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that is confusing if you are hypoglycemic, shouldnt that mean glycemic foods to help you, or those hypoglycemia mean inabillity to digest glucose or break it down.
As BJim commented, pure cran really impacts blood sugar. I've tested for several weeks now. It feels like regulation of card sensativity. I'm waiting for the next NE. I've been on the juice for 3 weeks
I've been on the juice for 3 weeks
Cranberrry liqueur? Good find demografx [O8)]These connections to glycemia look very interesting, but as far as Chi goes I'm not convinced till I see a good argument for it.Is anyone looking into taking a prescription antimicrobial after/around POIS?I'm seeing a strong connection between Relora/Fenugreek/Garlic/Cranberry. I think that they all have antimicrobial properties. More to come...
Has anyone else had their blood tests done for any type of virus, lyme disease, etc?
John21, have you orgasmed without NE to see if you are cured? You don't have to if your really not ready I don't want to stunt your progress. I'm really thinking long term celibacy is the key. Maybe our brain chemicals are imbalanced and doing this leads to this type of reaction. I was reading and it said it takes about 6-12 months to fully balance brain chemicals, and an out of balance brain seeks for short thrills that pay badly in the long term (orgasm). If one thing helps us, it sure is staying away from orgasm.
In our discussion of "reuniting"'s new book, she wrote: "One bit of research we put in our latest book is that androgen (nerve cell) receptors decline in male rats after copulation...and more so the more times they copulate. (Their pattern is 7-8 copulations before they lose interest in *that* mate.) Androgen receptors are what react to testosterone. So even if testosterone is circulating, the animal is not feeling as "manly." See how sneaky biology is? "The more (or more intense) the merrier" doesn't necessarily apply if you take into account the days following."
John21, have you orgasmed without NE to see if you are cured?
Good eye pyropeach; my new theory for the compendium has emerged and here it is:POIS is a form of Encephalitis or Encephalomyelitis. It is only the cause of what triggers this form of Encephalitis or Encephalomyelitis that differentiates it from other more common or recognized forms of this problem.P.S. Any efforts to debunk or applaud this theory are welcomed
also, to the people who test the various methods of pois cures, by having 5 o's in a row, i applaud you. 5 o's in a row would most likely send me into shock, i would be airlifted to Harborview Hospital, where i would most certainly die a most torturous death.
Quote from: goingcrazy on 09/09/2009 17:56:49John21, have you orgasmed without NE to see if you are cured? You don't have to if your really not ready I don't want to stunt your progress. I'm really thinking long term celibacy is the key. Maybe our brain chemicals are imbalanced and doing this leads to this type of reaction. I was reading and it said it takes about 6-12 months to fully balance brain chemicals, and an out of balance brain seeks for short thrills that pay badly in the long term (orgasm). If one thing helps us, it sure is staying away from orgasm.I agree. But personally, I have simply been unable to pull it off (no pun intended)in 30+ years of trying. 60 days max. And then POIS is just as bad, and often much worse.
30+ years does make me feel skeptical of this idea [of celibacy]
From peoples endocrine test, it appears that all the levels are pretty much with in normal range. this suggests that we have normal homeostasis of hormones but, one is an antigen(antagonist of the body) in are body and is causing massive havoc.
The testicles release hisamine at orgasm
The histamine release is a very good starting point to explain Pois.
I had undiagnosed Lyme for 25yrs before i got treatment, so it could be in my case the lyme has really screwed up my body, because my hormones are so wacked out....
I am determined to solve this puzzle....
Benadryl prevents release of histamine but doesn't effect it if its already there?
My lyme dr, [Dr. Domminck Braccia, D.O. from Haverford, Pa. ph # 610-924-0600]
Ive been trying to figure this out on my own for 10yrs, because all the doctors look at me like im nuts, and tell me they never heard of this.