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It's known as a PDE5 inhibitor--does anybody know what that means?
I was just wondering if anybody would be willing to meet other people with this condition in second life?
What do you mean by second life?
Hi fellow POIS sufferersDo you folks find that POIS seriously affects every aspect of your life everyday ?.I find this a very powerful illness which affects me everyday. This is because the mental symptoms linger for so long after an orgasm.
It's been a while since i last posted anything in this thread.I was just wondering if anybody would be willing to meet other people with this condition in second life?I would like to create such a place but I have no idea wether people would come.
I was just wondering if anybody would be willing to meet other people with this condition in second life?I would like to create such a place but I have no idea wether people would come.
Have any other persons also noticed the corelation between the quality of the orgasm (the feel good feeling (=amount of dopamine released when orgasming?)) and the bad after-effects? That they are worse when you have a 'better' orgasm?
Is there any chance this could be related to sexual transferable diseases?
demografx: I googled Levitra and read up a bit about it. It's known as a PDE5 inhibitor--does anybody know what that means? I know Levitra increases blood flow, but HOW exactly it works in the body might be a clue as to why it helps the symptoms of POIS. Because there are some potentially very risky side effects from taking Levitra, especially prolonged use--like "serious cardiac events" (as in heart attacks), penile tissue damage, and potential loss of vision, due to a decrease of blood flow to the optic nerve--that isn't something I would want to experiment with. In general I am more inclined to using vitamin supplements, herbal remedies and hormonal cremes. (I've had far too many side effects and allergic reactions to pharmaceuticals.) But I'd like to know more details about how the chemistry of Levitra affects steroid hormone production, or if there is a link along those lines.
I am about to go insane. If I talk about this to anyone else, they won't understand and I don't want to see their confused expression and hear their useless advice. At least you guys understand. I simply have to talk about this somewhere...I am in hell. I just had a few orgasms in the past few days, even writing this is taking me forever. I simply can't function. I have homework and exams coming at me from left and right. The brain fog, lack of concentration, speech difficulty, depression, headache, and utter exhaustion has completely ruined my hopes of everything I seek for in the future. It hurts so damn much - knowing I can never be in an intimate relationship, where I have to turn down opportunities with girls despite my desperation, let alone go to graduate school and achieve the goals important to me, and knowing my future is pretty much screwed. I have to drag myself through each agonizing day trying to avoid people and struggle to act normal until the symptoms stop while in constant fear of getting a wet dream. I cannot live like this. It feels like my scalp is sore from overexertion. Does anyone else get this symptom? Where it feels like the muscles of your scalp are constantly tightened around your skull and it feels sore almost like a burning feeling?We need more data. These tests we get from the doctors who look at us funny are a joke; we need a group of some sort to research this in a laboratory setting...I've had it with doctors. And all these supplements I've been taking don't really seem to do much.Well, I think I've vented enough. Quote from: imre1 on 25/05/2008 20:47:59I was just wondering if anybody would be willing to meet other people with this condition in second life?I would like to create such a place but I have no idea wether people would come.I'd be willing; in fact I'm about to make an account on second life.
First time I measured my temperature when suffering from POIS: 5 hours after my temperature was 37,5°C .. So i've got a fever. Is this so with everyone?
We're looking for a research endocrinologist.