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Perhaps I misunderstood an earlier post, but do you have POIS? I only ask because you said something about a contact at another Forum, so I wasn't sure if you are interested as a researcher, a sufferer or both. Thank you.
I would'nt worry about Imre1 folks. I find that he is a good guy but often confused, probably POIS overdrive and the valium he is taking.
Demografx--a definite yes to the research endocrinologist.I'm not finding the "posted results of the data form B_Jim compiled." Where is that?
If anyone can provide some modest web-hosting, I will put up my form for this.
I would like to add to the questions on the list: "do the symptoms occur after a wet dream as well? (so to exclude the possibility of psychological causes).
Here is a letter I wrote, similar to demografx, that people here are free to use or combine with demografx' and B_jim's thoughtful letter. I *strongly recommend* we compile everything in an organized manner though; we will want to do it sooner or later, so we should probably do it before we talk to very many researchers. If anyone can provide some modest web-hosting, I will put up my form for this.To whom this concerns,I am writing on behalf of a group of a least a hundred people who suffer from crippling symptoms following orgasm. We are referring to it as Post Orgasmic Illness Syndrome (POIS). These symptoms include exhaustion, difficulty concentrating, anxiety, loss of speech fluency, and cloudy mindedness; they are often severe, and can take up to a week to dissipate. These symptoms are preventing a large group of otherwise intelligent and motivated people from functioning properly. We are desperately hoping that you would be interested in studying our condition. Each of us have written about our medical history, which medications we have attempted, which tests we have taken, and our particular symptoms. Could you please read this information and provide us with some feedback? We could discuss re-reimbursement although we do not have a great deal of money. However, your research into these cases would certainly provide for interesting journal publications. There was much interest when Dr. Marcel Waldinger published some research in regards to this ailment (unfortunately he is no longer available for contact). Further, any insights you have into our condition could likely lead to groundbreaking developments towards treating connected but more well known conditions that are the focus of much current research. And any time you invest in helping us will collectively salvage hundreds of years worth of our time, which would otherwise be spent conducting amateur investigations and suffering alongside our families who are also deeply affected by association.Thanks, and please give this some sincere consideration; we are all desperately hoping for your help.
You want the posts related to what i wrote in letter ?- agjchs and DHEA other good posts :-Bizzy's theory - Dave23 protocol
For most of the year, I had completely treated "POIS" by having orgasm to sexually stimulating images when feeling affected. If I felt bad, I would have another orgasm; I would try again and again until the "good orgasm" undid the affects of the other ones. On average, I masturbated once a day to sexually stimulating images. Sometimes I would do it twice if the first one didn't work.
having more orgasms brings about even more severe symptoms.
Counterpoints writes, "The most phenomenal aspect of my case of "POIS", is that orgasm was not only the source of some of the problems, but also the cure. It took me 8 years of experimentation to find this out."