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The biochemistry of the Super O
  • rorymuscle
    Posts: 71
    Last night was another lesson in bliss. I used the MGX, SGX and Eupho to wonderful effect, with my body producing that 'warm bath' feeling of bliss a few minutes after inserting the Aneros. This carried on for two hours, and while there were no contracting Super Os of any great intensity, the feeling of still and sure ecstacy was the order of the session. I then masturbated normally to ejaculation, with the usual shouts and bangs of pleasure, took out the Aneros and settled to sleep.

    After sleeping for no more than half an hour, I got the "whisper" (as it's so eloquently called in another thread) to go again. I couldn't believe my body would want more, but it was begging me, so I inserted the Aneros and had another session of blissful encounter, this time lasting for half an hour or so, and actually having a succession of Super Os.

    What I want to know is, is it damaging to one's brain chemistry to keep on having Super Os? Is it like using drugs where you end up depleting chemicals in your brain and effecting damage that way? What is it that makes one's body react in this way where it can go on for literally hours in orgasmic bliss? It's fascinating, wonderful and exhilarating, but I'm wondering am I using up all my 'feel good' chemicals too quickly?

  • What I want to know is, is it damaging to one's brain chemistry to keep on having Super Os? Is it like using drugs where you end up depleting chemicals in your brain and effecting damage that way? What is it that makes one's body react in this way where it can go on for literally hours in orgasmic bliss? It's fascinating, wonderful and exhilarating, but I'm wondering am I using up all my 'feel good' chemicals too quickly?




    my thoughts exactly, it feels too good....


    im thinking we (aneros users) have unbalanced serotonin levels,

    i was thinking about taking a blood sample prior and immediately after a session, and check the chemistry.
  • grateful
    Posts: 51
    I would be very interested in hearing what High Island Health has to say about this question. It is a very good one. grateful
  • johntrevy
    Posts: 220
    If itss one og those "I hate gay people", then its bound to sound bad:(
    Why do doctors think they know everything sexual, due to the "popular consensus"?

    Edit:My apologies, i was drunk and didnt realise at the time.
    But i will retain the fact that too many doctors are giving false information because of personal beleifs.
  • grateful
    Posts: 51
    Hi johntrevy, I'm sorry to have triggered something. As I understand it, High Island Health is the developer of the Aneros device we are using. Their product for therapeutic prostate massage is called ProState. Here is the link to the website: http://www.highisland.com/ I think we are all among friendlies on this thread so far. My thinking is that since Aneros is rooted in therapeutic practice, it would be great for them to weigh in on this question. It seems like a valid one. I am now curious what systems are involved in this prolonged, massive pleasure surge and its short term effect on body chemistry. It would seem to me that if there were significant depletion involved, our more seasoned SO members would be straining under the load - something that does not appear to be happening. This is bona fide trailblazing! grateful
  • gravel
    Posts: 53
    It's hard for me to believe that aneros use could be inherently harmful. It's not as if you are introducing a foreign chemical into the brain. You are just making use of what is already there.