Couple quick questions I have. I am 22 so I am still young and my sex drive isn't like what it used to be. There are several reasons for this which I will briefly discuss but also my Penis size isn't as erect or big as it would be before most the time. Ok, so I used to smoke weed and when I used to smoke weed I realized I couldn't cum as much and my cum was watery. I stopped smoking and haven't smoked for a month and my cum is better but it still isn't like it was before. I am not horny as much as I used to before. I smoked for a while so I know that smoking weed could have impacted it because when I would smoke weed i'd realize I couldn't cum like I used to or be as horny. It really decreased my sex drive. Also, my penis size when I have sex (different positions the size is different, like when I am missionary I am not as erect as other positions) but not only is my penis size not constantly as big as it was (7 inches) I don't really precum like I used to as much. Also, my thickness (which is thick)is still thick but I just noticed the length. I have taken tests for testerone level and the doctor said it is still on the normal side but because of my smoking it is on the lower-normal side and things have gotten better since I stopped smoking but I want to do everything I can do for things to be the same level as it was before. Like when I have sex, I can't go 2 times in a row until taking a break for a little bit unlike I was before...thanks!
Not Like Before...
Well firstly, marijuana contains a chemical, I think THS? I'm not sure its initials or what it is called, but it can stay in the system longer then a month, so give it time. Length and girth depend on your mood, room temperature, those sorts of things. However I have heard of cases that the genitals have shrunken while smoking, thus could have effected your sperm.
Pre-cum isnt always going to stay, or never goign to happen, its not a sure thing. If a person pre-cum's once, it doesnt mean it will happen everytime for the rest of their lives. And the part abotu going twice in a row, most men can't do that. And that is also attributed to sex drive. Also sex drive 'usually' starts to lower as you get older, thus you can't last as long. however I don't see that happenign here as you are still very young.
the chemical is THC google it if your want info on other side effects it can cause, but the poster above is correct as far as i am aware.
22 isn't old, but it is old enough to lose some of the party tricks you have when you are going through puberty.
Pre-cum tends to happen when you are really turned on. At 15, you are turned on all day and a bit of prolonged anticipation (eg a movie or a car journey) is about all it takes to get the juices oozing. Also, a single orgasm is no match for the rampant horniness of a pubescent boy - hence it is easy for a younger man to get it up for a second or third time when faced with a cute naked chick.
As the hormones settle down, you will also settle into 'normal' human behaviour - ie, occasional pre-cum, and a recovery period between sex sessions.
Marijuana is bad, mmmkay - no really, it is. It does nasty things to your lungs, your heart and your brain. You need all of those for sex. It isn't the same 'innocent' pot your parents smoked. These days it is usually genetically mutated into this stinky purple crap on steroids that can stun a horse at 20 yards. Don't put that in your body. Instead of trying to numb your intelligence, find something for it to do.
At 22 I doubt you've been permanently harmed by it, but it would depend on how much you smoked (and what was in it). If you can stay away from it, and get physically fit, you should get most of your groove back.
I understand what everyone is saying but how come i'm not as big as I was before? There is something that impacted me. I am still big but not like how I would always be length wise.
Also, does working out -weight lifting(not playing basketball or cardio) build testerone. I just want to make sure things are pefect and I quit smoking weed.
THC is short for TetraHydroCannabinol.Originally Posted By: WikipediaIts pharmacological actions are the result of its binding to the cannabinoid receptor CB1, located in the brain. The presence of these specialized receptors in the brain implied to researchers that endogenous cannabinoids were manufactured by the body, so the search began for a substance normally manufactured in the brain that binds to these receptors, the so-called natural ligand or agonist, leading to the eventual discovery of anandamide, 2 arachidonyl glyceride (2-AG) and other related compounds. This story resembles the discovery of the endogenous opiates (endorphins, enkephalins, and dynorphin), after the realization that morphine and other opiates bound to specific receptors in the brain.
THC has analgesic effects that, even at low doses, cause a "high", and cannabis was once commonly used to treat pain. Other effects include: relaxation; euphoria; altered space-time perception; alteration of visual, auditory, and olfactory senses; disorientation; fatigue; and appetite stimulation. It also has anti-emetic properties, and also may reduce aggression in certain subjects.
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