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By Serge Kreutz (2010)
I have not researched street drugs. I am a scientifically-minded person. My interest is in drugs that have undergone extensive trials to establish, as good as possible, their safety, and that have been approved for use in the human-health industry. I also only test medications that come from properly regulated manufacturing units. I have done extensive self-tests, but I'm not a hazardeur, a person who takes uncalculated risks. I am doing self-tests under the presumption that they won't ruin my health.
This means that I am not into self-tests with the output of Mafia kitchen drug laboratories, or into self-tests of street drugs, the adverse effects of which on a consumer's health has well been established.
During my research, I have learned to differentiate. Sexual function is a multi-component event, and in order to orchestrate a sexual symphony, one has to know which instruments play what tones. I cannot substitute a violin for a trumpet. It just won't sound proper. Which doesn't mean that violins are useless instruments.
Many sexually relevant medications are good for a particular purpose, and may be wrong for another. There is no universal sex drug. It really all depends on what component should be emphasized. One man's side effect is another man's cure.
If the problem of a certain man is loss of libido, then a pharmaceutical agent that delays orgasm clearly is of no use. And if the problem is premature ejaculation, an erection enhancer is the wrong choice.
Talking about premature ejaculation. This is indeed a frustrating condition. Not only do men who ejaculate prematurely never experience the full heights of arousal. They are also totally incapable of giving penile-vaginal sexual satisfaction to a female partner. So, as sexual partners, they aren't much good, unless they become specialists in cunnilingus.
Male orgasmic control is essential if one wants to give full satisfaction to one's female partner. 1-minute intercourse is a joke. A man ought to be able to go on for 10 to 20 minutes with slow-motion thrusts and a high-rigidity erection.
During my years of self-tests I have come across just one medication that is ideal for men who suffer from premature ejaculation. Of course, there are many drugs that inhibit it all: libido, erections, and orgasm.
But the drug I refer to is ideal in that it strongly delays (or even inhibits) orgasm while at the same time enhancing erections. For men with a clinical premature ejaculation condition, the effect of the drug will be that their orgasm will happen only after 10 or 20 minutes.
The drug may be useful, too, for men who do not suffer from premature ejaculation but are with a female partner who has difficulties of reaching orgasm. Because of the double effect of the drug (enhancing erections and hindering orgasm), it may allow a man to engage in intercourse for an exceptionally long period of time. If one is aware that female penile-vaginal orgasm problems often are a matter of lack of duration of intercourse, you will realize that this drug may be all that is needed.
So, what's the drug's name?
I plead guilty to withholding it for site members. I'm a writer by profession, and I can provide cutting-edge information on just one topic: sexual enhancement. Unfortunately, I have to make a living from writing on the topic.
During pre-Internet times, I wrote for newspapers and magazines, and reported for radio stations. I never had to apologize for requesting that my work be paid.
But on the Internet, of course, much information is given away for free. Again, I apologize for not being in the position to join the likes of cnn.com. I don't have the resources to publish for free. So, if you are sufficiently interested in my research, and in learning about an ideal pharmaceutical premature ejaculation treatment, I ask you to become a site member.
To do so will give you access to the article that specifies the drug, tells you how to use it, lists where to buy it with or without prescription (though it is a prescription drug). Please note: we do not sell the drug ourselves; it's a prescription items that can only be sold in pharmacies. (amo)
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