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  1. Default Why does Hydrocodone pills make my husband last longer

    Everytime my husband has to take pain medications (hydrocodone) , He lasts a REALLY REALLY long time in bed. Does anyone know why this might be? They act like viagra for him i think lol!
    he doesnt take them for this effect but as a pain med when he needs it. It just happens and he goes for hours
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  2. I am going to postulate this is some kind of psychological/placebo effect.

    P.S. Viagra is not known to clinically retard premature ejaculation.
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  3. Well, I would assume because he is feeling good because of the pain relief, so he is able to last longer.

    Also, it could be because he is chilled out, per se, and the blood flow reaches better.

    Of course, that's some powerful stuff...so I can't imagine that he would have sex (assuming he's lasting longer from actual sex and not oral during that time) when without the medicine, he'd be in that much pain.
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    That is usually the side effect with Hydrocodone.
    Tell him to be careful because if he does use it a lot, he may have a hard time even getting an erection.
    My clients tell me that when they abused the drug, the sex drive would go from 'HOT' to 'NOT' (be careful)
    A lot of them would complain that they would eventually have a hard time getting aroused and/or climaxing.
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  5. Thank you very much for all your replies! I'll inform my husband about it.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by BriSha View Post
    Everytime my husband has to take pain medications (hydrocodone) , He lasts a REALLY REALLY long time in bed. Does anyone know why this might be? They act like viagra for him i think lol!
    he doesnt take them for this effect but as a pain med when he needs it. It just happens and he goes for hours
    I have the same thing happen to me I was able to last 6 full hours of intercourse on it and I absolutely loved it so did my girlfriend! I am typically a very short lasting about ten to 15 minutes max. so this has been amazing for me and my girl.
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    6 hours?! Are you serious? Sounds like a recipe for soreness.
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  8. I can't remember specifics, but it relaxes the muscle that causes ejaculation. I think it's the same sort of mechanism that makes it hard to urinate.
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  9. Opiates kill my sex drive peroid. Makes your dick numb. After years off abuse I think opiates have a really negative effect on testerone levels also.
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    Opiates are known to decrease sex drive. I believe it has something to do with dopamine receptors in the brain. I'm just taking an educated guess here, but I think some of the pleasure of sex has to do with how it stimulates the dopamine receptors in a human. Since these same receptors are being filled up with the Vicodin, sex does not have the same affect on the brain as it normally would.

    I'm probably completely wrong, but anyway, what you are saying is absolutely true. Opiates will many times make men last longer and even unable to climax.

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    Opiates of any kind will make a male last longer while having sex. It also decreases the sex drive.
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    LOL, it sounds like a cruel irony... the guy can last for hours, but all he wants to do now is snuggle. hahahahaha!

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    I know absolutely nothing about the medicine or neurobiology of what interactions there might be between erection duration and opiates, but I can attest from personal experience that it will make you last longer. And increase your urge to "snuggle". Of course, it's been years since that's happened . . . so my memory may be called into question.
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    Oxycodone really does numb your whole body. It decreases sensitivity that's why its a pain killer. There are alot of over the counter supplements or vitamins you can take to help though. Or before sex Do no take any or if needed take a lower does. Also When in a state of opioid withdrawal syndrome, libido and sensitivity can increase beyond normal. A person in withdrawal may be able to have multiple orgasms. Of course, this requires being able to tolerate the pain while not medicated, as well as the adverse effects of the sudden withdrawal syndrome.For the most part I have felt this way and Qvc is right I love to cuddle on them lol.
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    Numbness, low libido, and no sex drive.

  16. Were I a bettin' man, I'd wager that prolactin is the primary culprit.

    Regulation of prolactin release by endogenous opiates

    A quick PubMed search for "opiates and prolactin" will yield many pertinent studies.

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    I can last a long time on opiates but its all dose dependent. If I take way too much (nods) its hard to keep an erection or get fully hard. If I take a small amount I can go an hour easy. If I take a moderate amount I can go an 1-2 hours easy. It can be a fine line between taking the right amount to last hours upon hours and not being able to get it up or not getting fully hard. It also does not decrease my sex drive at all, if anything it boosts my sex drive. Whether its my confidence knowing I can go for a long time and control when I want to come who knows. But it definitely works.

    There has actually been a study that Tramadol helps men with pre-mature ejaculation problems. I think its in the Wiki article for Tramadol.

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    desensitazation. he doesnt feel as well which allows him to prolong.

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    desensitazation. he doesnt feel as well which allows him to prolong.
    In past research studies, as high as 50% of male opiate addicts have reported delayed ejaculation which is most oftern referred to as "dope stick" or "dope dick."
    The physical link between opiate use and delayed ejaculation is not well understood but has been reported to possibly combine the presence of higher levels of serotonin in the brain along with a common side-effect of opiates which can paralyze or greatly slow all involuntary muscles including those necessary to ahieve orgasm and ejaculation.
    While it can positively contribute to enjoyment of sex for a while, it can also turn into a very irritating condition in the long run.

  20. All I know, is that when I took Hydro, I could last longer in bed, but after a week or so I was not very interested in sex. I also remember it making it harder for me to produce a flow of urine. I'm not a doctor so take from that what you will.


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