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Tramadol And Premature Ejaculation, Side Effects And Advice.

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It is a well known fact that Tramadol can help many guys suffering from premature ejaculation to last longer but what we might not know are the other effects of tramadol to our reproductive organs.
Tramadol which was specifically made an opiod analgelsic although it works as a weak μ-opioid receptor agonist according to a research, has been specifically noted that to be very effective at delaying premature ejaculation (PE) as paroxetine, an antidepressant commonly used to treat the condition.
Researchers speculate that the drug affects receptors in the brain that alter neurotransmitters and delay the ejaculation reflex, that is it inhibits neuronal re-uptake of serotonin and norepinephrine,enhancing serotonin efflux, antinociceptive effects and inhibiting spinal somatosensory evoked potentials thereby preventing premature ejaculation.
But then what happens when this miracle drug is taken in excess…

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

Tramadol has a half-life of approximately 6 hours which means that half the drug is still in the body after 6 hours and one-quarter after 12 hours.With this opiod in the system, there will be difficulty having an erection due to its interference with the brain and neurotransmitters.(cause and effect study…yet to be revealed)

DEPENDENCY
So now we know that Tramadol can help many guys with premature ejaculation. The major concern though doesn’t seem to be side effects, but becoming dependent too which is more regular with opiods because its an addictive drug of which its withdrawal symptoms are just as bad with others.

There are also reported cases of nausea, loss of libido, somnolence,dyspepsia, headache and vertigo.

ADVICE
It appears then that Tramadol could be an efficient way of helping guys deal with premature ejaculation. But as with all other medical treatments, it’s only a temporary solution and can cause other problems.

You do run the risk of having side effects – it’s an opioid after all, and so a strong drug. And there’s still much research needed into the long-term effectiveness and whether it’s better than other treatments.

There’s also the risk of addiction, dependency, abuse or whatever you want to call it. And although researchers say the risk is minimal, it could still happen to you. And if you have a history of drug use or addiction – I would advice you try something else instead.

 

Have you ever tried Tramadol to help you last longer? Did it work,and did you have any side effects? Let me know in the comments below.

One comment

  1. Good to Know. Thanks V
    Have you ever tried Tramadol to help you last longer?
    Yes
    Did it work, and did you have any side effects?
    Yes It worked, No side effects.

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