No Desire to have Sex? It Might be Inhibited Sexual Desire!

Having the desire to have sex is normal. It’s also normal to not want it during some days. But if you feel that you have too low of a libido, it might be something called Inhibited Sexual Desire (ISD). ISD, or also known as hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), is defined as having low levels […]

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What’s a Refractory Period?

Refractory period is a person’s recovery time after an orgasm. During this period, sexual stimulation will have little to no effect and won’t result in any erections, orgasms or ejaculations. In terms of sexual response cycle, this is part of the resolution phase, where the body usually relaxes its muscles, heart rate, breathing, and the […]

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Multiple Orgasms in Men? Yes, It’s Possible!

If you think penile orgasm and ejaculation are one and the same, it’s high time you learn that that’s not the case. Orgasm is the sensation that happens between two to seven seconds before ejaculation. Ejaculation is the release of semen and the setting of the body into rest or recovery mode aka refractory period. And […]

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