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Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use?

Posted by Stud Puppy on September 02, 2003 at 09:47:20:

Hi forum,

My question is kind of off topic, but it concerns my health.

Recently a friend of mine mentioned to me to try using a desensitizing spray, STUD 100, during sex. Which will delay ejaculation. It contains Lidocaine 9.6% w/w, in a 12g spray bottle.

My question is, is this safe to use during sex, what are the possible side effects if known.

Also if anyone here has had any negative results from using this long term etc. please mention...

Any other alternatives out there to try.


thanku



Re: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use?

Posted by johndoe on September 02, 2003 at 12:28:43:

In Reply to: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use? posted by Stud Puppy on September 02, 2003 at 09:47:20:

possible side effects: you could become physically as well as psychologically dependent on it.

since it deadens sensation for you, and you introduce it into her vagina, it could deaden sensation for her too. That would make your job a lot tougher.

Alternatives:

#1. Self-Hypnosis.

#2. Stop making "being a Stud Puppy" a goal.

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Re: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use?

Posted by been there on September 02, 2003 at 15:10:40:

In Reply to: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use? posted by Stud Puppy on September 02, 2003 at 09:47:20:


my husband used something similar to this product a few years ago and all it really did was made *me* numb. i would not recommend this product, sorry. as an alternative how about your friend thinks about something he doesn't much care for, for a while. works for a lot of people. think of dirty diapers, unwashed dishes, baseball. :-)

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Re: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use? (Archive.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 03, 2003 at 07:42:48:

In Reply to: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use? posted by Stud Puppy on September 02, 2003 at 09:47:20:

Hi, Stud.

Listen to been there and johndoe.

This stuff is notorious for being high on the list of hypersensitizing agents. Upwards of 25% get skin reactions from "caines". That means with 2 of you that the chances would be 50% that one of you would get a rash.

Both of you should read the Kama Sutra. It will do you both a lot more good.

Let us know what you learn and how you do.

Walt

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Re: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use?

Posted by Dudette on September 03, 2003 at 07:48:43:

In Reply to: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use? posted by Stud Puppy on September 02, 2003 at 09:47:20:

How about using a condom? That normally dulls SOME of the sensation, without long term side effects.

Even with a condom on my husband has this exact problem of premature ejaculation, (sigh) but at least it makes him last somewhat longer. god knows what it would be like without one. :o(

Also, have you tried the "open eye" trick when you are close to climax. When you feel it very close, most men close their eyes, if you open it, somehow it can delay the orgasm, just for a while longer. Other than that, I dont know. I know walt had mentioned before about the "kama sutra".

I wouldnt mess with those numbing sprays though. Could make things worse

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Re: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use?

Posted by James Came on September 12, 2003 at 04:39:36:

In Reply to: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use? posted by Stud Puppy on September 02, 2003 at 09:47:20:

Hi forum,

My question is kind of off topic, but it concerns my health.

Recently a friend of mine mentioned to me to try using a desensitizing spray, STUD 100, during sex. Which will delay ejaculation. It contains Lidocaine 9.6% w/w, in a 12g spray bottle.

My question is, is this safe to use during sex, what are the possible side effects if known.

Also if anyone here has had any negative results from using this long term etc. please mention...

Any other alternatives out there to try.


thanku




Re: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use?

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 12, 2003 at 13:14:41:

In Reply to: Re: Male sex delay spray, is it safe to use? posted by James Came on September 12, 2003 at 04:39:36:

James,

This was just discussed this week.

Walt

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