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...I have had two Nightly.E in a row...I will also note i havnt orgasm in montths.   
...Everyone on this forum is doing a great job in chasing this illness down.
As POIS is hard to describe, evaluating it's intensity is equally difficult. 50%, 75% are very rough approximations.
I can confidently say I have never had physical exhaustion symptoms, but don't anyone think I got off easy, perhaps my mental exhaustion was all the more severe. 
I had an NE four days ago and I had zero symptoms again...
Demografx, yes there have been other times with zero symptoms later on in my life but over the course of my life I was normally symptomatic following any NE. For a certain period I had no symptoms and thought it was due to avoiding milk products that was helping me, but that turned out to be false so it must have been something else. Garlic is one possibility, vitamin D is another. Right now I am boggled yet optimistic. Perhaps soon I will simplify my supplementation to and see if symptoms return, at which point I'll start experimenting with some of these things individually. I will stay with regular garlic/D/yogurt with inulin/ and finish off the Bacopa bottle. If I continue to be without symptoms perhaps I will drop down to garlic+D.
and great to see you back!
Hi Mellivora, you are very rare here! If you didn't read all the precedent messages one important thing is Counterpoints's form here : http://pois.olympe-network.com/Also I'm not sure if you have seen Girlwind's video ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWBxAUC9k1gGood luck. Posted on: Today at 00:37:17Posted by: martin88
But I have hope with cortisol, we'll see. I had high cortisol in the past but the endocrinologist did nothing for this. He said you have high cortisol and good bye ! I'm wondering if after a while, having elevated cortisol can cause adrenal exhaustion with cortisol deficiency.
Thanks Jimmy03 but ED is off-topic, except if you have ED AND Pois. And is this case we recommand Levitra.