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He said, in anyways, the psychiatric might help me with getting less of wet dreams and or coping with the symptoms. I have not visited the psychiatric yet. Please let me know what you think about going to the psychiatric and any comments or suggestions.Thank you.
when you have only one O at a time then the recovery time is fast....thank you vandemolen3 for clearing my doubt
Quote from: bitu8489 on 13/06/2011 14:05:16when you have only one O at a time then the recovery time is fast....thank you vandemolen3 for clearing my doubtThere's also a longer term tendency for it to be cummulative.Some of my sessions only last 4 days, so I can sometimes do it after that. But I find that one or two sessions can be shorter, usually the first the shortest. But if I "O" as soon as I'm better, the third is quite bad and lasts 2 wks or more. But if I stretch out to about 9 days, that my symptoms only last on the average about a 5 to 7 days. And each session is more or less the same, without some shorter and then a doozie.As Van says, we are all different. Perhaps one can do it onece every 4 days consistently, and another only every 9 days. But if we try to squeeze in more, it will come back to bit us.So if you find that you can do it twicw per week, but on about the third week you have a real heavy one, perhaps it's better to back off to one every 5 days. This is good because it can give you a couple of days of sanity between sessions, and you don't get a bad session jumpingin there to wreak havoc.
sometimes I don`t even notice that I had one <wet dream> but I get the symptoms and then I confirm that I had one.
this time i think i have overdone it cause its the 9th day today and still its not totally recovered....and this time my i have a new symptom..my right flickers all the time... and i fell so stressed..am planning to go for a single O tonight..i think it will solve the problem..and i will recover fully in the normal time that is around 4-5days...
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Quote from: bitu8489 on 13/06/2011 16:44:24this time i think i have overdone it cause its the 9th day today and still its not totally recovered....and this time my i have a new symptom..my right flickers all the time... and i fell so stressed..am planning to go for a single O tonight..i think it will solve the problem..and i will recover fully in the normal time that is around 4-5days...Eyes that flicker could be caused by stress. If I were you: no O. First you have to recover. A few days ago I showed a picture what sperm can do to a POIS-patient. You can see a red rash and nodules. Can you imagine what happens inside the body with all that sperm? And because your body thinks it's something bad your immune system works and you get very tired. And about not wanting to talk to anybody: there are more people who have this. Maybe on day 1 it's better not to have a lot of contact, but on day 2 you have to socialize.
Demo and I have about 40 EMails each back and forth with people at N O R D, from the site programmer all the way up to the CEO. At 10:01, we had set a limit of 10:00, we received a message that the system was now operational.Stefanie is sick at home (over this I might add). Didn't get to sleep until about 05:30 AM!Demo had to go take a walk to "settle down", so meantime I send this note!
daveman,thanks for putting a link to the forum on http://poiscenter.com, its make things easier.By the way, you spelt "centre" wrong. (proper English please  )
Hello everybody, i just found this wonderful forum a few days ago. I am a 39 year old male who has been suffering from POIS since i was 15. My snydrome is classic POIS, muscle ache, tiredness, fatigue, lack of concentration and motivation etc etc. I feel worst on day 2 after O. I always thought i was the only one with this syndrome but now i know that there are a lot of people that are like me. Hope that finally we will find a cure to this dreadful illness. It is really terrible and it has nearly ruined my life. I affected my studies, i had to miss going to university because of it. At least i am lucky in having a not very demanding job . I am posting from work, will keep in touch. Thanks for everybody who is posting in this forum to help finding a cure to this.
Everytime I come out of POIS I feel I am so lucky and I feel great...