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Super T or Super O?
  • didymusdidymus
    Posts: 99
    I would appreciate your insights.

    I have been using my Aneros devices for about a month.  My initial experiences produced what I have read as Super O's.

    Over the last two or three weeks I have had three sessions which produced ejaculatory orgasms, without any penile contact and without any erection  (and it seem to last longer than my normal ejaculation from either masturbation or intercourse). The ejaculate was clearly not pre-cum and there was a lot of it.  After the most recent ejaculation I found that I could continue to have some mini O's but stopped before I had another Super O as I needed some sleep. The ejaculations have occurred while I am either on my side or my back.

    The descriptions I have read of Super  O's do not include wet orgasm or ejaculations - am I wrong?

    At one level it really does not matter what it is called as the experiences have been mind blowing but I am curious to know if my experience is unusual.  Thanks for your feedback
  • ineverknewineverknew
    Posts: 1,179
    @didymus, is the ejaculate shooting out or oozing?  It is possible for the aneros device to milk the prostate and semen will ooze out.  But if its shooting out with orgasmic pleasure then I would say thats a traditional orgasm.
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 1,008

    It's been a while since I last checked, but my understanding of the meaning of a "super-T" is that it is a "super-O" which includes a conventional ejaculation (with or without a refractory period to follow.

    Not sure that I would really care much what it is called. I'd just be thankful to have one!
  • techpumptechpump
    Posts: 188
    I thought a super T was brought on by penile stimulation? I thought you can have cum either oozing or shooting out during a super O, and even mini ones too
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,460

    By definition a Super-O "... is an overwhelmingly strong non-ejaculatory orgasm...". Now, this does not preclude the possibility that you may experience an involuntary emission or prostate "milking" as a consequence of your Super-O. This emission may be very small (a drop or two), substantial or anywhere in between. A couple of key characteristics of an ejaculatory orgasm need to be considered. In most men, following an ejaculatory orgasm there is a marked refractory period where another orgasm is nearly impossible and continued sexual stimulation is likely ineffective in producing penile tumescence. By contrast a prostate milking, while lessening the urge for ejaculatory relief, does not induce the same refractory effect and continuous stimulation can lead to penile erection and further dry orgasms. There apparently are other differences as well in the hormonal response to ejaculatory orgasm versus an emissive "milking" such as reduced prolactin and oxytocin releases.
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