Comments for Neurotic Physiology http://scicurious.scientopia.org Just another Scientopia site Wed, 24 Sep 2014 14:43:39 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Rollin' rollin' rollin' by Scicurious http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2014/09/22/rollin-rollin-rollin/#comment-11455 Wed, 24 Sep 2014 14:43:39 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/?p=5068#comment-11455 Whoops yes. Sorry. I get a lot of those.

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Comment on Rollin' rollin' rollin' by Pascale http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2014/09/22/rollin-rollin-rollin/#comment-11454 Wed, 24 Sep 2014 14:40:59 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/?p=5068#comment-11454 Yeah, you may want to shut off comments here (see above)...

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Comment on Rollin' rollin' rollin' by potty theron http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2014/09/22/rollin-rollin-rollin/#comment-11453 Tue, 23 Sep 2014 13:16:13 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/?p=5068#comment-11453 good luck in the new place.!

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Comment on Friday Weird Science: Clomipramine, yawning, and...orgasm!? by Jules http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2011/11/25/friday-weird-science-clomipramine-yawning-and-orgasm/#comment-8682 Thu, 05 Jun 2014 13:27:17 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/?p=3084#comment-8682 I'm one of those people who experienced spontaneous orgasm on a tricyclic antidepressant when stretching and yawning. I was on Imipramine (Tofranil), a class behind clomipramine. I was on it for about three months back in 1983 to treat anxiety and depression.
It was really quite extraordinary because I usually have tremendous difficulty reaching orgasm. I discovered it a couple of weeks after starting on the drug. I got into bed with my partner and had a lovely stretch and a yawn, and felt this orgasm pass through me. I was surprised and intrigued. It took me a while to figure out that it was the stretching and yawning that triggered it, but then I had fun with it. It was like "Look, no hands." It seemed I had the capacity for multiple orgasms with no end. My partner and I both got a little alarmed and decided that I'd better not do it any more. We thought it must be a side effect of the medication and I may be doing nerve damage.
I told my doctor about it, but he didn't seem too concerned. I think he said "Enjoy it while it lasts".
It didn't last long. He soon lowered my dose and it stopped.
NOTE: If any doctor studying this phenomenon wishes to contact me, I am happy for the owner of this website to provide to them my email address. I think this subject deserves more study.
I will also mention that I incurred Pudendal nerve damage after a horse riding fall at the age of 7 or 8, with lingering paresthesia. I was 22 a the time I took Imipramine.

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Comment on Screw the sudafed: When your nose ain't great, masturbate! by Stuffy http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2008/09/19/screw-the-sudafed-when-your-nose-aint-great-masturbate/#comment-959 Wed, 04 Jun 2014 16:57:43 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/2008/09/19/screw-the-sudafed-when-your-nose-aint-great-masturbate/#comment-959 This is why I sneeze after an orgasm. My nose suddenly unstops and the hounds are loosed.

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Comment on Friday Weird Science: Do Your Balls Hang Low? by Panda http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2010/03/05/friday-weird-science-do-your-balls-hang-low/#comment-4739 Wed, 04 Jun 2014 12:21:56 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/2010/03/05/friday-weird-science-do-your-balls-hang-low/#comment-4739 They're hanging that far below because your body temperature exceeds the temperatures your (balls) must be at. So they need to refresh a little bit and that's why they decide to hang below so that they can take some fresh air.

see there as well http://medsreviews.net/forum/mens-health

Good luck.

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Comment on Screw the sudafed: When your nose ain't great, masturbate! by Digomiero http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2008/09/19/screw-the-sudafed-when-your-nose-aint-great-masturbate/#comment-958 Tue, 03 Jun 2014 22:39:23 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/2008/09/19/screw-the-sudafed-when-your-nose-aint-great-masturbate/#comment-958 People say that if advice was good, it would be sold, not given... but really, you are SO bad at giving advice that you should give people money to be allowed to give them...

Got a cold? Stop drinking water...

Maybe rolling naked on ice could help either...

What about licking the nose of someone with pneumonia?

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Comment on Cell Cycle p21, Depression, and Neurogenesis and in the Hippocampus by Anonymous http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2010/05/31/cell-cycle-p21-depression-and-neurogenesis-and-in-the-hippocampus/#comment-5391 Tue, 03 Jun 2014 07:05:51 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/2010/05/31/cell-cycle-p21-depression-and-neurogenesis-and-in-the-hippocampus/#comment-5391 Most simple but convincing explanation of the p21 gene as far as I have seen. I only have but one question. What will the (complete) removal of the p21 gene in the human body accomplish in medical progress?

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Comment on Friday Weird Science: The new cure for the hiccups? Rectal stimulation by THE NATION OF DECIMATION – WITH THE BAGMAN AND KNOB – Official FN Program (05-27-14) | Official FN Radio http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2011/01/28/friday-weird-science-the-new-cure-for-the-hiccups-rectal-stimulation/#comment-7107 Mon, 02 Jun 2014 13:34:40 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/?p=1838#comment-7107 […] http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/2011/01/28/friday-weird-science-the-new-cure-for-the-hiccups-… […]

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Comment on Back to Basics 4: Dopamine! by Video Games, Addiction and the Brain | Deakin SciCom 2014 http://scicurious.scientopia.org/2010/08/26/back-to-basics-4-dopamine/#comment-5923 Sun, 01 Jun 2014 12:26:52 +0000 http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/?p=926#comment-5923 […] 2010, ‘Back to Basics 4: Dopamine’, retrieved 26/5/2014, <http://scientopia.org/blogs/scicurious/2010/08/26/back-to-basics-4-dopamine/ […]

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