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Better romance for Men: Are Multiple O’s Possible?

Author: John Dugan
by John Dugan
Posted: Nov 18, 2019

The subject of Multiple O’s in women frequently arises, and many is the man who has felt that he could have even better romance if only he also had that capability. (Of course, many men also generally have an easier time reaching a single O than many women, which definitely is an advantage for guys.) But are multiple O’s truly something that only women can ever achieve? And what kind of manhood care is needed to make them possible?


Why is this subject even being brought up? Well, because back in April of 2016, a paper appeared in the medical journal "Sensual Medicine Reviews" that focuses on this very topic. Entitled "Multiple O’s in Men – What We Know So Far," the study in this peer-reviewed journal is what is known as a "literature review" – that is, the scientists look at what papers have already been published on this subject in peer-reviewed journals and synthesize the information available.

Not surprisingly, there has not been a lot of scientific research in the area of male multiple O’s. The authors of the paper were able to locate only 15 relevant studies for their review.

How common?

Interestingly, however, the studies that exist indicate that, while uncommon, male multiple O’s may not be quite as rare as one might think. The authors of the study estimate that less than 10% of men in their twenties and less than 7% of men aged 30 or older have ever experienced Multiple O’s.

The researchers identified two kinds of male multiple O’s:

  • Sporadic multi-o’s, in which a man experienced multiple O’s that were several minutes apart, and
  • Condensed multi-o’s, in which a man experienced 2-4 Os within a period of a few seconds to two minutes.

What causes them?

As mentioned, there isn’t a great deal of data, so determining why some men may sometimes be capable of multiple O’s is difficult if not impossible at this point.

That said, the studies do seem to indicate that a hormone called prolactin may be part of the reason that some men are multi-O-capable. Prolactin, which is also called luteotropin, comes from the pituitary gland and is more commonly known for the role it plays in enabling female mammals to produce milk. But both genders produce prolactin, and it turns out that after an O, a man’s prolactin levels typically rise dramatically.

So one theory is that men who have the ability to experience multiple O’s may produce less prolactin after their first O.

Future studies

Whether prolactin can definitively be determined to play a major role in male multiple O’s will depend on whether further studies will be conducted. Even if they are conducted and determine a definite link, it may be difficult to develop prolactin treatments that can safely be used simply to provide men with the chance to O multiple times. But if such a therapy becomes available, this may result in some soreness from men who continue to get in on past the initial single O.

Slight soreness, of course, can be dealt with and would be a small price for some men to pay for Multiple O’s and the possibly even better romance that might produce. But whether singly or in multiples, men definitely need to apply a first rare manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) daily to help maintain an adequate level of manhood health. Frequent, rough or over-extended play often results in de-sensitization of the manhood, which has a negative effect on pleasure. Using a crème with neuroprotective acetyl L carnitine can aid in treating the peripheral nerve damage that causes loss of sensation. The healthy man wants the crème to also contain vitamin C, for its role in collagen production and male organ skin elasticity.

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