Hi An_251175 - It sounds like you are in the same place I was over a year ago. I was started on the 50mg Zoloft for depression & anxiety. Within a couple of days I was experiencing the same side effects as you. The side effects worsened over the next couple of weeks to where I was unable to orgasm at all. I notified my Dr and he started to wean me off of Zoloft at 25mg for the next few days. At that point I started taking Wellbutrin SR 150mg twice a day. It was the magic bullet for me!! My sex drive increased and orgasms returned within a couple of days of starting it. Now my libido is definitely higher and orgasms are more intense and as long lasting as when I was in my youth. Good luck.View Thread
Doogood and others...I have used several toys both with and without the wife. OUR favorite is a long purple soft jel vibrating cock. We use it to add to our lovemaking whenever we agree to bring it out of the drawer. MY favorite is a curved purple prostate massager that I can insert comfortably and leave in place while I masturbate. Both add to our orgasm intensity. Why not use 'em if they do the deal without distraction.View Thread
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