- How does orgasm affect your side effects: Does it make them better, worse or has no effect?
Has changed at different points in time but the effect is usually dependent on factors. My mood going into orgasm, the level of build-up to orgasm, my level of exercise as of late, and how long since last orgasm all seem to have an effect on whether my sides get better or worse. I guess the trend for me has overall been that things improve if I don’t overdo the number of orgasms in a short span of time.
2. If you have an effect, which side effects are most affected?
Sometimes I feel much better the day after an orgasm (or even as early as a few hours after orgasm), while the opposite was almost always true a year or so ago. The more I do it the more my body tends to feel burned out and I generally feel worsened brain fog, depression, and generally lower energy levels. However, one or two timely orgasms can do the opposite. Patterns are not always clear.
And I have almost always experienced mild pain in my ankles (which I sprained right at the time of my initial crash) after an orgasm. This is sometimes accompanied by a very mild sore throat. Both of things subside in a few hours, but it has just always been peculiar to me.
3. If you have an effect, when does it start and how long does it last?
All of these questions are difficult for me to answer since the patterns are not always the same, but this one in particular is nearly impossible. I will say I have always felt something mentally after an orgasm, post-fin. I can literally feel the chemical reaction in my head (which dulls me slightly, initially) immediately after orgasm. Something I never noticed before finasteride.
***I realized after answering these questions that I might not have answered them very well… hopefully some sense can be made of it… lol