Post Orgasmic Illness Syndrome (P.O.I.S.)
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« : November 12, 2017, 05:53:28 PM »

Hi all,

I am in my late 20's and I've been suffering from this my entire life, at least as long as I can remember.  This has been incredibly enlightening and encouraging for me to confirm that the experiences I have had have not just "all been in my head".  In fact, I didn't even realize that my symptoms came from POIS until I read about them in this forum.  I had discovered that mb and O did cause depression and other related issues and I was even pretty certain it caused my shoulder and my back pain but until you see it all together like this you really have no idea...  I figured it was a spiritual and psychological issue that having an o without marriage and commitment would make one depressed.  Who knew how many chemicals we need running in the body just to make us feel well and normal, it really is a wonder of nature! 

I remember being in middle school and wanting to kill myself, which I'm sure isn't out of the ordinary for this.  I was really out of it for most of my youth, it was like a giant daze for me. 

I am in my late 20's now and been pretty celibate (or as much as I can) for about 8 years.  Several years ago, lead by my heart, I felt to give up women and dating entirely!  I found such peace and inner-fulfillment, even when I think about relationships I usually will get a pain in my heart and a type of brain-fog or stickiness in my mind.

I've started to take niacin, which I believe I must have been deficient in and find relief with it in the short term but usually have to keep reapplying it for several days as I begin to get headaches and brain fog again. 

Nice to meet you all,
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« #1 : November 12, 2017, 10:43:41 PM »

Welcome to the forum, Daysleeper, and thanks for sharing your POIS story :)

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