Most disturbing woman’s O secret?

It’s affecting 80% of all women…

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This is the most disturbing orgasm secret

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Here’s a disturbing statistic about women and sex:

Did you know that 80% of women NEVER get off during intercourse?

Now as a man, imagine how you would feel if you couldn’t come when you want to.

Imagine you yearn to feel the erotic surge of climax, but you just can’t.

You probably lose interest in sex… or go crazy, right?

It’s the same with women. It’s a natural urge to WANT to experience an orgasm when they’re in the throes of erotic delight.

And when you’re able to give your woman mind-blowing climaxes every single time you enter her…

She’ll want you and only you.

With each powerful thrust, she’s going to build up a climax that brings her waves of pleasure.

This is the kind of sex she will remember for life…



Hey, Matt Cook here, and you’ve probably seen NSAIDs mentioned before — they are a class of anti-inflammatory painkillers.

They include treatments like aspirin, ibuprofen/Advil, naproxen/Aleve, Diclofenac/Voltaren, and celecoxib/Celebrex.

Aspirin is the oldest of this type of treatment, and (in most cases) it’s by far the safest.

Many people are unaware of the vast array of side effects caused by these treatments, especially the more modern ones.

Let’s look at a research paper outlining some potential problems caused by these treatments.

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The review of human research was carried out at Cooch Behar Panchanan Barma University in India. This paper was published in Biochemical Pharmacology.

Prostaglandins are inflammatory substances produced in the body.

They are made from polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) – fats that mostly come from vegetable oils.

The body produces prostaglandins from vegetable oils through COX enzymes.

NSAIDs mostly work against these enzymes, so they effectively reduce pain and inflammation.

“Owing to the efficacy in reducing pain and inflammation, NSAIDs are amongst the most popularly used medicines on the WHO’s Model List of Essential Medicines.”

The consumption of these treatments is increasing. This has been blamed on aging populations, sedentary lifestyles, and increasing rates of global obesity.

I would also add the ever-increasing consumption of polyunsaturated fats from vegetable oils to this list of causes of musculoskeletal complications.

“With escalating musculoskeletal complications, as evident from 2016 Global Burden of Disease data, NSAID usage is evidently unavoidable.”

According to a report by the World Health Organization published in The Lancet in 2018, nearly 1 in 4 globally suffers from a musculoskeletal problem.

NSAIDs can have profound effects on the cardiovascular system.

Many are marketed as having beneficial effects against cardiovascular problems and cancer

…although except for aspirin, more recent evidence indicates the contrary.

“Apart from analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antipyretic efficacies, NSAIDs are further documented to offer protection against diverse critical disorders including cancer and heart attacks.”

Most of these treatments have a spectacularly long list of often serious side effects.

“However, data from multiple placebo-controlled trials and meta-analyses studies alarmingly signify the adverse effects of NSAIDs in gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, hepatic, renal, cerebral, and pulmonary complications.”

The gastrointestinal side effects include stomach and duodenal ulcers, bleeding (sometimes severe), and gastrointestinal perforation.

These are often listed side effects of aspirin, but it’s easy to avoid these issues with aspirin, and other NSAIDs are more likely to cause these problems.

Cardiovascular issues include an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and hypertension.

Again, aspirin is an outlier here because it decreases the risk of these issues.

Many NSAIDs are also liver toxic, causing inflammation and injury, which can lead to liver failure.

These treatments can impair kidney function and lead to acute or chronic kidney injury.

They can also cause fluid retention, amplifying conditions like heart failure and high blood pressure.

Long-term studies show that these medications (except aspirin) may cause cognitive decline.

NSAIDs can also trigger asthma-like conditions in susceptible people.

“The present review provides a comprehensive insight of the existing knowledge and recent developments on NSAID-induced organ damage.”

And all that’s not to say you should never take one of these treatments.

But the risks of these treatments are often completely overlooked by patients and doctors.

“The review does not intend to vilify these ‘wonder treatments’; rather provides a careful understanding of their side-effects which would be beneficial in evaluating the risk-benefit threshold while rationally using NSAIDs at safer dose and duration.”

These are not harmless substances. If you consider taking one, you should consider the potential cost.

The risk of long-term use of these treatments is high, and there are always safer long-term solutions.

—-Important Message for Men Needing Safe Pain Relief—-

This cheap white powder can stop joint pain, arthritis pain, and chronic pain while boosting libido

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I’ve discovered a simple white powder that costs only a few bucks at the store…

And it has amazing healing properties — the power to target pain and stop it fast.

Oftentimes within 3 days or less. And it’s not addictive or harmful at all.

Even better is the benefits it gives men… instead of side effects, it helps a man increase T, boost drive, and feel more confident.

And that’s exactly why Big Pharma hopes you never hear about this cheap white powder I’m telling you about right here

Plus, why you should avoid normal pain-relievers like the plague… most men don’t know anything about this!


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and organ damage: A current perspective