Tramadol - Unable To Acheive Orgasm (Page 12)

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Deborah Says:


Anyone else experiencing this side effect? Not a normal topic of discussion for me with anyone but my doctor. I found this drug to be very helpful with easing pain, no sedating effect, BUT after taking this medication discovered I was unable to acheive orgasm. It took me a while to figure out it was the Tramadol causing the problem.



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Robyn Says:
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You're just self-medicating. Yes, it does what you say it does, but it doesn't change the fact you're self-medicating. No doctor would prescribe tramadol for BPD

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Tom Says:

Hi Rowena, I am taking the exact same medications as you. I had a spinal fusion on 4 discs last year and ever since then my sex life sucks. I was a 50 year old guy with a sex drive of a teenager and ever since I have taken these drugs my sex life has decreased. I thought it was me at first till I started doing research. My wife understands at least but it is still very frustrating. Good luck to you. Hopefully you will get your sex drive back too.

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OG kush Says:
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I am new to tramadol and the first time I took it I started feeling dizzy so I stopped using it immediately, but now i wanna go back. The only reason I wanna take it is for sexual stamina so I think I should try it. Please respond if you have any advice. Naturally I can have sex for 7 hours straight using no drugs. I got natural strength but just want that late erection. So I am gonna watch out for any side effects.

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anna80 Says:
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Hi all. I know this is an old thread but just to say, I too have trouble climaxing after taking tramadol. However, if I don't take it for one day then I am fine. It must be the tramadol. I think you should all go to the Dr and explain how it affects you, then see if anything else can be prescribed.

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Tiger Says:

Yes, tramadol does dramatically decrease the desire for sex, and it prevents one from climaxing... but it seems to increase general energy. It also decreases emotional depression.

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Michael Says:
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Glad to see I'm not the only one with this problem. There are times I'm fine and others I can wear myself out trying to climax. There are times I avoid my tramadol just because I know that my wife and I are going to have sex regardless of my arthritis pain. I am going to have a testosterone test done on my next Dr visit.

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Michael Says:
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I've been on tramadol for over 10 years and have the same problems with sex. But in order to achieve the orgasm goal we have sex about 6 hrs after my last tramadol and then have little trouble getting there. Might give it a try. It works consistently for me. Then afterwards I take another pill.

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Chairman56 Says:

Re: Verwon (# 4)

I want to say that for me it has not been temporary and after 6 years it has never got better. I have no sex life as long as I take this. 4 days off and it is back. Barely erect but no ejackulation at all ! I am glad that for some it is temporary.....

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Lori Says:
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I just started tramadol last night and decided to research if would cause same side effects as Gabapentin and Cymbalta, which I have taken for 3 yrs. I had the same problem but I think any meds that target pain management will inhibit nerve stimulation, therefore not just pain receptors but also pleasure ones. I stopped taking Gabapentin and Cymbalta for that reason and thought tramadol was different. I guess not. Thanks for posting.

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King Jorje Says:

Re: lisa (# 7)

Hello Lisa, Am gonna recommend you get a Watermelon and Lemon. Simply take out the reddish of the watermelon and please make sure some of the whitish is included, put them in a blender and blend it together with the lemon. Make sure u add some of the seeds of the watermelon when blending. Filter it after that and drink it Morning and Evening and Lets See. It helped others.

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Jonathan Says:
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Yes, I have the same exact reaction. But mine is permanent. From 8 years for Sciatic nerve injury. After surgery and revive is long past. I exited the prescription with no effects. At the time I was having severe marital problems with no sex anyway for a few years after I was injured. The ability of getting an erection or even remote stiffness is rare at best. Not saying I cannot achieve one. Only when I'm totally asleep, when i wake it last a millisecond.

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Tom Says:
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Hi. I’m in the same boat. I had major back surgery and have been on every drug you can think of. Now I’m weaning myself off them, expect Tramadol. I can still climax but either I can go for 30 minutes or I can go for 3 minutes. I never know how I will perform. Very embarrassing, but all I can say is give your wife/girlfriend great oral sex before you try to perform. Once they achieve orgasm orally it takes the pressure off. This seems to help me a lot.

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Ladybird Says:
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Re: TramAddict (# 20)

I’m a woman! I have the same exact issue, not only does it seem to take forever, the orgasm is less intense than when I’m not taking tramadol.

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Moon Says:
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Re: Ladybird (# 233)

It's very intresting but yes I have same problem I noticed lately few cases can't achive orgasem or very hard

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