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Demografx, Were you diagnosed by complaining about POIS symptoms? What test determined it to be prostaitis? What type of antibiotics are you taking? Is it possible that the 75% cure is somewhat due to this vs Levitra?
Yes, demografx, I figured you were the geek with books piled in front of you... Please explain WHY you couldn't stand up?
All this POIS info has become more complex than I could have ever imagined. I've been having a thought... that maybe Icould make a little film about it to post on YouTube. It could be predominantly a written description of the many symptoms associated with POIS, and could include some of more notable ideas, theories, and questions we've come up with on this forum. (Oddly enough I'm hearing it set to the music from an old western...) The clip could finish with a WANTED poster reading: If you know the whereabouts of the answer to the riddle of this condition known as POIS, please let us have it. I see some dramatic piece of old western footage to finish it off with. What do you think? If we appeal to the mainstream, we might get more attention about POIS, more people who have it couldcome forward, and maybe some health professionals who have a clue about how to diagnose it would get involved.... [?]It's a thought.
I think youtube might be dangerous. The community is generally very immature; you're more likely to get ridicule than help. It could also be a big turn off to many stuffed-shirt physicians who could help. I like the spirit of your idea, but I think it would do more harm than good.Edit: To elaborate, I think it might work on some levels, but it would need to be extremely carefully put together. Many would laugh or think it was a joke if there were a youtube video connecting orgasm to these symptoms (with western music) and then asking for feedback. Others would be even less kind.
Demografx: not TMI at all, thanks for sharing. Theory: POIS is caused by lower pelvic inflammation.
Girlwind, I think that just a straightforward talk about it might spread the word a little. For me public speaking is nerveracking enough, I can't imagine broadcasting such a personal story, heck even my name here is a pseudonym. But if you are up to it, it would be a wonderful caring thing to do. I think that anyone with the condition is already using a search engine, and such a video could only increase their chances of finding us. Thats better for us as we have more brainpower working, and better for those out there who are searching and finding nothing as we all probably did for years and years. I say go for it!