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« Reply #18850 on: 29/08/2013 17:17:38 »
I'm going to throw another weird symptom that I have that out and wondered by any chance someone has had it....I have a very limited time on the computer because the light from the screen either causes me to throw up or causes pain throughout my body or gives me a really bad headache....anyone??
 

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« Reply #18851 on: 29/08/2013 18:58:47 »
Mne better at 80%, Herman thank you
 

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« Reply #18852 on: 30/08/2013 10:42:48 »
It is a bit sad for me to see how this place has become so much a theater for personal attacks, slander, sarcasm, personal business promoting, racist generalizations and grammar corrections, while it is mainly supposed to offer support and knowledge to suffering people. That's frequent in communities, still sad nonetheless.
Confusion and division is the last thing people in this condition will benefit from. Everyone will take its own responsabilities: who writes, who reads, who judges.

As for me I'm grateful for the good folks I had a positive exchanges with here, and that actively helped me get out of the troublesome situation I was in just few months ago. I believe things happen when it's the right time in our lives: changes, the information and people we meet. In fact I can only judge based on my personal, direct experience, and not based on some emotional, personal projection. This forum has been instrumental for me to get in touch with the right people, do important changes and get rid of old stuff keeping me from moving ahead. I've already mentioned some of these things in my previous posts.

I will probably spend very little time reading here, now that I have more energy and lot of things to do out there.
I felt that these few words were necessary, please just disregard them if you don't think the same.
Thanks again, and good luck.
Andrea

Also sad to see how you dont do what you should do, that is asking for a ban of those posters. Dont chicken out and let these idiots ruin this forum that is vital for us. Make sure to remind everyone about the rules here and ban people like Gbolduev who posts and spams like a true jerk.
 

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« Reply #18853 on: 30/08/2013 10:44:30 »
I'm going to throw another weird symptom that I have that out and wondered by any chance someone has had it....I have a very limited time on the computer because the light from the screen either causes me to throw up or causes pain throughout my body or gives me a really bad headache....anyone??

could be that the screen reminds your subconsious mind about the porn you have witnessed on it.. true?
 

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« Reply #18854 on: 30/08/2013 11:08:41 »

Also sad to see how you dont do what you should do, that is asking for a ban of those posters. Dont chicken out and let these idiots ruin this forum that is vital for us. Make sure to remind everyone about the rules here and ban people like Gbolduev who posts and spams like a true jerk.

Just to refresh your memory and attention: Herman (Gboulduev) is the man I've been working with and has been key to my progress in these months. He's the last one I would wish to be banned here indeed.
So my thanks goes mainly to him, and then to other few guys I've met here, which have given me support and information since the beginning (like Daniel).
No point for me to read and post further here.
Enjoy your discussions and rules, and good luck.
 

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« Reply #18855 on: 30/08/2013 11:22:44 »
come on you people fight fight fight,this is a fighting forum ,call each other to fight.RIDICULOUS
 

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« Reply #18856 on: 30/08/2013 11:33:07 »
I had some blood tests done a few days ago.  The results are still coming in one by one, but there are already a few things of note: My ceruloplasmin went up from 23 to 30 between my test in January and my test yesterday.  So that's a positive sign.
 
My serum copper levels are 130 ug/dL on a (40-140) scale.  So I'm still copper toxic in the blood, which indicates the the minerals I'm taking are removing copper from my tissues into my blood and I'm having a tough time clearing the copper out of the blood.  Herman has recommended add more coffee enemas and vitamin c to my protocol.
 
My progesterone level is 0.2 ng/mL on a scale of (.02 to .2).  In my hair test, my Potassium is also on the upper bound of normal, so the high progesterone seems to match that. 

In terms of my symptoms, my recovery after orgasms, which was zero as of even 2 months ago, continues to improve.  Additionally my overall health is improved too.  I went out for dinner last night, to a 3 hour dinner at a table full of people where i didn't know a single person.  And I had a pretty good time.  Two months ago I could not have done that.  No way, no how.
 

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« Reply #18857 on: 30/08/2013 11:48:51 »
It is a bit sad for me to see how this place has become so much a theater for personal attacks, slander, sarcasm, personal business promoting, racist generalizations and grammar corrections, while it is mainly supposed to offer support and knowledge to suffering people. That's frequent in communities, still sad nonetheless.
Confusion and division is the last thing people in this condition will benefit from. Everyone will take its own responsabilities: who writes, who reads, who judges.

As for me I'm grateful for the good folks I had a positive exchanges with here, and that actively helped me get out of the troublesome situation I was in just few months ago. I believe things happen when it's the right time in our lives: changes, the information and people we meet. In fact I can only judge based on my personal, direct experience, and not based on some emotional, personal projection. This forum has been instrumental for me to get in touch with the right people, do important changes and get rid of old stuff keeping me from moving ahead. I've already mentioned some of these things in my previous posts.

I will probably spend very little time reading here, now that I have more energy and lot of things to do out there.
I felt that these few words were necessary, please just disregard them if you don't think the same.
Thanks again, and good luck.
Andrea

You're cured and the posts you leave behind detail for all your POIS journey and the road you took to get better.  Your work here is done so I understand why you're leaving, but never-the-less your contributions will be missed.  Please come back from time to time and let us know how you're doing.  Congratulations on your new found health and all the best!
 

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« Reply #18858 on: 30/08/2013 13:46:12 »
I had some blood tests done a few days ago.  The results are still coming in one by one, but there are already a few things of note: My ceruloplasmin went up from 23 to 30 between my test in January and my test yesterday.  So that's a positive sign.
 
My serum copper levels are 130 ug/dL on a (40-140) scale.  So I'm still copper toxic in the blood, which indicates the the minerals I'm taking are removing copper from my tissues into my blood and I'm having a tough time clearing the copper out of the blood.  Herman has recommended add more coffee enemas and vitamin c to my protocol.
 
My progesterone level is 0.2 ng/mL on a scale of (.02 to .2).  In my hair test, my Potassium is also on the upper bound of normal, so the high progesterone seems to match that. 

In terms of my symptoms, my recovery after orgasms, which was zero as of even 2 months ago, continues to improve.  Additionally my overall health is improved too.  I went out for dinner last night, to a 3 hour dinner at a table full of people where i didn't know a single person.  And I had a pretty good time.  Two months ago I could not have done that.  No way, no how.

hi im been following this forum for quite a while and it saddens me what's been happening lately
we should work together not fighting. "or fight but nicely hehe"

anyway i wanna share whats im taking now for copper toxcity:
zinc
molybdenum
vitamin c
manganese
calcium - magnesium
selenium
b5
probiotics with colostrum
i also drink burdock root tea twice daily


i've been taken this supplement since 2 month and i've seen gradual improvement in my health and how long pois lasts also i've been suffering from fungal infections for years which stopped

and im wondering whats Herman though on molybdenum since it chelates and help remove copper? or is vitamin c enough?
thanks
 

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« Reply #18859 on: 30/08/2013 17:29:32 »
Dont chicken out and let these idiots ruin this forum that is vital for us. Make sure to remind everyone about the rules here and ban people like Gbolduev who posts and spams like a true jerk.

You're right johanstefansson. It's very strange how a once-useful forum has turned into something so cheap. I was never once (never will either) during my time here planning take the medical recommendations of some angry, illiterate, faux expert russian guy who I've never met and who tells people to take things that could kill them. The earth is round, not flat. I wouldn't buy things on infomercials either just because the host says they can perform miracles. My girlfriend pressured me to stop reading a long time ago, but I waited until now. My mistake. Thanks so much to everyone who has basic common sense and lives in reality, and who has helped over the past year. Like so many other great members here, this will be my final post.
 

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« Reply #18860 on: 30/08/2013 18:12:14 »
"was never once (never will either) during my time here planning take the medical recommendations of some angry, illiterate, faux expert russian guy who I've never met and who tells people to take things that could kill them."  by  Prancer                                                                                      It seems  that  this  completely contradicts what people  experience  on Herman's programs.  You seem  to be  very biased and emotional in your assesments . It seems not right to  project your attitude   as a factual statement.  People clearly  stated their progress and you staying on the sidelines  does not give you a right to  judge this person  without as you mentioned ever meeting him or talking to him. I feel sorry for you and good luck.It is such a pity that Herman  has decided to quit this forum because of people like you
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« Reply #18861 on: 30/08/2013 20:42:04 »

Also sad to see how you dont do what you should do, that is asking for a ban of those posters. Dont chicken out and let these idiots ruin this forum that is vital for us. Make sure to remind everyone about the rules here and ban people like Gbolduev who posts and spams like a true jerk.

Just to refresh your memory and attention: Herman (Gboulduev) is the man I've been working with and has been key to my progress in these months. He's the last one I would wish to be banned here indeed.
So my thanks goes mainly to him, and then to other few guys I've met here, which have given me support and information since the beginning (like Daniel).
No point for me to read and post further here.
Enjoy your discussions and rules, and good luck.


Urano because helped you does not mean he can atagonize others the way he does. It is not fair to give him leeway because of that. His method might have worked for you but that does not mean it will work for everyone. Like victor said there are some on russian forum whose ceruloplasmin is fine. What will happen if herman's systems does not work for you in the longrun run and there is no other option because gbolduev will not let other ideas flourish.
This forum has always discussed multiple ideas one person should not negatively affect that because he is helping some.
 

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« Reply #18862 on: 30/08/2013 20:50:56 »
Dont chicken out and let these idiots ruin this forum that is vital for us. Make sure to remind everyone about the rules here and ban people like Gbolduev who posts and spams like a true jerk.

You're right johanstefansson. It's very strange how a once-useful forum has turned into something so cheap. I was never once (never will either) during my time here planning take the medical recommendations of some angry, illiterate, faux expert russian guy who I've never met and who tells people to take things that could kill them. The earth is round, not flat. I wouldn't buy things on infomercials either just because the host says they can perform miracles. My girlfriend pressured me to stop reading a long time ago, but I waited until now. My mistake. Thanks so much to everyone who has basic common sense and lives in reality, and who has helped over the past year. Like so many other great members here, this will be my final post.
Am glad others are finally seeing herman for what he is.
The solution to all this is simple, herman has to leave he has caused all this disruptions and divided and it is not like he has not been told several times to change. He has been told by those who support him and people who were always cautious of him to change.
We can still discuss ceruloplasmin, hopefully through those that have worked with herman.
We should not let one person who has barely being here a year to cause something that has been going on for six years to implode.
Dont stop posting your ideas especially when we are making great strides.
 

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« Reply #18863 on: 30/08/2013 22:17:59 »
Herman has stated that he has left the forum yesterday. I guess you guys missed it.
 

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« Reply #18864 on: 31/08/2013 08:12:19 »
I said I would drop in periodically.

I simply wish to convey my best wishes to all my fellow POISers!

Be well! Remember, there are good people everywhere.

Seek them out, avoid those who cause you discomfort.

Demo
 

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« Reply #18865 on: 31/08/2013 10:50:06 »
I had some blood tests done a few days ago.  The results are still coming in one by one, but there are already a few things of note: My ceruloplasmin went up from 23 to 30 between my test in January and my test yesterday.  So that's a positive sign.
 
My serum copper levels are 130 ug/dL on a (40-140) scale.  So I'm still copper toxic in the blood, which indicates the the minerals I'm taking are removing copper from my tissues into my blood and I'm having a tough time clearing the copper out of the blood.  Herman has recommended add more coffee enemas and vitamin c to my protocol.
 
My progesterone level is 0.2 ng/mL on a scale of (.02 to .2).  In my hair test, my Potassium is also on the upper bound of normal, so the high progesterone seems to match that. 

In terms of my symptoms, my recovery after orgasms, which was zero as of even 2 months ago, continues to improve.  Additionally my overall health is improved too.  I went out for dinner last night, to a 3 hour dinner at a table full of people where i didn't know a single person.  And I had a pretty good time.  Two months ago I could not have done that.  No way, no how.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coffee_enema

Not sure I wanna do this..."can cause death from severe electrolyte imbalance"!
 

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« Reply #18866 on: 31/08/2013 11:09:07 »
Daniel, thanks for your kind message, and keep up with the good job in improving your conditions. Whatever it will be.

CertainlyPOIS, once again and for the last time (really, I won't be reading here anymore and delete the link from my bookmarks). My recent posts reflect my personal direct experience working with Herman, which has been invaluable for my progress. While most of those who criticize him, haven't really had a chance to interact with him directly. For what it's worth, I initially judged his stataments arrogant, aggressive and dogmatic before having a chance to know him better. Then I changed my mind, even I still disagree with some of his aggressive attitudes and am skeptical on some of his ideas.
I thought it was due to share my experience before leaving. I'm not here to defend anyone who is very able to do it himself.

I have never stated that what has worked for me will necessarily work for others. I believe in fact that it's our attitude and being open to change our views that makes the difference, not just some external recipe coming from the above. Besides the things I have seen here in these few months, Herman's approach was the only one which factively helped me. If you still believe that Herman's approach=ceruloplasmin, I'm sorry but you got 1% of what he says.

One of the reasons I leave this forum is that I find exhausting, energy draining and time consuming to defend and justify my statements everytime, especially now that I feel better. And explain things I am not able to explain myself 100% from a "scientific" perspective.

If Herman's approach won't work for me in the long run (and this sounds like a spell: that day will come when you will need us again...), this is probably not the place where I will find real answers.

Take care,
Andrea
 

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« Reply #18867 on: 31/08/2013 11:40:58 »

You can believe in [enemas] all you want. They're dumb and very dangerous. But of course, you're a lot smarter than the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and nearly every medical and scientific source known to mankind.




http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coffee_enema

Not sure I wanna do this..."can cause death from severe electrolyte imbalance"!

"Proponents of coffee enema claim that cafestol palmitate in coffee promotes glutathione S-transferase, which detoxifies the products of tumor cell metabolism, and that the enema fluid stimulates peristalsis and drainage of toxic bile from the gut. Although none of these hypotheses are proven, coffee enema has been used as an alternative therapy for various diseases, including cancer and constipation. Complications associated with coffee enema have rarely been reported. There were two cases of death related to coffee enemas that were associated with electrolyte imbalance caused by frequent enemas. In addition, one case of polymicrobial enteric septicemia from coffee enema in an advanced breast cancer patient was reported."  http://www.nature.com/ajg/journal/v105/n1/full/ajg2009505a.html 

Also discussed in this report is coffee enema-induced proctocolitis, which is basically inflammation.  In my mind this is the greatest risk.  The report discusses a woman who had 9 days of severe anal pain and 3 months of total symptoms.  There have been 3 reported cases of this in the world.
 
Everyone's got his own risk tolerance.  So if this is beyond your threshold, feel free to refrain.
The only reason I post the above, is that I don't see this as a basis upon which Herman should be attacked.  It's not like he's recommending cadmium or anything.   
 

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« Reply #18868 on: 31/08/2013 12:04:30 »
I was chatting with Herman on Skype yesterday.  I had just gotten in another blood test, this one for Manganese.  I told him my result was 2.2 mg/100mL.  He responded back a second later saying that that figure didn't look right and was more representative of a typical Magnesium reading. 

Sure enough the lab had it wrong and they tested my magnesium instead of the manganese I requested.  Since the results were given to me in Spanish I didn't recognize their mistake either.

I just give this story because many people are saying all types of things about Herman, but it shouldn't be said that he's not knowledgeable within this field. 
 

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« Reply #18869 on: 31/08/2013 15:34:53 »
I'm going to throw another weird symptom that I have that out and wondered by any chance someone has had it....I have a very limited time on the computer because the light from the screen either causes me to throw up or causes pain throughout my body or gives me a really bad headache....anyone??

could be that the screen reminds your subconsious mind about the porn you have witnessed on it.. true?
 

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« Reply #18870 on: 31/08/2013 15:36:52 »
What!!? I don't even know how to respond to that!! Next person please!
 

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« Reply #18871 on: 31/08/2013 17:40:21 »
Hahahahaha
 

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« Reply #18872 on: 31/08/2013 19:05:59 »
What!!? I don't even know how to respond to that!! Next person please!

with all respect to johanstefansson
thats why we need Herman he's knowledgeable and knows what he's talking about.
Daniel how do we get in touch with Herman i have some questions about minerals ratio im taking
and what tests Herman required for copper toxicity?
thanks :)
 

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« Reply #18873 on: 31/08/2013 19:16:19 »
.... how do we get in touch with Herman ...

Gbolduev was unwise enough to post their email in this public forum (he must love spam).
Search for posts by user "Gbolduev" which include the word "email",
 or better still consult qualified medical personnel instead.
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« Reply #18874 on: 31/08/2013 19:42:19 »
I'm going to throw another weird symptom that I have that out and wondered by any chance someone has had it....I have a very limited time on the computer because the light from the screen either causes me to throw up or causes pain throughout my body or gives me a really bad headache....anyone??

could be that the screen reminds your subconsious mind about the porn you have witnessed on it.. true?

If you're having an old box monitor (no flatscreen), it could be that you're sensitive to the low 50 hertz frequency. The screen of old box monitors and box TV's is less calm to watch for the eyes than those of 100 Hertz. Also the sound of this frequency is audible and unpleasant when you're sensitive. I had this problem and bought a flatscreen monitor, no more headaches.
 

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