Apomorphine: my experience

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Flavio
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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby Flavio » Mon Nov 09, 2020 10:09 am

IT'S HERE! :D :D :D

Amazing work by my American forwarder Yannick Libam from parcl.com! The package arrived in perfect condition.

I'm going to try it in a couple of hours and then I'll get back to you.
Age 40. Psychogenic ED for over 20 years. Current regimen: Udenafil 200 mg, oral phentolamine mesylate 40 mg, Seredyn.

Flavio
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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby Flavio » Mon Nov 09, 2020 12:13 pm

WELL, IT DEFINITELY WORKS! :D
Age 40. Psychogenic ED for over 20 years. Current regimen: Udenafil 200 mg, oral phentolamine mesylate 40 mg, Seredyn.

ViaSwiss
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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby ViaSwiss » Mon Nov 09, 2020 1:08 pm

What are the benefits?
Age 34. Venous Leakage & Post Finasteride Syndrome (PFS) since age 18.
June 25, 2021: Titan implant w/ Dr. Alex Tatem in Indy.

Flavio
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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby Flavio » Mon Nov 09, 2020 4:08 pm

Here's my report on apomorphine for ED.

I ordered five troches of apomorphine from The ED Clinic earlier this month and the package arrived today.

The ED Clinic is an excellent online store in the United States that offers several clinically approved treaments for ED, incl. PDE-5 inhibitors and apomorphine. Their products are excellent, reviews are great, customer service is wonderful (any questions, you can message them on Facebook and get an instant reply). I can't post the link of the store here, but you can look it up on Google.

Unfortunately, The ED Clinic doesn't ship overseas. I had to hire an American forwarder at parcl.com and my choice was Yannick Libam. Yannick is brilliant, he took care of all the paper work and the package arrived in perfect condition today.

I tried one dose this afternoon and it obviously worked. Apomorphine didn't just improve my erection, it also improved my libido. The drug was extremely quick to act (approx. 15 minutes). I can't really describe the feeling: my brain was buzzing and my whole body was extremely energetic. Viagra does nothing of that.

Speaking of which, I have to stress that this is not an alternative to Viagra or Cialis. Apomorphine works in an entirely different way and erections are not as spectacular. It is, however, effective. One of studies I mentioned earlier described apomorphine as a second-line treatment and I couldn't agree more. Combining this with a PDE-5 inhibitor may yield excellent results.

Side effects were minimal: just some yawning and that overall feeling of 'weirdness', I can't really describe it.

My only complaint is the delivery method, the infamous sublingual troches. You don't swallow these tablets, you keep them under your tongue until they dissolve, so that the drug may cross the blood-brain barrier and that is fine. The problem is having to cut them into 4 tiny pieces, it is not very practical and may damage the content. I have no idea why they don't come in individual doses.

I can't wait to combine this avanafil, next Saturday night is going to be the big test. :D

My verdict: Two thumbs up. Apomorphine is safe, effective and I strongly recommend it. Always consult your urologist before you decide to try it, though.
Age 40. Psychogenic ED for over 20 years. Current regimen: Udenafil 200 mg, oral phentolamine mesylate 40 mg, Seredyn.

kinggg
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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby kinggg » Thu Nov 12, 2020 2:04 am

Flavio wrote:
My verdict: Two thumbs up. Apomorphine is safe, effective and I strongly recommend it. Always consult your urologist before you decide to try it, though.


Hi flavio,

Hey got a few questions for you based on apomorphine for low libido...

1) After you place an order for apomorphine on the ed clinic will the site give you the option to choose parcl as carrier choice?

2) If you have experienced taking pt141, I'd like to hear how it compares with apomorphine.

3) Can people lose tolerance to apomorphine or pt141 over time?

4) I'm certain apomorphine works by increasing libido. Does it go through the roof in your case?

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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby Flavio » Thu Nov 12, 2020 10:09 am

kinggg wrote: [...] Hi flavio,

Hey got a few questions for you based on apomorphine for low libido...

1) After you place an order for apomorphine on the ed clinic will the site give you the option to choose parcl as carrier choice?

2) If you have experienced taking pt141, I'd like to hear how it compares with apomorphine.

3) Can people lose tolerance to apomorphine or pt141 over time?

4) I'm certain apomorphine works by increasing libido. Does it go through the roof in your case?

.


Thank you for your reply, Kinggg!

1) No, it doesn't work like that. Parcl.com is a forwarding community, not a carrier.

If you live in the United States you can order directly from The ED Clinic and you don't need Parcl.

The ED Clinic doesn't ship overseas, so if you live outside the United States, then you could hire an American forwarder at www.parcl.com. I strongly recommend Yannick Libam, he's a brilliant American forwarder and is already familiar with apomorphine and The ED Clinic. He is extremely professional, motivated and will take care of all the paper work for you (incl. buying the tablets, shipping and online consultation). Yannick is the only US forwarder I've tried so far and I can't praise him enough, he did a brilliant job.

2) I haven't tried PT-141 yet but I'd love to. On the downside, I hate needles and PT-141 seems to take a long time to work; apomorphine, by contrary, takes only 15 minutes to work. On the other hand, PT-141 has a much longer half-life than apomorphine. I have no idea which drug is best, I've only tried apomorphine so far.

3) That's a great question but I honestly don't know, Simbarn could probably help you with that.

4) Apomorphine increases both libido and erections. I only tried it once but yes, it went through the roof. The tablets from The ED Clinic are obviously much better than the Indian generic I tried a few years ago (Zyprima).
Age 40. Psychogenic ED for over 20 years. Current regimen: Udenafil 200 mg, oral phentolamine mesylate 40 mg, Seredyn.

brickbat
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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby brickbat » Thu Nov 12, 2020 12:14 pm

Flavio:

I checked out the E D website that sells apomorphine. This stuff sounds good to me as an aging male with little libido. I think I am going to order some. Thanks for keeping us posted on the effects and benefits of this drug. I see that the drug also helps performance anxiety and when combined with a PDE5 drug, helps erections.

Would you say at a minimum that this drug is an aphrodisiac and a anti anxiety drug?

I am wondering if alldaychemist or another online pharmacy of that ilk, sells this drug cheaper.
74 years young GYMRAT. Married 48 years. On cialis 5mg daily. Into MMOs, prostate orgasms, and ruined orgasms to help erectile health. Thinking of an implant. Monogamy is good for a man.

Flavio
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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby Flavio » Thu Nov 12, 2020 1:18 pm

brickbat wrote:Flavio:

I checked out the E D website that sells apomorphine. This stuff sounds good to me as an aging male with little libido. I think I am going to order some. Thanks for keeping us posted on the effects and benefits of this drug. I see that the drug also helps performance anxiety and when combined with a PDE5 drug, helps erections.

Would you say at a minimum that this drug is an aphrodisiac and a anti anxiety drug?

I am wondering if alldaychemist or another online pharmacy of that ilk, sells this drug cheaper.



Yes, there are other online pharmacies that also sell apomorphine for ED: I know woodlandhillspharmacy.com and RUGIET but I've never tried any of them.

You don't HAVE to combine apomorphine and a PDE-5 inhibitor for better erections, you can take apomorphine on its own. Combination may, however, improve results. Always consult your urologist first.

Apomorphine improves dopamine levels in the brain and it's definitely a great choice for psychogenic ED but I'm not sure if this drug could be listed as an anxiolytic. I did feel several things going on my brain, incl. this strange feeling of mild 'sedation', I can't really describe it.
Age 40. Psychogenic ED for over 20 years. Current regimen: Udenafil 200 mg, oral phentolamine mesylate 40 mg, Seredyn.

kinggg
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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby kinggg » Thu Nov 12, 2020 4:58 pm

Flavio wrote:I did feel several things going on my brain, incl. this strange feeling of mild 'sedation', I can't really describe it.


Hi flavio,

Greatly appreciate your feedback to my questions. Does the ed clinic require script?

Also you said you get a feeling of sedation with apomorphine. Is this a good thing since one generally feels deep relaxation when sexually active?

Let me tell you what I feel so maybe you might relate. My libido is very low. As I wake up in the morning I get very partial morning wood. It starts to wan. As I'm tying to maintain this partial erection I feel a weakness in my mid section area. Have you had this weakness also?

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Re: Apomorphine: my experience

Postby Flavio » Thu Nov 12, 2020 5:18 pm

kinggg wrote: [...]

Hi flavio,

Greatly appreciate your feedback to my questions. Does the ed clinic require script?


I have no idea. You should ask Yannick Libam, he took care of everything for me.

kinggg wrote: Also you said you get a feeling of sedation with apomorphine. Is this a good thing since one generally feels deep relaxation when sexually active?


Yes, definitely a good thing. I'm not sure if 'sedated' is the right word, it was a very mild sensation and not unpleasant at all. It seemed that some parts of my brain were extremely relaxed but at the same time my entire body was very energetic - I don't know if this makes any sense but it's the best way I can describe it.

kinggg wrote: Let me tell you what I feel so maybe you might relate. My libido is very low. As I wake up in the morning I get very partial morning wood. It starts to wan. As I'm tying to maintain this partial erection I feel a weakness in my mid section area. Have you had this weakness also?


No I don't think so, my problem is anxiety.

If libido is a problem, you should definitely give this one a try. Apomorphine is a powerful dopaminergic agent and they don't call dopamine 'the love hormone' for nothing. It is essential for arousal and erection.
Age 40. Psychogenic ED for over 20 years. Current regimen: Udenafil 200 mg, oral phentolamine mesylate 40 mg, Seredyn.


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