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Quote from: MrVat7 on 19/01/2014 18:14:49People with infertility have high antisperm antibody count, The thing is my antisperm antibody count is high, still I am fertile. That may be a sort of proof ( there's more proof to be found though ) for SSBT . Antisperm antibodies are created only when sperm enters blood. Small amount of these antibodies are produced during puberty , but I am having elevated concentration of antisperm antibodies. This does Imply Spill of Sperm in blood. Then and only then this level of antibody can be produced in my body . MrVat7 Hi MrVat7, I'm 54, I have children and I have pois. I find very interesting the results of your ASA. I read the list of the vitamins that you tried. Except Biotin and Inositol, I tried all the other on your list without any result. I tried flunarizin whit some good result but the side effects were very important. Fatigue was the most important side effect, I was sleeping 12 hours a day. Niacin gave some result. What kind of other test will you try for your ASA? When you had your blood test for ASA, how much time you did it after having an O?
People with infertility have high antisperm antibody count, The thing is my antisperm antibody count is high, still I am fertile. That may be a sort of proof ( there's more proof to be found though ) for SSBT . Antisperm antibodies are created only when sperm enters blood. Small amount of these antibodies are produced during puberty , but I am having elevated concentration of antisperm antibodies. This does Imply Spill of Sperm in blood. Then and only then this level of antibody can be produced in my body . MrVat7
Quote from: noone1234567 on 18/01/2014 17:35:21Is everyone here fertileExcluding few who have got some of their reproductive organs removed (i dont remember names ) . members here including me , are fertile. I am curious noone, what is your logic behind asking this question ?
Is everyone here fertile
Hi I have had POIS since about 50.......
Quote from: gcrisp on 19/01/2014 23:51:47Hi I have had POIS since about 50.......gcrisp - I am always interested in those who few who get pois after puberty. I suspect you would have mentioned it, but I have to ask, was there any changes to your life - diet, meds, supplements, stress, moved to a new city, change in sexual practices, got another medical condition (apart from migraines) around 50? Did it come on slowly and get worse over the
Quote from: MrVat7 on 18/01/2014 18:12:33Quote from: noone1234567 on 18/01/2014 17:35:21Is everyone here fertileExcluding few who have got some of their reproductive organs removed (i dont remember names ) . members here including me , are fertile. I am curious noone, what is your logic behind asking this question ? You don't know that about us, and possibly even yourself. Have you got a girl pregnant yet (and were confident she was not having sex with other man behind your back)? To me fertile, means more than just producing ejaculate. Even then if there is sperm is it very little or its not healthy or are covered in antibodies. For me I can't say as I don't have any children and have not wanted any.MrVat - Can you ask your pathologist why the reference range for the ASA test is <75. If any ASA is not good then why is the reference range not much lower like 20. My guess is that doctors don't care if you have some ASA as its no big deal from a health perspective and only becomes an issue as the level gets high as it then starts to adversely effect the guy's ability to conceive.
The brain requires approximately 3.3 ml of oxygen per 100 g of brain tissue per minute. Initially the body responds to lowered blood oxygen by redirecting blood to the brain and increasing cerebral blood flow. Blood flow may increase up to twice the normal flow but no more. If the increased blood flow is sufficient to supply the brain’s oxygen needs then no symptoms will result. However, if blood flow cannot be increased or if doubled blood flow does not correct the problem, symptoms of cerebral hypoxia will begin to appear. Mild symptoms include difficulties with complex learning tasks and reductions in short-term memory. If oxygen deprivation continues, cognitive disturbances and decreased motor control will result. The skin may also appear bluish (cyanosis) and heart rate increases. Continued oxygen deprivation results in fainting, long term loss of consciousness, coma, seizures, cessation of brain stem reflexes, and brain death.Objective measurements of the severity of cerebral hypoxia depend on the cause. Blood oxygen saturation may be used for hypoxic hypoxia, but is generally meaningless in other forms of hypoxia. In hypoxic hypoxia 95-100% saturation is considered normal. 91-94% is considered mild. 86-90% is considered moderate. Anything below 86% is considered severe.It should be noted that cerebral hypoxia refers to oxygen levels in brain tissue, not blood. Blood oxygenation will usually appear normal in cases of hypemic, ischemic and hystoxic cerebral hypoxia. Even in hypoxic hypoxia blood measures are only an approximate guide – the oxygen level in the brain tissue will depend on how the body deals with the reduced oxygen content of the blood.
MrVat - With your theory of Cerebral hypoxia, then ask your doctor about this, given that he presumably sees a number of men who get the ASA test..or if not then maybe he has a colleague who works at fertility clinic who sees many men with high ASA. If these other patients of his score above say 50 then they should get pois symptoms presumably from cerebral hypoxia like us.The articles I read on men at fertility clinics who had high antibody levels, never mentioned the guy having any adverse health conditions as a result. The clinic doctors also did not seem to treat them with any drug to deal with the ASA, rather the treatment was of their sperm which was cleaned of antibodies then the wife was artificially inseminated.Also since Niacin is a vasodialator, why does it not work taking it after an O, as it does taking it just before an O?How do you account for some of the guys in their 40s getting symptoms for the first time in their life? I'd be surprised if 'faulty plumbing' suddenly occurs for these guys (though its possible) so now they get sperm spilling into their body fluid/blood.
well put Acronym!I have no medical qualifications, but I also don't have POIS any more and I attribute that to a few very distinct changes I made.I think specific things like niacin or other things that have been suggested are just hiding the symptoms rather than bringing your body back to an ideal state where it is not starved of important nutritional minerals, vitamins, amino acids, essential fatty acids etc.If any one with consistent POIS is interested I would like to propose a test for 30 days. Please let me know if you are interested. (It will cost you about $2.50 per day). Best $2.50 I ever spent...... g
Hi Pois-SuffererThanks for your response.The only thing you need to do in advance is source the following product: (and I get no kickbacks here, they don't know me from a bar of soap): Youngevity "On-the-go Healthy start pack" available from a myriad of sources. This is the most complete food supplement that they say is sourced purely from plant and animals as nature intended. No pseudo minerals created in labs!One months worth is about $70... A bit over $2 per day...I'll talk about the rest after we see if anyone else wants to join in, prob in about a week.Are your problems consistent? It will be a benefit if they are (to the test) so we can be aware quickly of any improvement.g