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Is there a site that publicly hosts Waldinger's study? If not, we'd need permission to host it on Wikipedia.
I'm not favorable to wikipedia Pois article except if you make a very short article with Dr Waldinger's publication ( abstarct only) . I do not want to lose our little credibility because a lot of wiki users will read it and say "POIS doen't exist, POIS is psychologic..." . We have support of the best expert of ejaculation in the World : we are lucky for this so be careful ! I don't want to be confused with dr Lin and his "magic potions". We have a very little room between scientists and charlatans. Be carreful. Wikipedia is not a place for posibble theories but for the TRUTH. We don't have the trut for Pois and so it's too early to write an article on Wiki. The time will come. All Pois sufferers on internet using google with keywords " Fatigue, ejaculatio, orgasm, sex, flu-like, back pains " will find this forum. I contacted all Pois suferers i can on internet. At least 15 forums. Maybe we can make a better job. Why do you think i have write "post ejaculation tiredness"I'm much more favorable to create a new website if you want. Don't forget a lot of theories we have developed since 2006 are wrong (especially mine, sorry ). But we need a lot a wrong theories before having a true one. Belief aboves Science.
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Aaron---Interested in your comment re inflammation lower back. It's one of my main symptoms, along with other pelvic irritation. I can get this with arousal without orgasm. I think there is some neuromuscular tension associated with orgasm/arousal causing an inflammatory response. I think it may have origin in signals between genitals and lower spine, a loop that feeds back upon itself over and over. As far as the inflammatory thesis goes, it may be a culprit, just as histamine may be a culprit. I recall in the early 90's going to a urologist about this. He did a thorough test of my muscles/tendons etc. in perineum area and said my burning sensation was a result of tight knots in tissue. He actually felt them. I have never tried to break these knots as it freaks me out to make a mistake and irritate this condition. This is a condition that I seldom discuss here. It goes generally by Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (It often gets confused with prostatitis). This flares up for me with POIS. In fact, now that I think about it, this is one of the earliest symptoms of POIS for me.
Any link or way to view the results of the survey?
By the way, if there is a "web site" (which would be more a list of links without content), why not use it? ...However I strongly wish to keep this forum we are using now, I don't need to have other new forum(s)/blogs on this new web site like it has been suggested.