Cocaine And Its Influence On A Person’s Sex Drive
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Cocaine is renowned for its addictive nature. But it also has the common side effect of being an aphrodisiac. Sex on cocaine drug is supposedly more fulfilling due to the euphoria felt when taking the drug. Users may feel more confident and free to express themselves, meaning they enjoy themselves more. Furthermore, the drug is a stimulant. This means users acquire a ‘cocaine sex drive’, where they feel energized and desire this kind of intimacy far more than usual. So what are the features of sex on cocaine?
Table of contents
- The Features of Sex on Cocaine
- Does Cocaine Cause Sex Male Problems?
- Does Cocaine Cause Sex Female Problems?
The Features of Sex on Cocaine
As a stimulant, cocaine has quite a large influence on sex. It gives users a surge of awareness and increased sensory awareness. This makes sex more pleasurable.
Having sex on cocaine also has many other features that could be regarded as positive, such as:
- Euphoric feeling
- Increased confidence
- Increased awareness and sensory awareness
- Increased focus
- Increased energy
- Increased desire and sex drive
Does Cocaine Cause Sex Male Problems?
Cocaine and the sex drive may be a pleasant mix in the short term, increasing pleasure and energizing the user. However, in the long term, they can bring a lot of side effects on the male health.
Cocaine use in the long term has been linked with erectile dysfunction and a lower sperm count. Although this will cause clear physical issues, it may also affect the user psychologically. In addition to the drug causing erection issues, it can also encourage the practice of unsafe sex. This can lead to both unwanted pregnancy and the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. According to Sex Info Online, the stimulant impairs immune cell function, so users are more exposed to diseases as the body can defend against them. It also promotes replication of HIV and enhances its effects.
In addition to the physical health problems the drug creates, it can also make users engage in the activity they wouldn’t normally consider. Activity such as sexual assault, theft, and rape have all been linked with cocaine use.
Does Cocaine Cause Sex Female Problems?
Taking cocaine for sex and pleasure is also common with women. Similarly to with men, the drug creates a ‘cocaine sex drive’, which makes the act more pleasurable. Despite this, it is equally dangerous. Cocaine use can cause some sexual health problems for women. Just like with men it can impair judgment and encourage the practice of unsafe sex, which in turn spreads sexually transmitted diseases and creates an undesired pregnancy.
The stimulant can also have adverse effects on fertility. Cocaine alters the menstrual cycle of a woman and can ultimately stop ovulation. Furthermore, it damages the fallopian tubes. This can make pregnancy an impossibility. In addition to all that, the drug can also permanently affect delicate hormonal balances which can create permanent low moods, lower sex drive and make conception less likely.
Cocaine use during pregnancy can lead to more gruesomely adverse effects. According to Sex Info Online, the substance is linked with premature delivery, maternal migraines, seizures and placental abruption. This can cause the child to be stillborn or born with health issues.
Furthermore, the drug exacerbates the cardiovascular changes during pregnancy. This can lead to severe problems with the child’s delivery and in extreme circumstances, miscarriage.
The substance can also cause both physical and cognitive developmental issues in a child. They may be born smaller than average and in later life struggle with memory and recollection.
Cocaine – Dealing With Addiction
Addiction to cocaine can have severe effects on your long-term sex life, so it is important to rid yourself of the addiction before it gets any worse.
Dealing with addiction can be a challenge so you should always ensure you get the right treatment for you. However, even with the right treatment, you will need to be in a positive mindset and be ready to deal with all the withdrawal symptoms the drug will throw at you. It will always be difficult to overcome a cocaine addiction, but with the support of family, friends and the right treatment, you can prevent all the gruesome, negative health effects getting any worse.
Getting help for cocaine abuse could be vital in helping both your physical and psychological health. It could also prevent you making any rash judgments and poor decisions. To get help for the stimulant abuse, you should visit a medical professional. For further information on where to get help or the most suitable treatment program for you, call our hotline at (888)-459-5511.
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