna stop the medicine as it helps a lot with my mental health. Anybody else experince this? How can I shoot larger cum loads farther and have a better feeling more intense orgasm and masturbation session?

I know you can't share tips on the thread so if anybody has any help or whatever i would appreciate a PM!

Thank you so much!

-Steven
I definitely know about your situation, and one of the major side effects of anti-depressants is it hurts sexual performance. Sadly, if the medicine is really helping you, then one of the side effects is going to be not making as much cum and having less intense orgasms. If having strong orgasms is really important to you, then you should talk with your prescribing doctor to see if there is something else you can take that has less side effects.

Personally, if the Zoloft is really helping you, then I would just adjust to having less intense orgasms especially if your mental status is doing a lot better than before.
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Old February 13th, 2019, 08:42 PM   #5
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Sorry to hear about your difficulties, I hope you will recover soon. I have personnally never have experienced this.

There are some usual techniques which should help.
- Do longer wanking sessions.
- Wait a few days between each session
- Edge
- Drink a lot of water (not too much either)

Go see your doctor and talk about this issue with him, he might have someting for you especially if it helps improving your mood. You are not alone in this situation.
Anyway, don't buy pills on the internet which could "boost your performance". It's usually bullshit and could be dangerous if mixed with your medicine. And don't stop taking your medicine just for better orgasms, it would be stupid.
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Old February 13th, 2019, 09:06 PM   #6
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Different anti-depressants have varying effects on sexual satisfaction. If Zoloft is having an effect, I would suggest speaking with your doctor to see if another medicine may be just as effective with less sexual side effects.
I know mentioning sex with a doctor can be awkward, but it could help. According to the Mayo Clinic, some drugs with lower sexual side effects include Bupropion, Mirtazapine, Vilazodone and Vortioxetine.
Ask your doctor what he or she thinks.

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Old February 14th, 2019, 06:03 AM   #7
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The problem is not in the meds... It's in your head...
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Old February 14th, 2019, 11:39 AM   #8
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The problem is not in the meds... It's in your head...
I agree with this.
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The problem is not in the meds... It's in your head...
Not true. Zoloft is an SSRI and they are known to do this. See this section on Wikipedia - there are plenty of other mentions on the net.
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Old February 14th, 2019, 03:12 PM   #10
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Thanks for your help everybody, I greatly appreciate it

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Old February 14th, 2019, 03:36 PM   #11
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Not true. Zoloft is an SSRI and they are known to do this. See this section on Wikipedia - there are plenty of other mentions on the net.
I was reffering to his unwilingness to deal with his depression without using meds. If he was diagnosed with clinical depression (oh, poor kids these days) then he must have been put on a course of medication and specialist help. If his clinical depression is cured but he still has some traits of depression, he must deal with them without meds but since he said himself that he's not willing to go off the meds 'cause they help him it significates weakness of his spirit and, therefore, he will jave this problem with his ejaculation in further. He's become a drug addict at the young age and it's not only sad but pathetic... Drugs are easy, dealing without then is hard and that's why I said that all his problems are in his head. The question is whether he's about to face them and solve them....
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Old February 14th, 2019, 08:29 PM   #12
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Hey guys,

Ive been taking Zoloft for my depression and have recendly noticed that it has made it more difficult to reach an orgasm and have a great feeling cumshot. I have no problems getting a boner its just takes me a while to cum and i dont shoot as much as i used to or I'd like to. I don't wanna stop the medicine as it helps a lot with my mental health. Anybody else experince this? How can I shoot larger cum loads farther and have a better feeling more intense orgasm and masturbation session?

I know you can't share tips on the thread so if anybody has any help or whatever i would appreciate a PM!

Thank you so much!

-Steven
I have been on Cymbalta for 4 years for my depression and haven't noticed any real difference in my sexual life at all. Maybe ask your doctor to try an other medicine. I started out on Zoloft at 13 and switched to Cymbalta at 16.

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Old February 14th, 2019, 08:51 PM   #13
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I have been on Cymbalta for 4 years for my depression and haven't noticed any real difference in my sexual life at all. Maybe ask your doctor to try an other medicine. I started out on Zoloft at 13 and switched to Cymbalta at 16.
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Old February 14th, 2019, 09:37 PM   #14
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sometimes i have issues but it's because i've been doing it too much and i'm not that horny
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Old February 14th, 2019, 10:58 PM   #15
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I have been on Cymbalta for 4 years for my depression and haven't noticed any real difference in my sexual life at all. Maybe ask your doctor to try an other medicine. I started out on Zoloft at 13 and switched to Cymbalta at 16.
Did the Zoloft cause any sexual side effects for you before you switched?

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I was reffering to his unwilingness to deal with his depression without using meds. If he was diagnosed with clinical depression (oh, poor kids these days) then he must have been put on a course of medication and specialist help. If his clinical depression is cured but he still has some traits of depression, he must deal with them without meds but since he said himself that he's not willing to go off the meds 'cause they help him it significates weakness of his spirit and, therefore, he will jave this problem with his ejaculation in further. He's become a drug addict at the young age and it's not only sad but pathetic... Drugs are easy, dealing without then is hard and that's why I said that all his problems are in his head. The question is whether he's about to face them and solve them....
I thought SSRIs were prescription medicine so one would need to have been diagnosed by a doctor to be on it. You may have a point that meds are the lazy way to deal with the problem but maybe it is laziness on the part of the medics rather than the depressed person?

It does seem fashionable to tell people they are responsible for their own health, both physical and mental, even despite evidence that much is it is beyond our control. I think there is a recognition that telling depressed people to cheer up isn't effective, though.

I do wonder, though, how much of depression is due to intrinsic factors, e.g. genetics etc. and how much is due to environment/circumstances. As an example, it seems more common for gay gays to be depressed than straight ones. Is that because changes in the brain that give rise to being gay also give rise to depression? Or is it more a case that gay people perceive more hostility and less acceptance from society at large and that is what leads to depression? I would not be at all surprised to find that the quality of social interaction has a large effect on depression. Unfortunately, even if this might be a big factor, a depressed person is less likely to engage socially so this could be a catch 22. Perhaps meds should be seen as an opportunity to give the patient enough get up and go to get out and meet people and increase social interaction rather than being a long term solution on their own.

Given how debilitating depression is, I think we need to understand it a lot better.
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I thought SSRIs were prescription medicine so one would need to have been diagnosed by a doctor to be on it. You may have a point that meds are the lazy way to deal with the problem but maybe it is laziness on the part of the medics rather than the depressed person?

It does seem fashionable to tell people they are responsible for their own health, both physical and mental, even despite evidence that much is it is beyond our control. I think there is a recognition that telling depressed people to cheer up isn't effective, though.

I do wonder, though, how much of depression is due to intrinsic factors, e.g. genetics etc. and how much is due to environment/circumstances. As an example, it seems more common for gay gays to be depressed than straight ones. Is that because changes in the brain that give rise to being gay also give rise to depression? Or is it more a case that gay people perceive more hostility and less acceptance from society at large and that is what leads to depression? I would not be at all surprised to find that the quality of social interaction has a large effect on depression. Unfortunately, even if this might be a big factor, a depressed person is less likely to engage socially so this could be a catch 22. Perhaps meds should be seen as an opportunity to give the patient enough get up and go to get out and meet people and increase social interaction rather than being a long term solution on their own.

Given how debilitating depression is, I think we need to understand it a lot better.
Ufff, a long post you have made here. I could tear it all apart and analyze, but I think, that it's not the place to do that here... A quick reply though, everything is under our control if we want it to be. Depression is not genetical. People these days are raised mentally weaker... If a person doesn't want to help himself, doctors can't do that either; all doctor can do to helpless people are precribing meds...
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there probably isn't a way to get that feeling back without halting g the use of your medicine, but really your mental health should always come first to an orgasm. as for me I shoot on to my stomach or chest and the rest kinda pours out lol
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...everything is under our control if we want it to be...
So if I wanted to be the queen I could? (not a queen, HM Queen Elizabeth II)

Have you ever noticed that the top sprinters in the world tend to be West Africans who have grown up in the USA? Or how the best long distance runner tend to be East Africans. I saw a documentary in which a Swedish International standard runner visited an Eawst African village, gave the local boys about two weeks training and had that at internation long distance running standard - a standard many people would never make after many years of sweat.

The idea that where we end up is 100% down to our choices and hard work is a fallacy. It is an idea that appeals very much to the people who have plenty because it helps them justify the inequality. If those who have not done so well can be branded as lazy or foolish and those who have done better can say it is 100% down to working for it, they can be smug and not feel the inequality is in any way unfair, whereas if it were down to luck it would be different.

Of course, the reverse is not true either. Those who work and make wise choices will, in general, do better than those who can't be bothered but where we end up is usually a mix of luck and effort. We don't control who our parents are and who our parents are sets our genes, our early years experiences and, very often, the quality of the education we receive. This make a big difference to our starting position but what we do from there is something we can certainly exert control over.

So what about the OP? If you believe he should be doing things to help himself rather than relying on meds, what should he be doing? I have mentioned attempting to increase social interaction; do you agree?. Doing some research would be another possibility but it seems to me there is still much we don't know. Any other suggestions?
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Did the Zoloft cause any sexual side effects for you before you switched?
No I was fine on both meds.

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