Can men have multiple orgasms?

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Can men have multiple orgasms?

Many individuals know, when you talk about sexual intercourse, that it is possible for women to have multiple orgasms whilst males are only able to have one. Is this true and if it is true, what is the cause?

Men tend to have longer refractory periods than women. A refractory period is the period after climax where sexual stimulation is limited.

Most studies published on hormones after a sexual climax indicate that prolactin is the hormone to blame since it increases post orgasm, especially so in male. Whilst this data is mainly implying a correlation, some assume prolactin is the cause (more data is needed before this is fact).

Each person has various lengths of a refractory period and this depends on the amount of prolactin released after an orgasm. Therefore, the more prolactin released after an orgasm, the longer the refractory period. Therefore, to have multiple orgasms without a refractory period, prolactin levels would have to be low post-orgasm.

Is it possible for men to have multiple orgasms?
There are anecdotal reports of individuals with no refractory periods so the answer would be yes if you are one of these individuals. Otherwise, you will not be able to have multiple orgasms.

Is it possible to lower prolactin levels?
Whilst this should never be attempted without a doctor’s advice, it is possible, with pharmacological intervention, to decrease prolactin levels. Cabergoline (Dostinex) is an example of a drug capable of reducing prolactin levels. Anecdotal reports of individuals illegally using Cabergoline to have multiple orgasms can be found online. Cabergoline does appear to allow males to have a shorter or absent refractory period, thus resulting in multiple orgasms. Natural ways to lower your prolactin levels include the use of high dose Vitamin B6 and vitamin E.

Therefore, it is possible for men to have multiple orgasms, depending on the individuals and with the use of prolactin lowering drugs. If you have undesirably long refractory periods, consult your doctor or try natural ways to reduce prolactin.

DO NOT USE CABERGOLINE off script, it has many dangerous side effects.

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