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Sexual Health - General board
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  1. Frustration: How do I temporarily reduce my sex drive 30th December 2007
    ... volume even increased a bit. I believe it also has a dopamine affect. This all wore off after another week. I...

  2. DH having trouble finishing 9th June 2006
    ... causing that one. If anything upsets the ratio of dopamine to seratonin in the brain, the ability to ejaculate...

  3. porn problem... 24th July 2005
    ... released by masturbation. (I think its seratonin and dopamine ?) So by my way of thinking, a glass bottle is just...

  4. Any women try orgasm enhancers? 7th November 2003
    ... so I went to the webpage. It says that is affects dopamine and norepinephrine. The same things that antidepressants ... hard to believe that this stuff would do anything for dopamine and norepinephrine, when most prescrip drugs take...

Sexual Health - Men board
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  1. fail in sex 24th October 2009
    ... since they help the brain to segregate substances like dopamine , which causes euphoria in athletes, testosterone and...

  2. Glans Irritation from just rubbing with towel.. lost perspective on normal 19th June 2009
    ... glans is dulled? Could it be in my head - lack of dopamine type thing? thanks for any input...

  3. Anorgasmia -- Effexor 22nd September 2008
    ... added to my Effexor XR-225. Wellbutrin suppliments dopamine , while Effexor works on serittonin. I felt immediately...

  4. Sexual Supplement For a better Sexual Life. 1st May 2008
    ... and 4 days off can help with libido as it increases dopamine but you have to cycle it due to it works on the Hypothalamu...

  5. Enhanced Orgasm 21st December 2007
    ... breaking the habit. :) I believe the culprit is dopamine . Pretty much anything having to do with either orgasm ... ability to reduce his refractory period can be traced to dopamine . Speaking from experience, please keep in mind...
    ... Is dopamine a prescription drug? If so, what is it used for....
    ... [QUOTE=JustinM1234;3359561]Is dopamine a prescription drug? If so, what is it used for. ... with another, that its probably a prescription drug. Dopamine is what our own bodies produce. When you took the ... again after having experienced it on Meth. Although dopamine is a prescription drug, it is prescribed for Parkinson ... other drugs whose method of action work to increased dopamine 's effects. These are also used for Parkinson's. ... have talked about on other threads here. It affects dopamine but I only had like a 2-3 day "super effect" from ... experienced on Meth. I have also heard that about the dopamine drugs. IOW, they are short-lived. I still stick by...
    ... drugs i mentioned? I wonder if they increase your dopamine ?...
    ... drugs i mentioned? I wonder if they increase your dopamine ? Yes, Dostinex is the brand name for Cabergoline...

  6. Sexual Side Effects from Paxil 14th September 2007
    ... improve. Evidently SSRI's ehance serotonin and suppress dopamine . Reducing dopamine reduces sex drive....
    ... tend to cause sexual problems because it deals with dopamine , not serotonin. Anything that elevates serotonin...

  7. Impotence 12th August 2007
    ... makes more of the neurotransmitters Serotonin and Dopamine . As a result of your excessive-masturbation, you ... you are having blood pressure problems. Too much dopamine , can cause increased heart rate and blood pressure ... itself and restore the levels of your Serotonin and Dopamine . This could mean a month or two before your erection...
    ... makes more of the neurotransmitters Serotonin and Dopamine . As a result of your excessive-masturbation, you ... you are having blood pressure problems. Too much dopamine , can cause increased heart rate and blood pressure ... itself and restore the levels of your Serotonin and Dopamine . This could mean a month or two before your erection...
    ... Your high blood pressure to me is a sign of elevated Dopamine levels. The other neurotransmitter which goes into...

  8. Problems ejactulating with my girlfriend 3rd March 2006
    ... balance...something to do with the proportion between dopamine and seratonin. This is why anti-depressants can cause...

  9. I've got my results! Please check 29th December 2005
    ... Also, i'm very afraid that my problem could be Dopamine . Cause i've read that Prolactin does reduce Dopamine ... levels. I mean, the problem can be either too low dopamine , or too much prolactin...i'm right? Can dopamine ... level be checked? I really hope my problem is not dopamine ......

  10. 20 years old, im desesperated!help please! :( 8th November 2004
    ... how to cure but we think the key of the problem is dopamine . You can join our forum : [url]http://recover...

  11. No Sex Drive in a 22 Year Old 17th May 2004
    ... I have an orgasm, my body overreacts to the excess dopamine , neopinephrine, serotonin, etc.. and "sucks" it all ... Deprenyl now, a Parkinsons disease medication. It is a dopamine rgic and stimulates the part of the brain that makes ... dopamine . I do feel slightly better, to be honest, even though...

  12. Like Stroking Your Finger 29th August 2003
    ... horomones could it be related to? Could I be "out" of dopamine and serotonin? ...

  13. male orgasm 9th June 2003
    ... intense due to the medicines ability to stimulate dopamine production, and also decrease prolactin which causes ... the refractory period after climax. A lack of dopamine can make climax near impossible. If you hadn't noticed ... anorgasmia by raising seratonine levels, but it decreases dopamine levels, which is why it's hard to climax while on...

  14. HELP - Is this me or........................... 8th June 2003
    ... your sex life terribly. SSRI medications inhibit dopamine in the brain which is critical in sexual function...
    ... your sex life terribly. SSRI medications inhibit dopamine in the brain which is critical in sexual function...

  15. Remedies for delayed or retarded ejaculation 15th April 2003
    ... ejaculation. These are dopanagenic drugs which boost dopamine levels and decrease prolactin levels which gives you ... a higher sex drive. Dopamine is also very important in orgasm/ejaculation. These...
    ... ejaculation. These are dopanagenic drugs which boost dopamine levels and decrease prolactin levels which gives you ... a higher sex drive. Dopamine is also very important in orgasm/ejaculation. These...
    ... and multiple orgasms. It's a drug that stimulates dopamine production, so I think it may also work on delayed ... possibly. SSRI anti depressants block the production of dopamine , which creates a problem of orgasm and in some cases ... trouble reaching orgasm MAY have a natural state of low dopamine production, so maybe dostinex could help....
    ... level at , and what's the lab range? Prolactin is a dopamine inhibitor, It'll kill your sex drive and sex functioning...

Sexual Health - Teens board
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  1. Instant feelings of apathy and regret after ejaculation - is this normal? 8th May 2007
    ... level increases. This increase in turn decreases your dopamine . Perhaps you have heard that some Parkinson's drugs ... increase dopamine and have a pleasant side effect of eliminating a man ... 's refractory period? The sudden dopamine decrease can cause a mild depression effect. Also...

  2. Girlfriend and orgasming... 3rd March 2006
    ... typically an imbalance in the ratio of seratonin to dopamine in the brain. A doctor should be able to help....

  3. Serious question plz read, never ejaculated. 27th January 2003
    ... likely cause of your problems). Anti depressants block dopamine , which is crucial in sexual climax( dopamine is the ... researching parkinson's disease medication which is a dopamine agonist, and it is being used to treat delayed ejaculation ... Dostinex is the most promising of them. It boosts the dopamine levels in your brain, which boosts libido and sets...

Sexual Health - Women board
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  1. antidepressants and sexdrive 20th April 2009
    ... ANYWAY, look into the wellbutrin. It works on dopamine and will give you some energy and should help with...

  2. I always give him head, but he rarely does it back 20th April 2009

  3. No Desire To Make Love. 10th December 2003
    ... Wellbuterin affects two neurotransmitters, called dopamine and norepinephrine. Maybe I need the Serotonin. ... Do you know the difference between Serotonin and Dopamine ? Again THANK YOU...........Looking foward to hearing...
    ... antidepressant (except for the MAO-inhibitors) to increase dopamine as well as serotonin/norepinephrine. This is why it ... or that even causes any sort of pleasure) increases dopamine in a part of the brain called the nucleus accumbens ... marijuana, cigarettes, sex, food - they all increase dopamine here. Wellbutrin also does this (and although dependence ... is not itself physically addictive). By increasing dopamine in that part of the brain, it allows the user to stop ... smoking cigarettes while still getting that dopamine fix. Then you wean the person off of Wellbutrin once ... used to being a non-smoker. So in other words, the dopamine will not help you out much unless you want to quite...

  4. Better sex through chemistry and... 12th February 2003
    ... limit prolactine production and therefore increase dopamine levels in the brain, as well as allow for rapid or...
    ... it impacts arousal (but also erections through the dopamine activation). Whereas Viagra really does a great job ... Mainly I am interested in the anti-prolactin's/pro- dopamine rgics like bromocriptine and Dostinex (even though...

Sleep Disorders board
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  1. REM Sleep Parasomnia 11th June 2009
    ... I have always been thinking that I have a lack of dopamine ([COLOR="Blue"]* link to commercial website removed ... suffering from paresthesia in my legs [RLS => lack of dopamine ?]). Drugs like caffeine or methylphenidate really ... these REM sleep parasomnias may be linked to impaired dopamine . What a surprise... Eventually, wouldn't it be appropriate ... to treat all these problems with dopamine agents like the MAO-B inhibitor Selegiline (neuroprotective...

  2. Melatonin side effects? 31st May 2007
    ... dose, or get a time release... the body creates dopamine , and between these two, it is your day/night cycle ... . the tricky thing is to balance the dopamine and melatonin. The interesting thing about people...

  3. Body vibrating! 25th January 2007
    ... Prozac, can be related to too much acetylcholine to dopamine ratio in your system (medicines that block dopamine ... neck muscles, and/or are on any medicines that block dopamine (or increase actylcholine). Has anyone found a medicne...

  4. real insomniacs 4th March 2004
    ... trying Mirapex, a Parkinson's Disease drug which is a Dopamine agonist. I had tried many things to get me to fall...

  5. I want Meds! I don't understand why my docs do not want to give me sleeping tabs! 14th September 2002
    ... would help except seroquel...which is a serotonin and dopamine inhibitos but it has a very high histamine level so...

  6. seroquel for sleep 22nd August 2002
    ... Seroquel does not contain histamine and is also not a dopamine -serotonin inhibitor. Seroquel is kind of a drug that ... works on dopamine & serotonin receptors. And yes it works wonderful...

  7. Allways feeling sleepy 15th March 2001
    ... them once a month or less, and after she takes one ( dopamine ), she sleeps but then she's drowsy for the whole day...

Smoking Cessation board
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  1. DAy two of Not smoking ~ help 11th December 2009
    ... re-organising itself based on what's known as the dopamine affect. This goes very quickly and one of the best...

  2. why does chantix make you tired 6th April 2009
    ... It is listed as a side effect. The amount of dopamine released to the brain is slightly reduced. It does...

  3. Thought I was doing well...now pretty disheartened 25th July 2008
    ... blocks the nicotine receptors in the brain that release dopamine into your blood (the pleasure feeling), making you...

  4. Chantix - how long before side effects subside after quitting the med? 20th April 2008
    ... portion of your brain that nicotine addresses produces dopamine , and that dopamine actually makes your body "happy ... told me that I was dealing with a "withdrawal" of dopamine , and she ended up putting me on an antidepressant...

  5. Chantix + Brain Fog (how long?!?!?!) 15th February 2008
    ... hard to keep my job. PS: If I had known it was a dopamine agonist I would have thought twice about taking it...

  6. Chantix - Day 1 6th February 2008
    ... Chantix works well with my SSRI to flood my head with dopamine . :) This is a great board. I read a lot of the...

  7. help 19th January 2008
    ... depression can be a symptom of nicotine withdrawal. Your dopamine receptors got used to the fix and, from what I read ... even more of them because of the nicotine. Anyway, dopamine is a feel good center in your brain. It is now having...

  8. Cigarettes: The Emotional Filter 28th October 2007
    ... them and then releasing large amounts of unearned dopamine . One of the biggest problems this created, was ... but to turn down it's own sensitivity to releasing dopamine . Our brains were literally being desenstizied, creating...

  9. The Illusion of AAaaaaahhhhh 24th October 2007
    ... into myself. Nicotine was releasing a flood of dopamine into my system by mimicing the neurotransmitter acetylcholi ... kilter. My brain needed to regulate the amount of dopamine being released, but it couldn't regulate nicotine ... created another problem for me. As the effects of dopamine wore off. I was left with a fight or flight feeling ... turn down it's own sensitivity to naturally release dopamine . Once again desensitizing me and impacting my mood...

  10. Believing in The Cigarette 23rd October 2007
    ... depression. Sure, I can say that smoking releases dopamine , BUT that is only part of the story. Being the amazing ... machine that it is. My brain needed to regulate how much dopamine was being released. It couldn't regulate nicotine ... but to turn down it's own sensitivity to releasing dopamine . My own natural neurotransmitters were being hijacked...

  11. started chantix today - impressed 18th October 2007
    ... maybe simply my brain going through a period of low dopamine production and hence an ensuing sense of depression...

  12. Chantix makes me sick and tired all the time! 15th October 2007
    ... while on chantix (but because it release 60% of the dopamine that nicotine would, you dont feel as bad as if you...

  13. Went back on patch 7th August 2007
    ... Adrenaline has a similar effect on our brains as dopamine with cigarettes. Easier said than done, I know, but...

  14. Want 2 quit but can't 5th August 2007
    ... smoking. It feeds your brain the same "happy stuff" ( dopamine ) a cigarette would have so that quitting is really...

  15. new quit day today! 29th July 2007
    ... have physical symptoms but mood symptoms due to the dopamine . I also have other stresses in my life. It is...

  16. On ChAnTiX--Day 5....Being Positive 6th July 2007
    ... tooth and nail because it's not getting a smoke. The dopamine from the Chantix is helping some, yes, but your brain...

  17. electrical/tingling feeling in body 10 days after quitting 27th April 2007
    ... seeing a neurologist now who is going to start me on dopamine agonist drugs (possible RLS) We might try a nicotine...
    ... seeing a neurologist now who is going to start me on dopamine agonist drugs (possible RLS) We might try a nicotine...

  18. TrueBrit: Question for ya 23rd April 2007
    ... had a chat with my GP who reckons some people suffer dopamine depression when quitting and it is in fact the most ... Coming off Chantix is a bit like quitting as far a dopamine is concerned and my GPs advice is to try to hang on...

  19. New Roll Call 18th April 2007
    ... really helped me in my quit. It helped to read that my dopamine levels have dropped way down since quitting and we...
    ... really helped me in my quit. It helped to read that my dopamine levels have dropped way down since quitting and we...

  20. Depressed after quitting 17th April 2007
    ... looking forward to months of being depressed until the dopamine levels work themselves out! My therapist did...

  21. Rough Week 12th April 2007
    ... didn't know it was possible to feel so down. It's a dopamine thing I think which was worst just after reducing...

  22. Nicotine Addiction - An Explanation 6th April 2007
    ... brain called reward centers activate by releasing dopamine . The presence of dopamine is what causes the pleasurable ... the “ahhh”. Smoking causes an increase in the dopamine levels. The actual mechanism is debated, but MRI ... the increase occurs. As you continue to smoke, the dopamine levels remain high and the brain starts shutting down ... causes the smoker to require more, which raises the dopamine levels, which causes the brain to shut down even more ... balance has been reached. The nicotine has raised dopamine levels and the brain has shut down reward centers ... pleasure, but simply maintains “normal”. When the dopamine level begins to drop (30 – 60 minutes after the last ... need” and has another fix which re-establishes the dopamine levels. When the smoker quits the levels of nicotine ... fall rapidly, as do the dopamine levels. After three to five days the nicotine is ... as quickly. Without the constant smoking stimulus, dopamine levels are far below where they were. Since reward ... long ago shut down to compensate for the increased dopamine levels caused by smoking, the (now) ex-smoker is operating ... anymore. In reality, they do cause an increase in dopamine levels, but with so many reward centers deactivated...
    ... the nicotine patches/gum and whether this keeps the dopamine level up like when we are smoking? Hmmmm..... ...
    ... does put nicotine back in the body and keeps the dopamine level up like when we are smoking. Sad, but true...

  23. My first quit day!!! 5th April 2007
    ... different part of the brain to release a chemical called dopamine . Dopamine gives a feeling of pleasure. But it only...

  24. Chantix and alcohol 2nd April 2007
    ... general. Similar to the way Chantix interferes with the dopamine levels produced by nicotine. My doc convinced me to...

  25. What is wrong with me? Strange side-effects, or? 22nd March 2007
    ... worth it. Chantix also makes "adjustments" to your dopamine levels while you are on it. It mentions this in the ... like when you quit Chantix, it takes time for your dopamine levels to normalize. (Kind of like walking on land...

  26. Caffeine - Coffee - Warning 21st March 2007
    ... how the mechanics of Chantix work, stewing with our dopamine release and reception in the brain to block off the...

  27. depression after quitting? 12th March 2007
    ... When you smoke/chew, the nicotine causes dopamine to be released – this gives you the “feel good” sensation...

  28. Falling out of the Quitters Wagon!!! 11th March 2007
    ... myself off the chantix - it's replacing some of the dopamine that nicotine used to "create" - our bodies don't...

  29. Eat Chocolate 6th March 2007
    ... eat each quarter. It's a brilliant idea because the dopamine fix goes on and on and the portion is so small you...

  30. Just started Day 1 of Chantix 4th March 2007
    ... when I drank) I guess since we are not getting the dopamine levels we were used to, the appeal was lost. The actual...

  31. Chantix: What comes next? 26th February 2007
    ... it. I learned about Serotonin, Norepinephrine, and Dopamine when I was going through a substance abuse program...
    ... experience over the past year. For some people, the dopamine levels just take longer to stabilize. Rest assured...
    ... it. I learned about Serotonin, Norepinephrine, and Dopamine when I was going through a substance abuse program...

  32. What is in this pill?! 22nd February 2007
    ... wondering if the pill causes the brain to create/release dopamine in small doses? I looked at the chantix website,...
    ... receptors in your brain and stimulates the mesolimbic dopamine system. (Don't ask me to explain mesolimbic though...

  33. Chantix and Chemical Depression...Do they mix? Help! 15th February 2007
    ... quit smoking, have a Rx filled for Chantix, but I am dopamine starved, which is the reason I take Cymbalta, Effexor ... and Gabapentic(Neurontin). Will Chantix affect my dopamine receptors, and produce a more increased depression...
    ... quit smoking, have a Rx filled for Chantix, but I am dopamine starved, which is the reason I take Cymbalta, Effexor ... and Gabapentic(Neurontin). Will Chantix affect my dopamine receptors, and produce a more increased depression...

  34. Stopping smoking with St.John Wort and Selegiline 12th May 2004
    ... 163(2):213-20 Abstract RATIONALE. Changes in dopamine level are thought to play an important role in both ... symptoms during abstinence. Medications that modulate dopamine levels may have beneficial effects on both withdrawal ... These results are consistent with an important role of dopamine in smoking behavior and abstinence. They suggest that...

  35. New Here....on day #5...need interaction! 12th March 2004
    ... desire and makes them taste good. It causes a rush of dopamine to your neurotransmiter in your brain and that tells...

  36. Weight Gain Issues related to stopping smoking 10th December 2003
    ... want to eat is because nicotine makes you produce dopamine in your brain. This is what makes you get hooked ... seem to be some natural things that increase your dopamine . If you put any of these things into Google with ... the word dopamine , you should be able to find more info. I bet these...

  37. NEED to quit.....can I do it w/out pills?? 10th December 2003

  38. Wellbutrin and Zyban 7th October 2003
    ... mediated by its capacity to block neural re-uptake of dopamine and/or norepinephrine. It is contraindicated in patients...

  39. smoke away 5th October 2003
    ... mediated by its capacity to block neural re-uptake of dopamine and/or norepinephrine. It is contraindicated in patients...

  40. Interesting Fact About Cigarettes 29th April 2003
    ... smoking. There is a chemical in cigs that "resets" the dopamine our brain. (dopamine is usually released when we experience...

  41. I want to quit smoking................ 20th March 2003
    ... mediated by its capacity to block neural re-uptake of dopamine and/or norepinephrine. It is contraindicated in patients...

  42. The Secret to Quitting Smoking - your MIND - willpower 16th June 2001
    ... that a link exists between smoking behavior and the dopamine transporter gene (SLC6A3-9). In their study of 289...

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