I just started using mojo about a week and a half ago and I was curious on how long it took for everyone to see any noticeable progress? I feel like it’s opening up my eyes to a lot of potential issues and I appreciate the exercises and daily things. I know it’s a process but I’m just looking for a consensus on what to expect.
I’d say dont expect linear progress. Some things will work well, others will feel really weird. But the lessons are good and reassuring when stuff feels weird as getting comfortable with the weirdness is part of the journey from what I can tell. Best wishes for the programme - hope it works for you. I’m in phase 4 FYI.
I worry about the pelvic floor exercises because it’s not clear in what circumstances it can make things worse, because I believe it can? Not enough guidance. So I’m skipping them and maybe losing out.
It seems to me that if your pelvic floor were super tight, you’d probably know it. Therefore, I’m doing the exercises.
One thing I’ve noticed is that they were hard when I first started but after doing a couple rounds it is much easier.
I am cautious, but amazed at my initial results. I have been able to maintain multiple strong erections and allow them to wain and return during partnered sex play after just a week and a half. I know this must be a placebo affect to at least some degree, but it is incredibly encouraging. I’m all in.
I agree with @absolute-copper-llama. Progress is going to look different for everyone and may largely depend on how deep your issues are? I think I’m in the deep end of the pool in terms of causes and duration of the problem, so I don’t expect “results” to come soon for myself, but enjoy any signs of progress. It may require a lot of patience and letting go of expectations as this whole thing seems to hinge on that in many ways.
I’m at phase 5 after almost 2 months and probably i managed to figure the source of my problem, although based on the descriptions it can take up weeks or months of practicing to get back to normal. I’m not sure that all excersises help me to achive my goal but i’m sure they don’t hurt. I recommend you to do the excersices and be patient. Give it enough time because these kind of problems usually develop for months/years, so you cannot expect it to go away in a couple of days/weeks.
I’m currently in phase 4 and following Mojo religiously. I’m also talking with a sex therapist about my ED and PE issues and she got me tested and identified that I have low testosterone levels. I’ve refrained from porn for over a month and masturbation for two weeks. My wife is visiting her parents for vacation and it was alright mostly before that, better than before. But before she left the sex fell off again and I experienced PE. Kinda in a dilemma here about what my next steps ought to be beside following the routine. Any ideas?
Very encouraging results so far. Just stay patient and stay with it, just relax
I started getting my erections back in 3 days. I knew I had some psychological issues and back to back bad performances. The inner critic chapter was enough. Soft penis pleasuring exercise was also helpful. I avoid watching porn in general. After using mojo, I had a wet dream after so many years. I was digested but also relaxed that it worked. Currently I’m at phase 3 and learning more.
I’ve been with Mojo about 2 to 3 months. I’ve learnt a lot and feel more informed and relaxed. I can feel things more are in perspective now. And, crucially, it feels that there’s Hope about this being temporary- and that it’s ok for arousal to fluctuate. Especially at different stages of our lives.
Has it made a tangible difference in bed yet? Well, it hasn’t got worse, and there have been some good times along the way, so I’m taking that as a positive sign and will continue. I feel a lot better in myself and have a new confidence that sexual performance doesn’t entirely define me, while still hoping for those towering and long lasting erecting to return.
For now, I’m content to test this as a pleasurable journey and see what happens. Good luck to you as well.
It’s too easy to say everyone is different but it is really true. I felt an impact and progress after completing a couple of the phases.
Mentally it felt like I was taking ownership and not letting my issue control me, I was starting to wrestle back control.
It seems promising. I’m still a bit skeptical as it’s individual journey but has anyone genuinely testify to this app?
@significant-peach-octopus I hope so! I wasn’t sure at first, either, and I’ve certainly not got worse - and definitely feel better about within myself. I’ve learnt a truck load and have started enjoying coming on here to listen and engage which seems to build my confidence that this is just a normal part of life. I left things too long, so have a lot of ground to cover but several times my partner has said she sees - and feels - a real difference, so that’s got to be a boost. Good luck in your own journey with this.
I have been on Mojo for less than a week. I love doing the exercises and the different meditations. I have noticed a new calmness lately. My problem also is that I came from a cheating ex spouse. That did a number on my head. So now I think a lot of women I’m dating are cheating on me. Have to stop my inner voice at times.