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  1. dizzy says:

    I discovered, through an article in a medical journal, that a certain non-benzo anti-anxiety med can sometimes reverse the anorgasmia caused by SSRI/SNRI meds.

    I tried it and it worked for me. I have had another person who follows my blog tell me that it worked for her too.

    If you want to know more, feel free to contact me.

  2. Tom says:

    From the male side, a recent radical prostatectomy removed most of my mechanics of erection. But guess what? Removing the testosterone cleared the way for endorphines, which last far longer! It may well be that that’s the key to female orgasm, too, and starts with self-perception, allowing our minds to let rip. We have to learn to fight against the dumbing-down, to live lives which actually have some colour in them, and not to conform to the soma-peddlers. Enjoying things, and not giving in to what the French immortally criticise as “Metro, boulot, dodo” – commute, wage-slave, crash out.
    Yes, do an excellent job at work. Use the time commuting intelligently. And keep half your strength for the point of it all, living a life as a person – and use it.

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