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Old 06-04-2012, 09:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cocaine causing increased sexual desires and uncontrollable sex drive.

Hey guys,

We are men. Human nature for us is to think about sex quite often. I am not sure what he scientific numbers are, but men think about sex many times throughout the day.

For those of you who have done cocaine before, you understand what it does to our sexual drive. Porn, phone sex, hookers, chronic masturbation. They all come into play when we are under the influence of this drug.

Do you guys ever feel that you have no control over your sex drive when you are under the influence of cocaine? When I am sober I can think about sex, but I don't think about calling some sex line or watching porn for hours. Or hopping in my car driving the streets looking for a hooker to give me a blow job.

But once I am on this drug, I have no control over my sex drive. I'll go weeks without doing the drug, but then I will fall of the wagon once in a while and once that happens, I turn into someone totally different than who I am on a day to day basis.

Your thoughts on this? Please share your experiences as well. We are all here to listen and help one another, so don't feel ashamed.
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Old 06-04-2012, 10:50 AM   #2 (permalink)
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What does discussing this have to do with getting better? Cocaine is a stimulant. What do you expect to happen? This discussion is pointless for any type of recovery.
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Old 06-04-2012, 11:03 AM   #3 (permalink)
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What does discussing this have to do with getting better? Cocaine is a stimulant. What do you expect to happen? This discussion is pointless for any type of recovery.
So you are saying that stimulants can cause people to obsess over sex and pleasuring themselves? That is normal?
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Old 06-05-2012, 02:32 PM   #4 (permalink)
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The first step in Narcotics Anonymous reads:

We admitted that we were powerless over our addiction, that our lives had become unmanageable.

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For those of you who have done cocaine before, you understand what it does to our sexual drive. Porn, phone sex, hookers, chronic masturbation. They all come into play when we are under the influence of this drug.
You are describing the "unmanageable" part.
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Hi Aquarius

Never done coke, but I can identify with drug use and alcoholism turning me into someone I didn't want to be, and making me do things that disgusted me.

I stopped using drugs and alcohol, and I went back to being the man I wanted to be.

I think it really is that simple...not easy perhaps, but simple

What are you doing for your recovery?
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I hear what your saying. Did things work out?
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