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Delayed ejaculation

Posted: Sun May 19, 2019 2:19 pm
by wgs743
Has anyone experienced delayed ejaculation or no orgasm when taking Tadalafil 5mg daily for BPH? I have been on the Cialis regimen for a couple of months and have had delayed ejaculation for past 3-4 weeks. No problems before taking Cialis daily, so that seems to be only variable.
I inject 28 units of Trimix, so no erection problem. At 75, I am on a bunch of meds. Wondering about drug interaction. Will see doctor in a few weeks.

Re: Delayed ejaculation

Posted: Wed May 22, 2019 3:05 pm
by 60s_surfer
I have no direct experience with Cialis for BPH. There are a number of posts on FrankTalk from men who have ejaculation problems if they use too much Trimix; I have this problem myself. I have wondered whether this problem is due to the erection being too hard. Those of us with BPH already have an enlarged prostate. I wonder if a really firm erection squeezes so hard on the prostate that the semen has trouble getting out. In your case, since Cialis has a long half life, it is probably still having an effect on the blood flow to your erection when you make love. If this idea of over-squeezing has any validity, you might try using a little less Trimix to compensate for the effect of the Cialis. I know in my case that it is a balancing act to find the amount of Trimix that gives me a hard enough erection for intercourse while still allowing me to ejaculate.

Re: Delayed ejaculation

Posted: Sun Jun 09, 2019 12:47 pm
by wgs743
Thanks 60s_surfer.
I never thought of that. I have been increasing Trimix by 1 or 2 units each time to get a long lasting erection after having it go soft too early. I will try backing off dosage and see what happens.

Re: Delayed ejaculation

Posted: Sun Jun 09, 2019 3:23 pm
by bldoink
A tiny bit of reading indicates to me that Levitra (Vardenafil) might contribute to anorgasmia but probably not Cialis (Tadalafil).

Re: Delayed ejaculation

Posted: Thu Jun 13, 2019 12:07 pm
by dtwarren1942
I have used Viagra, cialis, and Trimix without any delayed ejaculations. However, since I started using a VED (the only means that currently is effective) which produces a very hard erection, the tension band has reduced sensitivity, and made it difficult to ejaculate. In order to ejaculate now, my wife needs to work a little harder to stimulate my glans which helps to eventually bring on an orgasm. However the ejaculate is prevented from escaping until the tension band(s) are released.

Based on this scenario, I doubt an extra hard erection would prevent ejaculation.

Re: Delayed ejaculation

Posted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 8:23 pm
by Stew52
wgs743 wrote:Thanks 60s_surfer.
I never thought of that. I have been increasing Trimix by 1 or 2 units each time to get a long lasting erection after having it go soft too early. I will try backing off dosage and see what happens.
You might consider a "booster shot" part way through. Reserve a bit of extra beyond your needed base amount in the syringe, say 10-20 units for a refresher booster after the initial hit wears off a bit. I have also found "wearing off" can be position or stimulation related. Try some withdrawl stimulation. Some recommend a ring to prolong the effect. We've had mixed results. I feel like I'll explode and I lose sensation and she thinks I'm coming at her with a 2x4. It gets really big.

Re: Delayed ejaculation

Posted: Mon Oct 21, 2019 3:14 am
by AndrewMcDonald
I am taking Tadalafil 5mg for last 3 months, have no erection issue. But for last 2 weeks i feel there is some ejaculation issue. even after hours of lovemaking i feel it hard to ejaculate, my gf is becoming angry over it and asking me to stop taking Tadalafil. But I am enjoying the game.

Re: Delayed ejaculation

Posted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 4:05 pm
by GoodWood
i tried daily cialis for a bit and I was able to get hard but COULD NOT CUM. It drove me crazy.

It also gave me muscle ache deep in my pelvis, bad enough that I couldn't sleep or sit still. So I stopped. That is when I got started on TriMix. That is working (mostly) for me now. But delayed orgasm can still be an issue.