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My contribution, although its probably somewhere in the blog already...It seems doctors feel this might be an allergic reaction to hormones released via erections and ejacs.Perhaps try some hayfever medicine or some allergy medicine?mod edit - erections
What is the latest news about fenugreek or relora? Anyone?
The PS [Phosphatedylserine] has the greatest impact and reduces POIS symptoms to 5% and recovery to one day!
Has there been anything said from Dr. Waldinger as of late???
Limejuice, it would help others if you could quickly re-cap your profile/symptoms so similarly afflicted can ask their doctors? Appreciate it!Limejuice bold emphasis mine - mod
The PS has the greatest impact and reduces POIS symptoms to 5% and recovery to one day!
Quote from: Limejuice on 20/02/2009 16:34:19The PS has the greatest impact and reduces POIS symptoms to 5% and recovery to one day!Limejuice, it's great for your success. I'd have 2 questions :-Do you think the thyroid medication is involved in your improvement ?-Is your PS supplement from brain or from soya ?
Welcome new sufferers .QuoteThe best relief i can get is with tyrosine, L-phenylalanine, Relora, Advil, and, of course, as much quality sleep as possibleInteresting Pyro, i din't notice this point. When do you take it ? Just after ? Limejuice, sorry i forgot ure good results with PS. I need to read again
The best relief i can get is with tyrosine, L-phenylalanine, Relora, Advil, and, of course, as much quality sleep as possible
Limejuice, could you let us know what brand of PS you use?
What is PS?
Hmmm, that's not the first time we talk about phosphorus group molecules with Counterpoints, Martin (hypophosphatinemia) and others... (Phosphatidylserine, ATP... ) . Anyway Phosphatidylserine supplements are expensive but interesting for cognitive functions.Thanks Pyro.
test resultcortisol - 6.1 3 - 22.4estrogen - 55 40 - 115free testorone 19.9 dhea 878 208 - 771prolactin 6.24 2.64- 13.13i still dont agree with test untill i take in full pois. I was just wondering does endocrinologist test these same chemicals