I agree with that. I remember the first times I smoked cannabis my libido skyrocketted. After some chronic use it flattened. It didn't "evaporate" nor it skyrocketted anymore. The body is a self-regulating machine.Interesting study.
However I would be very careful to draw strong conclusions from the lower prolactin levels.
The net-prolactin-effect could even be stronger than that of the control group if you consider the potentially lowered steroid levels (testosterone, pregnenolone, dhea).
Also I am not a believer of cannabis as a sexual enhancer anymore. Maybe if used very sparingly.
I have known too many chronic, male users whos libido evaporated over the years, let alone personal experiences.
Wow. So what to do if only MJ could fix sexual dysfunction acutely?Yep; this is why MJ is such a sexual enhancer. Prolactin be gone, what to do if only MJ make my sexual functioning to run acutly after
Cyproheptadine.Wow. So what to do if only MJ could fix sexual dysfunction acutely?
Chronic usage caused a downside but still far better than baseline. I am very curious to know.
My prolactin is 16.8 yet.
Thanks for your help.
"Of the serotoninergic system especially the 5-HT1A, 5-HT1C and the 5-HT2 receptor subtypes play a facilitatory role in human sexual behavior. In a comparative study on the anti-serotinergic agents trazodone, ketanserin and mianserin with placebo, trazodone was the superior drug for treatment of erectile dysfunction."
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