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I think that my post orgasm mental fog it is produced by something anoying in my digestive system. Imagine something inside your stomach or intestines for example, something that cannot manifest itself like pain, itching, cold, warm, etc, but it can send a singal to the brain enough to produce mental fog and scalp tension. And only relief will come once I evacuate enough.
Quote from: sparx on 23/06/2008 08:57:05Since early teens (now 42) I've been experiencing post-orgasm 'brain fog' Have you noticed any change in the intensity of the symptoms from when you were in your teens to now? I am wondering if its possible to outgrow this horrible illness. It is truly driving me mad.
Since early teens (now 42) I've been experiencing post-orgasm 'brain fog'
Hi to new comers and others. A few years ago, i saw a naturopathic doctor. My wife had cancer and she went to see him to have a complementary treatment. Since i was there with her i decided to try a consultation for myself. This guy gave me a list of expensive tests (private lab) that i wanted to do at the begining but i changed my mind. I'm ready to pay for something useful but in this case i wasn't sure enough.Michael8028 ,You're probably a good guy and thank you for the information, but do you realize your posts looks like advertisements ?!Counterpoints ,Please, since you are in contact with scientific people at your work, perhaps you know about these kind of labs. What do you think ? I'm very interested but sceptical, or suspicious is a better term.About hosting you can send me all your code by mail if you want. My time is very limited but i'll try some free web hosts.
Welcome Martin, Sparx and Michael.
Maybe this doctor could read up on our forum and give us his opinion on how to proceed? Would it be okay if I forward him the link and let him read all about us?
pyropeach: there definitely is hope for you to "grow out of this".
There have been cases of complete POIS recovery. Unfortunately, once someone recovers they probably don't feel compelled to help others (anyone who recovers has to promise to let us know all about it! ).... In fact, this last year I was close to 100% recovery. I still no longer suffer from brain fog (on most occasions), and I know how to remedy that symptom in the case that I do. The other symptoms have returned somewhat -- I would describe them as a feeling of being in great withdrawal -- but they are also improving.
The Orgasm Cure...If anything, perhaps this 'good orgasm' effect will help us learn more about the underlying cause of this problem: how could the *severe* symptoms that follow one orgasm be alleviated by a subsequent orgasm?
One thing I am absolutely secure, when I have an orgasm I feel almost inmediately that something weird happens in my stomach. I feel like my organism whants to sweep stomach contents to intestine, and that get manifested with fatigue and bad mood. I think that may be some substance poured inside by the orgasm mechanism produce this effect. The process I described it last few days and it is acompanied by other common Pois symthoms that I think are result of that process. And not necessarly having diarrea, it is not my case, I start to get very constipated, wich it helps to get worse others symthomps, like to much fatigue, headaches, swollen nose, greasy nose, sweats, get hungry, specially need for sugar foods somethimes or big meals, little of acne, hard hair hard to comb, among many others.
Here's the note I just sent to Dr William Timmins at Bio Health Diagnostics:
Counterpoints: I'm pretty sure I'd remember if I had read about cases of complete recovery; are you assuming that these 100% recovery cases exist based on your own experience of near 100% recovery? If so then intuitively I might agree, because there are times when my symptoms seem almost negligible. But from time to time I get clobbered badly for about a week. So I consider myself at risk and try to minimize the risk of a rogue episode impacting on 'normal' life.I will consider myself 100% recovered when I know that having an orgasm has not, at any time in the previous few months (perhaps more like 6 to 12 months), resulted in any degree of brain fog, or persistant myalgia, dizziness, fatigue etc.
Hey guys! Guess what! I got a response from the people at the Bio Health Diagnostics Lab. Here it is.   "This is a new one for us. Dr. (William) Timmins is no longer available for these matters, but I will be asking around my top clients to see if anyone has ideas. Follow up with me in a week or so." (Bryan Timmins) By "top clients" he means health care professionals who use his laboratory services. Hopefully there is someone in that clientele pool that cares enough to want to help us figure this out. Let's keep our fingers crossed!