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Monthly Archives: April 2015

Trimix makes orgasm difficult

Ask Larry: Your Question: Trimix works well for me, but it makes orgasm very difficult, as I have seen reported on other message boards. Suggestions? Larry’s Response: Erections and orgasms are directly linked to each other, yes, but physiologically different. Neither causes the other and each can occur without the other. Men who suffer priapism have a perpetual, and often painful, erection even when there is no intention for sex. Mere stimulation of said erection Continue Reading

Trimix makes orgasm difficult

Ask Larry: Your Question: Trimix works well for me, but it makes orgasm very difficult, as I have seen reported on other message boards. Suggestions? Larry’s Response: Erections and orgasms are directly linked to each other, yes, but physiologically different. Neither causes the other and each can occur without the other. Men who suffer priapism have a perpetual, and often painful, erection even when there is no intention for sex. Mere stimulation of said erection Continue Reading

NSAID Alert about pets

Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) reduce inflammation and are commonly used for short term pain relief. The most common way to take any NSAID is by mouth. While the effect is usually positive, regular use of NSAIDs can cause several side effects, including nausea, vomiting, dyspepsia (indigestion or heartburn), gastric ulceration, bleeding, and diarrhea. These problems are often associated with the amount of drug used – actual dose and frequency. Many NSAIDs are also Continue Reading

NSAID Alert about pets

Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) reduce inflammation and are commonly used for short term pain relief. The most common way to take any NSAID is by mouth. While the effect is usually positive, regular use of NSAIDs can cause several side effects, including nausea, vomiting, dyspepsia (indigestion or heartburn), gastric ulceration, bleeding, and diarrhea. These problems are often associated with the amount of drug used – actual dose and frequency. Many NSAIDs are also Continue Reading

CC vs ML: What’s the difference?

Ask Larry: Your Question: What is the difference between a “cc” and “ml”? Larry’s Response: Well, it’s a long, convoluted story that basically ends with, “that’s the way it is”, or “just because”. Before comparing and contrasting cc and ml, also be aware that gm can be part of the mix (or “mix up” if you want to consider it that way). cc means cubic centimeter, a measure of volume (one centimeter x one centimeter, Continue Reading

Fremantle horsemeat?

Ask Larry: Your Question: Can you tell me if this is safe? Fremantle leaf extract, wild olive leaf extract, forming seed extract, horsemeat leaf extract – they are listed along with Gastonia cambogia for weight loss. Is this safe if you have high blood pressure? It is supposed to be stimulant free. Larry’s Response: Fremantle leaf extract and wild olive leaf extract are listed as being the same product. It is claimed to have antibiotic Continue Reading