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ENGLISH Chemsex SEX ON COKE While everyone knows that cocaine can turn your willy into a shrunken head, the magical white powder remains a popular chemsex drug. A little reminder of what it does to you and why you can invest your money differently: After the high comes the low Euphoria and increased awareness, plus increased sensory stimulation: At first, it sounds like sex on cocaine would be very pleasant. You’ll have more energy, self-confidence and an increased sex drive. And how many times have you heard that cocaine sex lasts longer and orgasms are more intense? Problem is, the positive symptoms tend to wear off as quickly as the effects of cocaine, and there are a number of negative consequences related to cocaine use and sex. Alcohol poisoning Those who do coke can also drink. Properly! Cocaine also numbs the feeling of drunkenness. You‘re so excited that you don‘t necessarily notice that you‘ve already consumed the second bottle of Prosecco. Especially when it gets sociable, the lines are being passed around swiftly and the fridge is full of beer and liquor. You can overdose very quickly. Both on booze and coke. A bad hangover sounds then infinitely more desirable when you are in hospital and your stomach has to be pumped. Rough sex Cocaine numbs the body and relieves pain. This can be dangerous when combined with sexual activity. A person may not even realize that they are being too brutal because of the analgesic nature of cocaine. Rough sex can increase the chances of contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs), especially without a condom, through a condom that breaks, if one of the delicate membranes ruptures and blood or other body fluids are involved. Aggressive behaviour Unser Team Infektiologie Ärzteforum Seestrasse Priv. Doz. Dr. med. Wolfgang Schmidt Dr. med. Anja-Sophie Krauss Dr. med. Marcos Rust Dr. med. Luca Schifignano Dr. med. Luca Stein Dr. med. Christian Träder Iris Wunsch Teruel Medizinisches Versorgungszentrum Schwerpunktpraxis für HIV/AIDS, Infektiologie, Hepatologie, Suchtmedizin, Hausärztliche Versorgung Infektiologie Ärzteforum Seestrasse Seestraße 64 (Eingang: Oudenarder Straße) 13347 Berlin Tel.: 030 . 455 095 - 0 Fax: 030 . 455 095 - 22 Making stupid decisions Impulsiveness is one of the effects of cocaine. Many surveys have shown that while high, one is less likely to use a condom than people who do not - unless the condom is readily available. In addition, high cocaine levels over a period of time can make a person unable to satisfy their drug-induced sexual desires. You’re more likely to have unsafe sex and sex with multiple partners over a short period of time in order to increase the kick and in order to be able to live out this hypersexuality. Sexual assault Obtaining consent, or obtaining perceived consent, can be an issue when a person is under the influence of cocaine. The impulsiveness and sexual desire associated with cocaine use can cloud the judgment of the person seeking sexual activity. If both individuals use cocaine a lot, sex can also be considered illegal under the law. This is because neither party can actually consent to intercourse while under the influence of drugs. You don‘t want to be a perpetrator or a victim! While coke increases sex drive, it often leads to sexual dysfunction. Many men find it difficult to get and keep an erection while women struggle with lubrication and achieving orgasm. This discrepancy between desire and function can lead to extreme frustration on one or both parties, and individuals may engage in aggressive behaviors they would not otherwise. (ts,sw) Regular drug use combined with sex can indicate an addiction problem. Your local drug counselling center will be able to help you. Aufnahmekoordination/ Beratung Ariane Hübner Tel. 030 130 20 8603 werktags 9 –15 Uhr WECLEANYOU Hartmut-Spittler-Fachklinik in Berlin-Schöneberg Entwöhnung von Alkohol, illegalen Drogen und Medikamenten Wir sind rund um die Uhr für Sie da. Ihr Weg zu uns Hartmut-Spittler-Fachklinik am Vivantes Auguste-Viktoria-Klinikum Rubensstraße 125 | 12157 Berlin Kontakttelefon Tel. 030 130 20 8600 Für Fragen rund um die Entwöhnung und Vereinbarung von Vorgesprächen können Sie uns auch schreiben an © Innovated Captures - 100 CHECK | AUSGABE 3 CHECK | AUSGABE 3 101

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