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What is the latest news about fenugreek or relora? Anyone?
Day 2(NE yesterday morning):I felt ok yesterday but felt the effects at night, feel ok so far today but I can notice the mental shift. Recent noteworthy consumption: cooked garlic daily, choline & inositol supplementRecent exercise: moderateThis time I realize a common reaction to orgasm which I'm not sure I have mentioned before, deepening of my voice. Presumably this would be due to a testosterone increase. Could this be a clue to what is going on? Could POIS be a reaction to an abnormal jolt of testosterone at orgasm, and then it's decline in the system?
Quote from: demografx on 19/02/2009 17:33:59What is the latest news about fenugreek or relora? Anyone?I still use fenugreek, and am very pleased that it's still alleviating approximately 50% of my POIS symptoms. Recovery time has been improved from 4-5 days to 2-3 days, and the symptoms are pleasantly reduced.However, its not quite the wonderdrug that it was when I first took it. Unfortunately, I seem to quickly build up a tolerance to most kinds of drugs, and fenugreek is no exception.Still, I should be happy that I've found a useful tool against POIS! Glad to see the thread is still going strong
This is hilarious... I believe deepening of my voice occurs too, its almost like I'm a completely different person! I don't know if it actually "deepens" your voice, it might just be how bad pois feels that we don't feel like speaking normally.
Did you use raw garlic before?
Same weight Limejuice and eat like 2 pigs I don't remember if i have test my blood phosphorus.
test resultcortisol - 6.1 3 - 22.4estrogen - 55 40 - 115free testorone 19.9 dhea 878 208 - 771prolactin 6.24 2.64- 13.13i still dont agree with test untill i take in full pois. I was just wondering does endocrinologist test these same chemicals
Interesting study :Garlic Supplementation Increases Testicular Testosterone and Decreases Plasma Corticosterone in Rats Fed a High Protein Diet http://jn.nutrition.org/cgi/content/full/131/8/2150
This time I am also noticing muscle twitching, I get them typically in the left eyelid.
Quote from: John21 on 22/02/2009 21:22:03This time I am also noticing muscle twitching, I get them typically in the left eyelid.Very interesting, John. Is this a new development or just now noticing it?And It seems that raw garlic may help NE's!