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Sleeping With Aneros In? Please Read.
  • carter
    Posts: 10
    I've heard many rumors through these forums about people going to sleep with the Aneros in and waking to amazing orgasms. Is there a certain position you lay in? About how long did you sleep before orgasms started? What model of Aneros was used? If you could please answer these questions for me I would really like to experiment with this. I am assuming that it's because of your relaxed state while sleeping combined with already involuntary muscle contractions and movement caused by sleeping and this may even shed a whole new light on using the Aneros to the new members like myself. Thanks in advance guys, and if possible, can multiple people answer this? I would like to compare answers for a more accurate response.

    PS

    Sorry for double posting this, just felt it should have its own thread ;)
  • I have gone to sleep several times with the aneros inserted, waking up 4 hours later with nothing happening. I hoped for the same as you, but so far no such luck.
  • Hi Folks,

    This is the ONLY way I ever have had a Super O. I sleep on my back and use the first Aneros I ever bought, the SGX. Another big plus is the dreams in which I am experiencing all kinds of sexual activity ... very enjoyable.
    Zero success with the Helix for overnight usage.

    You must use a really creamy lube due to the period of time the unit is in you. I shop at SAM's Club and find that the GENE's 100,000 IU Vit. E cream to be the best.

    The harder the mattress, the better for me ... since my "spot" is not sensitive.

    The longer you abstain from ejectulaing,(number of days between) the better your chance to experience what I have mentioned above.

    Good Luck,

    Matt
  • nood1963
    Posts: 113

    Originally Posted By: charliebrown
    I have gone to sleep several times with the aneros inserted, waking up 4 hours later with nothing happening. I hoped for the same as you, but so far no such luck.


    I tried going to sleep with the aneros inserted, but it only led to 2 hours of bliss. Afterwards I woke up 7 hrs later...nood
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    Hi,

    I would suggest to be very careful when sleeping with the aneros inserted. When I read that suggestion in this forum about six months ago, I tried that, but after it was inserted for about 5 hours, I woke up and removed it, because it hurt (especially where the abutment tab rested).
    I've lost a lot of feeling in my penis that night, especially during the next days/weeks my penis felt extremely numb. Where I earlier needed 5 minutes to jerk off, it now took half an hour and a very vivid imagination, and the feeling when coming was more of a "well, it's over" than "Woohoo!".
    I got some of the feeling back now, but I'm still much less sensitive than before, and I doubt it will improve much.

    I suspect the blood flow around the sweet spot was cut off and a lot of nerves died. Earlier I could find the spot by putting pressure on the perineum, but now I cannot anymore. There's no discernable difference, no peeing sensation, nothing. Consequently, I now also have a much harder time with the aneros. While I can get some vibrations going (on a good day), I don't get nearly as far as before. :(
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    Originally Posted By: speckled
    Hi,

    I would suggest to be very careful when sleeping with the aneros inserted. When I read that suggestion in this forum about six months ago, I tried that, but after it was inserted for about 5 hours, I woke up and removed it, because it hurt (especially where the abutment tab rested).
    I've lost a lot of feeling in my penis that night, especially during the next days/weeks my penis felt extremely numb. Where I earlier needed 5 minutes to jerk off, it now took half an hour and a very vivid imagination, and the feeling when coming was more of a "well, it's over" than "Woohoo!".
    I got some of the feeling back now, but I'm still much less sensitive than before, and I doubt it will improve much.

    I suspect the blood flow around the sweet spot was cut off and a lot of nerves died. Earlier I could find the spot by putting pressure on the perineum, but now I cannot anymore. There's no discernable difference, no peeing sensation, nothing. Consequently, I now also have a much harder time with the aneros. While I can get some vibrations going (on a good day), I don't get nearly as far as before. :(


    I had a similar problem using a butt plug, with numbness after a few minutes.
    Probably the nerves were being compressed, and numbness subsided after a few hours. This raised a red flag for me & I threw out the plug. I have used the SGX with no problems, a much better design & a lot smaller, but I would never use it for an extended period of time. I suggest you
    get to a urologist & explain to him your problem, not holding back any details. I ask him trying Topamax which has been shown to help
    with nerve healing. I would not put this off as the time is your enemy. I would also question whether you should continue using the aneros given your present condition. Best of luck!
    Steven