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Michael Mooney
One of the foremost experts on diet, hormones and supplements and a long-time exercise enthusiast. Michael Mooney is also the co-author of "Built To Survive", a book about medical options for people with HIV.
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Dostinex And Sex Drive

Q. Is there a supplement stack that can improve my sex drive? Does anything work?

A. When I’m asked how guys can improve their sex lives, one easy answer comes to mind: Give us the ability to have multiple orgasms in quick succession. Whoa! Come again? You heard me, guys. If a guy doesn’t have erectile dysfunction (ED), and everything’s working right, the only problem I see was clearly shown in a study of 60 healthy horndogs aged 22 to 31. After their orgasms, the guys in the study needed an average break of 19 minutes before they could go at it again. That’s because once you have an orgasm, there’s an increase in the production of a hormone called prolactin that turns you off, maybe even putting you to sleep. That’s when a drug called cabergoline (brand name Dostinex) comes to the rescue. Cabergoline does two things that can help you be a man with multiple better orgasms: It turns up dopamine, the “feel-good” neurotransmitter, while it turns down prolactin. So that 19-minute break turns into just a couple of minutes before you’re ready to go again. Oh, a third thing it does is cause an increase in testosterone. Just to add fuel to the fire. Studies show that, with cabergoline, the quality and intensity of sex drive, arousal, and orgasm are all boosted to the max. Everything just feels better. And all it takes is one 0.5-milligram cabergoline tablet twice a week.