People who do coke often say they have a higher sex drive, which makes sense ’cause it gives you a buzz with euphoria, confidence, and extra energy. But does coke make you last longer in bed?

In this article, we’ll go over the effects of cocaine use on the body, if it causes you to last longer in bed, or sexual dysfunction.

What Is Cocaine?

Cocaine or blow is a drug that people use for fun. It’s made from a plant called coca and it’s usually snorted, injected, or smoked.

When you use it, you might feel really good and energetic. It can cause serious health problems, including heart attacks, strokes, and overdoses. We’ll go over more details on how coke affects the body later.

Shagging on Blow: Does it make you last longer?

The truth is, there’s no real proof that coke makes you last longer in bed.

There’s a reason why some folks believe sex on coke is extra enjoyable – it gives you a rush with euphoria, heightened awareness, and heightened sensations so sexual stimulation feels great. Plus, it makes you feel full of energy and confidence. With that added sex drive, people are more likely to get down and dirty.

People who do coke say that sex lasts longer and orgasms are more intense… Although these positive effects wear off just as fast as the coke high, there are a lot of negative consequences that come with mixing coke and sex. In the next section, we’ll discuss how cocaine affects the body.

Sexual Desire

When you use coke, you might feel like a superhero – super strong, sexual desire is off the charts or hornier than ever, and ready to take on the world in the bedroom. You might feel more confident and aggressive and be able to go for longer during sex.

Your senses might feel heightened, making every touch feel amazing and your sexual pleasure and orgasms stronger. But, beware – as your inhibitions lower, you might be more likely to make risky decisions in the bedroom, like having unprotected sex.

Of course, unsafe sex can have the negative consequence of a higher risk of diseases and unwanted pregnancy. So, just keep that in mind.

Cocaine has been shown to increase sexual desires –in the short term. Despite being a popular party drug, it can lower how much to you want sex and make it harder to get turned on.

Plus, it can cause sexual dysfunction or erectile problems for guys (more on coke dick later) and decrease pleasure for both people involved.

Using cocaine regularly can also lead to worse sexual performance and an inability to satisfy sexual desire. And let’s not forget the added risk of dangerous sexual behavior, like unprotected sex and getting sexually transmitted infections (STIs) or diseases.

Premature ejaculation

Yeah, using coke can definitely make you come too quickly. It’s a stimulant that messes with your central nervous system, ramping up arousal and making it harder to control when you ejaculate. And it can also cause problems with getting hard and losing interest in sex, leading to premature ejaculation. Just keep in mind that everyone reacts differently to coke, and it can depend on how much and how often you use it.

Erectile dysfunction

Once you do coke, it makes your penile blood vessels squeeze tight, called vasoconstriction. The problem is, this means less blood flow in your penis, making it harder to get hard. And, yeah, it can mess with your climax, both in the short term and long term.

So, cocaine and sexual intercourse? Not a good combo. This party drug speeds up your heart rate and messes with blood flow, which can damage the blood vessels and nerves in your penis over time. Cocaine can also mess with hormones and brain chemicals important for sexual function.

So, if you’re struggling with ED and you’ve used cocaine, it might be a contributing factor. It’s always best to steer clear of drugs like cocaine, but if you’re already experiencing ED, it’s worth talking to a doctor to see what’s happening and how to regain your healthy erection. They can help you figure out the cause and get you back to your best sexual self.

Addiction/Drug Abuse

Cocaine is incredibly addictive and can make you crave the drug and struggle to control your use. Here’s the deal with cocaine – it sends your brain into overdrive by boosting certain chemicals like dopamine (that makes you feel good). At first, it’ll give you a quick and intense high, but then it’ll disappear fast and leave you feeling drained and wanting more.

The more you use it, the more your brain changes and it’ll be harder for you to enjoy other things like you used to. And the more you use it, the higher your risk of getting addicted.

How Does Coke Affect The Body?

Cocaine is a dangerous stimulant drug that can seriously mess with your body. Here’s a breakdown of the effects of cocaine on the body:

Heart health

Coke speeds up your heartbeat and jacks up your blood pressure, which is really tough on your heart. This can lead to major heart problems, like heart attacks and strokes, and even sudden death. If you use coke regularly, you’re putting yourself at a higher risk for heart issues. And, if you already have a heart condition, the risks are even greater.

So, if you’re using coke or thinking about it, it’s important to know that it’s not just risky, it’s super dangerous for your heart.

Nervous system

Cocaine uses messes with your nervous system, acting as a super strong stimulant to your brain and central nervous system. It makes you feel euphoric and pumped up by increasing certain brain chemicals, like dopamine and norepinephrine, while also blocking their removal. This leads to a build-up of these chemicals and can cause your nerves to get overstimulated, leading to anxiety, paranoia, and even seizures. And, if you keep using coke, it can damage your nerves and neurotransmitter systems, which can have long-lasting effects on your brain and behavior. This can lead to mood swings, memory problems, trouble paying attention, and a higher risk of developing mental health issues like depression and addiction.

Mental state

Cocaine use can have a significant impact on one’s mental state and overall well-being. Regular use of the drug can lead to mood swings, with periods of cocaine euphoria followed by feelings of depression, irritability, and anxiety. In some cases, cocaine use can also cause temporary insanity, with symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, and paranoia.

Additionally, cocaine can worsen existing mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. It can also increase the risk of developing new mental health problems, such as addiction, psychosis, and cognitive decline.

The long-term effects of cocaine use on the brain can also affect memory, attention, decision-making abilities, and overall mental functioning. Chronic cocaine use has been linked to problems with impulse control, attention, and sexual functioning,


Individuals struggling with cocaine use should be cautious as doing too much can seriously harm their physical and mental health. Long-term contain puts you at an increased risk for many health problems. Cocaine is a potent stimulant drug that quickly increases levels of certain chemicals in the brain, creating a short-lived, intense high.

Dr. Hamza Azam

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