New Rutgers study reveals this Triple O technique

Multiple rolling O’s…

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New study out of Rutgers University reveals 4 simple techniques to give a woman rolling O’s

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These techniques touch her in just the right places to deliver shockingly powerful orgasms.

And she’ll become addicted to the feeling and want you to do her again and again and again…

Do this and you’ll trigger orgasms so pleasurable, the effect in her mind is identical to a soul-shifting religious experience.

Here’s the Triple O technique to giving a woman rolling O’s


The dark side of Gabapentin – what you should know before taking it

Gabapentin is a treatment that is commonly given to treat seizures, nerve pain, and other conditions.

Currently, over 10.5 million patients take it every single day.

It works by affecting the chemicals in the brain and nervous system that cause seizures and pain.

While it can be helpful for some people, recent research has raised concerns about its potential side effects…

…and sometimes even its potential usefulness.

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One study found that gabapentin can cause serious breathing problems, especially in older adults or people with lung problems.

This is a serious concern, as respiratory depression can be life-threatening.

Other potential side effects include dizziness, drowsiness, and confusion.

Some people may also experience mood changes, such as depression or anxiety.

“…perioperative gabapentin use was associated with modestly increased risk of delirium, new antipsychotic use, and pneumonia but not with in-hospital death among adults aged 65 years or older after major surgery. Considering the increasing number of major surgeries performed in older adults and the negative consequences of perioperative delirium, our findings raise concern about an increasingly adopted clinical practice that involves routine use of gabapentin as part of multimodal analgesia.”

And yet, this treatment keeps getting given in high numbers! The question is… should it be?

“Given the increasing reports of abuse and evidence of potential harms associated with gabapentin use, it is important to realize the potential risks associated with this ‘treatment’ and weigh these risks against this lack of reliable evidence purporting its efficacy for many of its off-label uses.”

I’m not so sure… the evidence of potentially negative side effects is a problem…

…but so is the simple fact that it doesn’t always work the way it’s supposed to.

One study found that gabapentin may not be as effective as previously thought for postoperative pain.

The study looked at patients who had undergone surgery, and were given either gabapentin or a placebo.

The researchers found that there was no significant difference in pain scores between the 2 groups…

…suggesting that gabapentin may not be an effective treatment for postoperative pain and probably not any better than a placebo!

“…reductions in pain intensity 24 hours after surgery and opioid-related adverse events associated with gabapentin and placebo were inconsistent and not clinically meaningful.”

To me, this is just crazy. Here’s even more…

Gabapentin is sometimes used to treat knee osteoarthritis, a common condition that causes pain and stiffness in the knee joint.

While gabapentin can be effective for some people, recent research has raised questions about its overall effectiveness and safety for this condition.

One study found that gabapentin was no more effective than a placebo for reducing pain in people with knee osteoarthritis.

The study looked at patients who were given either gabapentin or a placebo for 12 weeks.

The researchers found that there was no significant difference in pain scores between the 2 groups…

…suggesting that gabapentin may not be an effective treatment for knee osteoarthritis.

“Incorporating gabapentin into care for patients with knee OA [osteoarthritis] does not appear to offer good value.”

Why on earth are doctors recommending a treatment that doesn’t actually do what they want it to do, AND has pretty serious side effects?It’s mind-boggling!Here’s the reality of the situation…

Gabapentin is NOT a pain treatment – although it’s used that way off-label.

It’s a seizure treatment.So, it doesn’t particularly surprise me that gabapentin doesn’t work all that well for pain.

Despite these concerns, gabapentin is still commonly used for pain.

It’s important for patients to be aware of the potential risks, and the fact that gabapentin may not work any better than a placebo.

Talk to your healthcare provider about whether gabapentin is the right choice for you.

—-Important Warning—-

#1 doctor recommended pain reliever is lowering men’s testosterone

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Believe it or not, the most popular over-the-counter pain reliever that more than 60 million Americans are using every week…

…the #1 doctor-recommended pain reliever in the country for arthritis and joint pain…

I’ve discovered that it’s actually LOWERING men’s testosterone levels…

…raising estrogen…

…lowering libido and diminishing a man’s pleasure…

…and increasing the risks of heart attack, stroke, and certain cancers.

Are you taking this? If so, here’s what to use instead…


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.