Last 4x Longer in the Sack with Clomiphene

Last 4x Longer in the Sack with Clomiphene


Studies dating back all the way to the 1970s show that clomiphene raises testosterone and lowers the levels of harmful estrogen in men…

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Most Men Have Dangerously High Estrogen Levels – Here’s How I Lowered Mine

A few years ago, lab test results showed that my estrogen was through the roof.

And my doctor didn’t care… He said I should lose weight and take a statin drug.

So I started researching everything I could find about estrogen.

And it turns out that men who have a bit of a belly almost always have high estrogen.

And high estrogen levels almost always lead to erectile dysfunction too.

That’s because estrogen is the opposite of what you need for great erections.

So after a lot of trial and error and reading medical study after medical study, I discovered a very simple method to lower my estrogen levels naturally.

And now I use this method constantly.

Best of all, my wife LOVES the “new me” with low estrogen because the difference in my body is SO VISIBLE when we have sex.

Here’s the method I used to lower my estrogen levels naturally, lose weight, and improve erections – and you can use this too…

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Last 4x Longer in the Sack with Clomiphene

Clomiphene is a pharmaceutical drug that was developed in the 1960s.

I’m going to share some of the good aspects of it with you, but I am not recommending it.

You just need to be aware of it.

It was first used to treat female infertility.

And then researchers quickly learned that clomiphene could be very useful for men too.

Clomiphene blocks the effects of estrogen in some critical parts of the brain.

This leads to increased testosterone and reduced estrogen.

So in the 1970s, some doctors began to use clomiphene for low testosterone in men.

Half a dozen studies even showed that it can improve male fertility.

On top of all that, it seems that clomiphene could help with premature ejaculation.

Clomiphene Effects on Idiopathic Premature Ejaculation

Researchers carried out this human trial at the Department of Urology, Bahonar Hospital, Kerman Medical Sciences University, Kerman, Iran. The journal Nephro-Urology Monthly published the results.

The main goal of premature ejaculation research is extending the length of sexual intercourse.

“Premature ejaculation is the inability to delay ejaculation, occurring sooner than they or their partner would like during sexual activities.”

Premature ejaculation can sometimes be treated when the root cause is known.

But much of the time the cause is unknown. In medical terms, this is called “idiopathic.”

Idiopathic premature ejaculation is very difficult to treat.

“In idiopathic premature ejaculation, several helpful techniques and medicines are recommended, but none of them has yielded satisfactory results.”

So the researchers turned to clomiphene.

They suspected it may be helpful because it does block estrogen in the brain.

The researchers recruited 178 men with unexplainable premature ejaculation.

“In a randomized clinical trial, 178 married men with idiopathic premature ejaculation were randomized into two groups.”

Some of the men got clomiphene. The rest of the men got an inactive placebo pill.

The participants of the study didn’t know if they were getting clomiphene or the fake pill.

“Men were randomized into two groups, namely the study (clomiphene) and control (placebo) groups.”

The men who received clomiphene got a dose of 50 mg – a standard dose used to treat other male problems.

The men completed detailed questionnaires about their lifestyle and their sex life.

“They completed questionnaires that included intravaginal ejaculatory latency time, erectile dysfunction indexes, quality of life, sociodemographic characteristics, lifestyle, and medical illness.”

The clomiphene treatment lasted for six months.

After that, all of the men repeated the questionnaires.

The researchers compared the scores on the questionnaires to assess whether clomiphene had any benefit.

“After 6 months of intervention, all data were compared with the baseline data and between the groups.”

The research showed that clomiphene could significantly improve premature ejaculation.

“Significant differences were observed in intra-vaginal ejaculatory latency time and quality of life.”

The men lasted longer during sex and their quality of life improved with clomiphene.

The average duration of sex increased from 2.5 minutes to more than 10 minutes in the men who received clomiphene.

The men given the placebo pill did not have any significant changes to sexual function at the end of the study.

While overall quality of life significantly increased in the clomiphene group, it got worse in the placebo group.

The study shows that clomiphene is a relatively useful drug treatment for idiopathic premature ejaculation.

“Clomiphene seems to be useful in the pharmacological treatment of premature ejaculation compared to the placebo.”

Clomiphene is regarded as a relatively safe drug for men.

It is also used to boost testosterone levels and lower systemic estrogen.

“Clomiphene increases the production of pituitary hormones and enhances the natural production of testosterone.”

Clomiphene certainly seems safer than some of the other pharmaceuticals that are suggested for premature ejaculation.

Many doctors try to use selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs – antidepressants) to try to treat premature ejaculation.

“Among the common medications mostly prescribed for premature ejaculation are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor SSRIs.”

SSRIs have a very, very long list of serious side effects – including multiple types of sexual dysfunction.

“SSRIs may cause sexual dysfunction, ranging from small percentages to more than 80%. They may also have harmful effects on semen parameters.”

Hopefully, researchers and doctors will pay more attention to the potential benefits of clomiphene in the right situations.

I personally prefer to use other means to raise testosterone and lower estrogen.

You should always see a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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Here’s Why Men Get Performance Anxiety – and How to Banish It for Good

We’ve all been there before…

You’re with a woman and things are heating up… And then she wants to move it into the bedroom…

But suddenly you are struck with anxiety… You are so worried about whether you’ll get an erection or not…

These worries just make getting an erection even less likely…

And before you know it, you have full-blown performance anxiety that ruins everything.

This is so much more common than you think… It happens to men everywhere.

And there’s a very good reason for this. It’s actually part of how men are wired.

And since it has to do with human biology, I was able to study it and discover a natural way to banish performance anxiety for good.

Here’s why men suffer from performance anxiety – and how we can banish it for good.

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