Rx Pain Killers = Erection Killers?

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  1. mt.dude

    mt.dude New Member

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    So I just got my wisdom teethe pulled.:mad: They had to cut a good chunk of my jaw out to retrieve one of those lil bastards and now I'm a chipmunk cheeked achy individual. The doc put me on Lortab, supposed to be stronger than vicaden. And I agree its some strong stuff. So to my story
    My wife thought she would distract me while i was in my drug induced state with ice packs on my jaw. She knows how to ease my pain with some pleasure. Well ole Mr. 7, as we call him, wouldn't quite rise to the occasion and she was doing all the right things :smile: I got hard enough to enter her but running at like 70% full..... then no matter what tantric squeeze manuver she tried he did not want to cum. After about 20 min of her doing her best (and she did feel really good) we just called it good. It did ease my pain and i did fall asleep with a smile but what the H$!!.

    so has anyone else had this issue? heard about it? It kinda makes sence to me seeing the pain killer desensitives nerver receptors and signals.

    p.s. i'm blamming all spelling and grammatical errors on my current doped up state.:biggrin1:
     
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    You're right. Vicodin is a class 3 or class 4 narcotic and narcotics depress the central nervous system.
     
  3. mt.dude

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    well 40 folks look at this and only one responded, guess no one else tries sex on pain killers :rolleyes: Isnt the natural endorphines spose to help with pain.... guess i should take less pills and more luvin:biggrin1:
     
  4. Matthew

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    I guess everyone's busy in the fleshpiles, mt. dude. :tongue:

    I definitely have felt like my sexuality has been inhibited by a few different medications, including painkillers.
     
  5. DC_DEEP

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    Yes, Vicodin is a Schedule 3, but by itself, shouldn't cause that drastic an effect on your erection. It was probably a combination of factors; if your dentist had to do that much surgery to remove the tooth, that almost certainly contributed, too.

    I hope you recover quickly and well, and have Mr. 7 up and jumping soon.
     
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    If you had the procedure done under a local anaesthetic, with Xylotox or one of the Novocane-based combinations, then they are cut with adrenalin which helps to minimise both the local bleeding and the amount of saliva you produce.This is a vascoconstrictor (the old 'fight or flight' syndrome) so periferal bloodflow is inhibited including that to the penis (running away from a sabre-toothed tiger, an erection isn't a whole lot of use to you!). Novocane is supposed to have a half-life of something like 30 - 40 minutes but I've always found I have a frozen face for well over an hour after leaving the surgery. And frequently find that thew combination of pain-killers and the dregs of anaesthetic running round my blood-stream make cumming almost impossible for anything up to 12 hours.
     
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