Post Orgasmic Illness Syndrome (P.O.I.S.)

General Category => POIS Research => Topic started by: Observer on April 30, 2018, 05:36:19 PM

Title: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Observer on April 30, 2018, 05:36:19 PM
Hello everyone,

I am starting a new thread on behalf of the mod's team so you can post factual and real data from your analysis and tests (blood,. We would like to thank Muon for his advice, as we think it would be easiers for us and future researchers to compile data about the syndrome.

In this way, I would like to remember everyone who is in touch with doctors or medical institutions to let them know about our RFP. Without it, we would not be able to start a new research about POIS.

I will be selecting the info on the forum and adding more resources in the coming days.

Very Important Update:

FROM NOW ON, ANY DISCUSSION ABOUT THE RESULTS SHOWN ON THIS THREAD WILL BE DONE IN THE FOLLOWING THREAD:

https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2695.0
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Nas on April 30, 2018, 08:38:47 PM

Well here's mine: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1uR2kQKGjb5cmhZYnpZaDZtaE0
It's an EGG scan on my brain for brain inflammation diagnosis.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Observer on May 03, 2018, 05:05:37 PM
Thanks Nas for sharing these results.

Emirnazim had a Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG) performed on him and he also shared his results:

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 this EEG og EMIR , 26 years old , was recorded by MITSAR amplifier (19 channel) and CLINICAL Q assessment in three conditions :  Eye closed , Eyes open , and during cognitive challenge . the findings were following  :

1- his EEG was LOW VOLTAGE . this pattern is not necessarily abnormal  (however ,question about alcohol consumption).
Hence , relative power rather than absolute power must be interpreted .

2- ALPHA   blocking was not observed  .Alpha power was low especially at posterior site .

3- Alpha Peak  frequency was also  LOW at  Cz.

4- THETA/BETA  ratio was LOW in both  EO and  EC conditions at  O1.

5- Percentage pf Theta /Beta ratio from EO to EC was LOW .

6- Theta/SMR ratio is HIGH  at Cz .

7-HIGH BETA/BETA ratio  is HIGH at  Fz.



Abovementioned  patterns  are correlated to :   Mental Sluggishness , Visual memory problems ,sleep difficulties , probe for poor stress tolerance ,  '' RACING'' thoughts , anxiety , inefficient self-quieting , OC tendencies , inability to sit still or quiet body , busy brain .

Neurofeedback + Cognitive  training is recommended .
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See here:
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2680.0
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Observer on May 03, 2018, 05:16:44 PM
You can also find here Habibou's blood/urine tests results. They measured certain neurotransmitters both before and after the Orgasm.

https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=508.msg6851#msg6851

January 2011

Blood :
-adrenaline           <0.50 nmol/l         < 1.00
-noradrenaline        8.53 nmol/l       < 4.00                              1443 ng/l      < 675
-dopamine            <0.50 nmol/l         <1.00


Unrina during 24h :

-adrenaline       0.02 umol/l           < 0.10
-noradrenaline   0.42 umol/l          < 0.50
-dopamine        1.34 umol/l           < 3.00

All the blood tests were done 2 hours after an O.
The red standards are the unusual ones !

January 2012 :
ONLY Urina test, morning 10 hours after an O:

DOPA                      91.50 ug/g  (160 - 240)
34DOPAC                       0.40 mg/g    (0.70 - 4.00)
HVA                          1.90 mg/g    (2.43 - 5.20)
NORADRENALIN          10.30 ug/g   (15.70 - 34.30)
MHPG                          1.50 mg/g  (1.38 - 4.15)
VMA                            1.60 mg/g  (2.10 - 3.85)
ADRENALIN                  0.98  ug/g  (1.27 - 6.10)
SEROTONIN                62.40  ug/l   (61.50 - 116.80)
5HIAA                        2.30    mg/g (2.03 - 4.26)
HVA5HIAA                  0.83            (1.25 - 2.56)

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Feel free to share your blood tests results here. It could be a good idea to organize them  - first the old ones, and then, the new ones!
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on May 23, 2018, 09:32:57 AM
A dropbox link containing my lab results for a wide variety of parameters can be found inside the thread below:
http://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2545.0
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on May 24, 2018, 07:40:48 AM
Here is a case report showing abnormal lab results including baseline serum levels of immunoglobulins and sexual hormones, see the supplementary data e table 1.
Intralymphatic Immunotherapy With Autologous Semen in a Korean Man With Post-Orgasmic Illness Syndrome: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2050116118300199
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: nanna1 on May 25, 2018, 09:50:34 AM
Hi All,

I just posted some of my medical test results here: http://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2683.msg24039#msg24039

SUMMARY:
These test were not timed around an orgasm, exercise or any specific stressful event.
For historical reference, these were previously separate post contained on this thread:
  I updated my test results with VZV (HHV-3), EBV (HHV-4), CMV (HHV-5) and HHV-6 antibody blood test. Also included there is a Lyme disease antibody test.  Please see the Virus and bacteria test abnormal: (http://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2683.msg24039#msg24039) section.
I added the results from a recent homocysteine test here (http://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2683.msg24039#msg24039). It is in the "Methylation/homocysteine blood test:" section towards the bottom of the results post, right before the "Summary:" section.
Updated my test results with a Tryptase blood test (mast cell disease test).  It is towards the bottom of the results post, right before the "Summary:" section.
http://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2683.msg24039#msg24039
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Quantum on June 17, 2018, 07:17:52 PM
At least 2 members have reported higher than normal levels of 17-alpha-OH-progesterone ( members Crushgrapes and Investigator).  See this thread: http://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2532.msg21904#msg21904 .

( note:  I have not been tested for 17-OHP, so I am not reporting about myself, here)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: certainlypois2 on July 13, 2018, 06:50:07 PM
In general my hormone test result are normal the only thing is my total testosterone tend to be in lower end of range and estrogen in higher end of range. I believe this is because of my weight. My ACTH was abnormal though.   
I remember doing white blood cells count test with my GP, most of those where normal, few were below normal but none were above normal. I do not have these results anymore.  All these test were done while i was in POIS.

2009
ACTH      60     am(9-52pg/ml)  pm(4-35pg/ml)
Vtiamin B12,Folate acid, magnesium   normal 
Catecholoine test       normal
2010 
EBV  positive
   IGM no reaction
   IGG  4.34    >= 1.10 positive
   Nuclear AG   4.84    >=1.10 positive

IGG, IGM, IGA       withing range
IGE                      normal
ESR, CRP              normal
% CD4 (helper cells)   49               30-61%
%CD8(suppresor t cells) 22            12-42%
Absolute CD8+CELLs     451           180-1170  cells/ul
helper/suppressor ratio  2.17          .86-5.00
absolute lymphocytes     2007        850-3900 cells/ul
       
2014
HSV1 positive
HSVII negative
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: quotz on July 25, 2018, 05:10:21 AM
Hi fellow POISmen,

I am posting my medical data in a dropbox folder link:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nobyoc7ujjy5114/AAC_x5-gEf0cSy9GvjEWfn88a?dl=0

Summary of RESULTS that are ABNORMAL:
 - High Prolactin - 25 ng/ml (2.7 - 16.9)
 - Low Testosterone - 240 ng/ml (300 - 1100) (The lab I used had different, broader referential values, likely due to the fact that its a public health service trying to cut costs)
 - High Cortisol - 640 nmol/L (133 - 537) (The lab I used had different, broader referential values, likely due to the fact that its a public health service trying to cut costs)
 - Mycoplasma Pneumoniae detected using Indirect Immunofluorescent Assay - I had no symptoms of pneumonia though. Treating it currently.
 - Haemophilus Influenza non-B detected using Multiplex Real Time Assay - Treated it successfully while brain fog and POIS still persist.
 - Iron Deficiency - 8.5 umol/L (10.60 - 28.30) - Treated it while POIS, Brain fog and fatigue still persist.
 - Low Monocyte Count - 0.13 10*9mm/h (0.20 - 1.001)
 - Low Neutrophil Count - 1.96 10*9mm/h (2.00 - 7.501)
 - Albumin - 53 g/L (34 - 50) - Not sure how to interpret this, doctor said its no big deal.

Summary of RESULTS that are NORMAL:
 - HIV - Negative
 - Gonorrhoea - Negative
 - Lyme - Negative
 - Chlamydia - Negative
 - Hepatitis A,B,C - Negative
 - Liver Normal
 - Faecal Calprotectin - Normal
 - Helicobacter Pylory - Normal
 - B12 - 402 pg/mL (197 - 771)
 - Folate - 5.6 ng/mL (2.90 - 26.8)
 - Parietal cell autoantibodies - Negative
 - Anti smooth muscle autoantibodies - Negative
 - Antimitochondrial autoantibodies - Negative
 - Thyroid TSH - 2.11 mIU/L (0.27 - 4.20)
 - Thyroid free T4 - 16.2 pmol/L (12.0 - 22.0)
 - Brain MRI - Normal
 - Brain EEG - Normal

I will update the more tests/results I do/get.
Also check my posts regarding my case.

EDIT 1: Forgot to add that my folate is within the range, however, it is quite low. My diet does include sources of folate, its plentiful of veggies, so I am not sure what could be the cause. It could be that the infection was causing using it up and decreasing it, but I will need to see how this theory is going to work out once I treat my infection.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BluesBrother on August 03, 2018, 11:03:58 AM
Good initiative. Here are my results from a

- Blood Panel, taken in 10/2015
- Stool Sample, taken in 09/2015

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/yocgmx8pf1v0p1n/AAAtPQTa8hDlrkbvbQuDxk8Za?dl=0

Summary of results that are ABNORMAL (reference range in parentheses):

Blood Panel:

- Elevated Creatinine: 142 umol/L (62-115)
- Low Lactate Dehydrogenase: 124 U/L (125-220)
- Low White Blood Cell Count: 3.45 10e9/L (3.88-10.49)
- Low Neutrophil Count: 1.47 10e9/L (1.56-6.52)

Stool Sample:

- Positive test for Entamoeba histolytica: (negative)
- Positive test for Norovirus GI: (negative)
- Low Bifidobacter: 8.1 10e9 (>8.9)
- High Staphylococcus spp.: 6.5 10e5 (<1 10e4)
- Low SIgA: 473 ug/mL (510-2040)
- High Lactoferrin: 13.35 ug/mL (0.07-7.2)

Other tests:

- Low gfr: 53 ml/min/1.7 (>60)

Relevant test results that are NORMAL:

- Testosterone: Normal
- Progresterone: Normal
- Anti-Thyroglobulin Ab: Normal
- Anti-Thyroperoxidase Ab: Normal
- B12: Normal
- 25-OH-Vitamin D2 and D3: Normal
- H-Pylory: Negative

Other normal results (from other tests, not in the Dropbox folder)

- HIV: Negative
- Other STD's: Negative
- Prostate: Normal, apart from small chalky spots
- SIBO Breath Test: Negative
- Common Food Allergies: Negative, e.g. Gluten, Lactose
- Serum tryptase: Normal (to detect mast cell activation syndrome, taken two times when out of and in POIS)

Diagnoses:

- slightly lowered kidney function (checked regularly)

Notes: The earliest tests for with high creatinine are from 2003. I don't have earlier tests for creatinine. POIS started between 2003 and 2005. I cannot rule out a relationship. Low Neutrophils go back also to 2003. Again, I don't have earlier test results, and thus cannot rule out a connection to POIS.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: aswinpras06 on August 07, 2018, 07:40:10 AM
My recent blood test results done for an acute lung infection.  My doctors have diagnosed my condition as bronchiectasis based on ct scan and have given me asthma medications for 3 months until review. 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5x2qmne0p3e1jnv/AACeKjqr6peSH5hWJdUhobqda?dl=0
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Nas on August 17, 2018, 11:51:34 AM
A guy on Reddit named Homelius (https://www.reddit.com/user/Homelius) Posted his DNA test results: https://imgur.com/a/itzdrLg
It shows poor Methylation. Not sure if it correlates at all with POIS but it's a test never the less.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: certainlypois2 on August 19, 2018, 05:13:08 PM
I have more complete tests: There are 7 low white blood cell value and one high value and 5 on the border of low.
cbc:
(http://i64.tinypic.com/14azjnp.jpg)
urinanalysis:
(http://i64.tinypic.com/htid04.jpg)
metablolic:
(http://i65.tinypic.com/1q6909.jpg)
urea:
(http://i67.tinypic.com/29ngdgy.jpg)

(http://i65.tinypic.com/xl02vk.jpg)

croped out words
mcv
mch
mchc
rdw
platelet
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Simon66 on August 21, 2018, 01:20:10 PM
I have had a lot of tests, I will just post what is abnormal and relevant. Everything worsened a lot after taking an antibiotic called Ciprofloxacin so I guess it is related to gut bacteria. See my thread here for more information:

http://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2775.0

Amyloidosis (No indication of this disease)
Serum Free Kappa Light Chains 14.1 mg/l (3.3 -19.4)
Serum Free Lambda Light Chain 13.4 mg/l (5.71 - 26.3)
Serum Free Kappa/Lamda Ratio 1.05 (0.26 - 1.65) Please note in patients with low GFR (<15) the K:L ratio normal range changes to 0.37 - 3.1

Thyroid (My results indicate subclinical hypothyroidism that does not require treatment):
THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE * 5.83 mIU/L 0.27 - 4.2
FREE THYROXINE 18.0 pmol/l 12.0 - 22.0
FREE T3 3.2 pmol/L 3.1 - 6.8
Antibodies were negative for autoimmune thyroid disease.

Antioxidant Profile from Biolab (Elevated Superoxide Dismutase):
Alpha Carotene 0.46 umol/L 0.30 - 1.50
Beta Carotene 15.40 umol/L 0.40 - 3.00 (This is elevated because I eat tons of sweet potatoes every day)
Alpha Tocopherol [Vitamin E] 33 umol/L 25 - 60
Gamma Tocopherol [Vitamin E] 0.29 umol/L 2.0 - 8.5

Antioxidant Activity [serum total] 1.36 mmol/L 1.32 - 1.58
Antioxidant Activity [nutritional] 600 umol/L 450 ? 800
~
Ceruloplasmin [serum - trace] 16.4 mg/dl 18 - 34
Copper [plasma] 13.3 umol/L 12.5 - 25.0
GSHPx-1 [red cell] 33 IU/gm Hb 25 - 50
GSHPx-3 [plamsa] 241 IU/L 115 - 400
Paraoxonase [serum] 85 IU/L 150 - 1000
Superoxide Dismutase [red cell] * 1987 U/gHb 1102 ? 1601

Vitamins/Minerals
Tested most vitamins and all found to be within range.
Homocysteine was tested twice, first was 15.10 umol/L and then a week later was 13.70 umol/L (ref <15), suggests B12 is bit low.
Whole blood tests for minerals were within range except Manganese was a bit low.

Bone Tests:
Osteocalcin * 48.7 ug/L 9.0 - 40.0
Beta-CTx (Crosslaps-Serum DPD) * 1.21 ng/ml < 0.58

Sex hormones (High SHBG):
D.H.E.A. Sulphate 10.5 umol/L 0.44 - 13.4
FOLLICLE STIM. HORMONE 4.0 IU/L 1.5 - 12.4
LUTEINISING HORMONE 3.2 IU/L 1.7 - 8.6
TESTOSTERONE 12.7 nmol/L 7.6 - 31.4
Reference Ranges apply to adults
SEX HORMONE BINDING GLOB * 84 nmol/L 16 - 55
Testosterone/SHBG Ratio * 15.1 24 - 104

Cholesterol (Lipids are very high and I'm not overweight):
TRIGLYCERIDES 1.23 mmol/L 0.00 - 2.30
CHOLESTEROL *5.79 mmol/L 0.00 - 4.99
HDL CHOLESTEROL *1.66 mmol/L 0.90 - 1.50
LDL CHOLESTEROL *3.57 mmol/L 0.00 - 3.00
NON-HDL CHOLESTEROL *4.13 mmol/L 0.00 - 3.89

Steroid hormones during a flare:
CORTISOL *688.000 nmol/l 133.00 - 537.00
Aldosterone SERUM/PLASMA * 2210 pmol/l 61 - 970

16S Microbiome test from Atlas Biomed (I don't have any printout of results, they are visible in a webpage with diagrams, so I can't post all of it)
- I am missing a number of important butyrate-producing bacteria such as faecalibacterium, roseburia, coprococcus, akkermansia. I also have very low eubacterium.
- I am also missing a non-butyrate bacteria called Lactobacillus.
- Bifidobacteria is about 2.4%.

Butyrate maintains the gut lining, it also produces regulatory immune cells that prevent autoimmune disease. People with Celiac disease and IBS have been found to have low butyrate bacteria. I think when we orgasm, oxidative stress rises and our butyrate bacteria cannot produce enough butyrate to suppress it so we get damage to the body.

Immune
Lymphocytes CD3, CD4, CD8 all normal.
Interleukins 1B, 2, 6, 8, 10, TNF, CRP, ESR all normal.

Viruses/Bacteria
Syphilis - Neg
HIV - Neg
Hep B - Neg
Hep C - Neg
HSV 1 - Neg
HSV 2 - Neg
Enterovirus IGM - Neg
Toxoplasma IGM/IGG - Neg
Lyme ELISA - Neg
Cytomegalovirus - Neg
Mycoplasma pneumoniae IgG/IgM - Neg
Psittacosis/L.G.V. Antibodies - Neg
Adenovirus C.F.T - Neg
EBV IGG/IGM - Neg
HHV6 - Possibly latent past infection or negative, the lab couldn't decide. Very low titre.
VZV - IGM is negative, I have had chicken pox as a child so would assume IGG shows latent virus.

Hair Analysis
Very high Aluminium and Zirconium levels - Report suggested that deodorant caused this.

Mitochondrial
Lactate - Normal

Aminos Acids (No GABA detected and low in GABA precursors like Leucine, Glutamine, Valine, Serine)
_URINE AMINO ACIDS QUANTITATION_
Ref Range:
AMINO ACID Result (uM/mM Crea) Reference Range (uM/mM Crea)
~
Phosphoserine 4 Not Detected
Taurine 58 16-180
Phosphoethanolamine 3 Not Detected
Aspartic Acid 2 2-7
Hydroxyproline 1 <13
Threonine *6 7-29
Serine *16 21-50
Asparagine 4 <23
Glutamic Acid 1 <12
Glutamine 20 20-76
Sarcosine 0 Not Detected
Alpha Aminoadipic acid 1 Not Detected
Proline 0 <9
Glycine 46 43-173
Alanine 21 16-68
Citrulline 1 <4
Alpha Aminobutyric 0 <4
Valine 3 3-13
Cystine 3 3-17
Methionine *1 2-16
Isoleucine 1 <4
Leucine *1 2-11
Tyrosine 3 2-23
Phenylalanine 3 2-19
Beta Alanine 2 Not Detected
Beta Aminoisobutyric 2 <91
GABA 0 Not Detected
Ethanolamine 17 Not Detected
Tryptophan 0 Not Detected
Hydroxylysine 0 Not Detected
Ornithine 2 <5
Lysine 7 7-58
1-Methylhistidine 59 Not Detected
Histidine *25 26-153
3-Methylhistidine *14 19-47
Anserine 1 Not Detected
Carnosine 5 Not Detected
Arginine 1 <5
-
Creatinine 1469 mg/l

Lab Interpretation:
Aminoacids (U): Essentially normal urinary excretion of
physiological aminoacids. Excluded are cystinuria, Hartnup
disease, and lysinuric protein intolerance. No generalised
hyperaminoaciduria.

Sex Hormones August 2019 (All normal except very high Prolactin but this test was 12 hours after an O)
Albumin                    42.1 g/L (Range: 35 - 50)
SHBG                       25.4 nmol/L (Range: 18.3 - 54.1)
FSH                          4.19 IU/L (Range: 1.5 - 12.4)
LH                            4.7 IU/L (Range: 1.7 - 8.6)
Oestradiol                 61.5 pmol/L (Range: 41 - 159)
Testosterone             11 nmol/L (Range: 8.64 - 29)
Free Testosterone - Calc. 0.255 nmol/L (Range: 0.2 - 0.62)
Free Androgen Index 43.31 Ratio (Range: 24 - 104)
Prolactin                 638 mU/L (Range: 86 - 324)
DHEA Sulphate        5.180 umol/L (Range: 4.34 - 12.2)

Vitamins/Minerals (These tests were taken at a time when I was very sick and could only eat Sweet potato with chicken everyday, hence the high Beta-Carotene and maybe it also explains the elevated B6
Vitamin A (Retinol)           2.46            umol/l     1.05 - 3.84        Deficiency: < 0.66  Toxic: > 4.87   (according to WHO guideline)
Beta-Carotene               * 13.3            umol/L    0.28 - 2.33
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)      27.5            ug/l        15 - 70
Vitamin B2                       79.6            ug/l        40 - 140
Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide) 9.7              ug/l         8 - 100
Vitamin B5 (Panthothenic acid) 53.9      ug/l        25 - 80
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)     * 40.4          ug/l        8.7 - 27.2         
Biotin (Vitamin H)             250             pg/ml       > 250
Active Vitamin B12            68               pmol/L     25.1 – 165.0
Vitamin C                         57.9            umol/L      > 11.4                               
25 OH Vitamin D               59               nmol/L     50 - 200   Interpretation of results:  Deficient: <25 nmol/L  Insufficient: 25 - 49 nmol/L 
                                                                                                              Normal Range: 50 - 200 nmol/L  Consider reducing dose: >200 nmol/L
Vitamin E (alpha Tocopherol)  27.9        umol/l     11.6 - 46.4
Red cell folate                    449            nmol/L    285.4 - 1474.7     <150 nmol/L is associated with folate deficiency

Whole Blood Chromium     <1.0    ug/l              < 1
Whole Blood Potassium     1850    mg/l         1450 - 2100
Whole Blood Calcium        63.0    mg/l           48 - 65
Whole Blood Copper          1.03    mg/l          0.8 - 1.65
Whole Blood Magnesium    39.0    mg/l           29 - 42
Whole Blood Manganese    *5.1    ug/l            7 - 11
Whole Blood Zinc              6.9     mg/l          4.0 - 7.6
Whole Blood Selenium       103     ug/l           85 - 200

Mast Cell Activation / Histamine intolerance
Serum Tryptase                      4.7          ug/l      Up to 11
Diamine Oxidase Activity      * 6.5          U/ml                                                    < 3    : Histamine intolerance indicated                                 
                                                                                                                      3 - 10 : Histamine intolerance probable                               
                                                                                                                       > 10   : Histamine intolerance improbable

What has possibly helped
It's difficult to pinpoint things when you gradually improve over time.
- I've taken many single-strain probiotics, Lactobacillus species seem most helpful. Plantarum 299v, Lindens Pro Bio Live Max, BioGaia. I don't find probiotics reliable though, they only work sometimes.
- Sovereign Labs Colostrum LD (Vanilla flavour) may have helped.
- Allicin Max (The one with the UK flag on the front)
- Thorne Molybdenum Glycinate
- Maybe some standard B6 (not the active P5P form)
- Now L-Lysine powder (not the capsules but the pure powder)
- Doctor's Best Sam-e (Avoid the Jarrow brand, it seems to damage my digestive system)

Comment
Mitochondrial dysfunction? Gut Dysbiosis? Shame the medical profession have no interest in helping me, this illness has completely ruined my life.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:19:42 PM
Iwillbeatthis

Low coper(probly serum)

Copper Result : 9.3        reference interval: 12.5-25
Maganese Result : 8.2    reference interval: 9-40
Zinc Result : 9.8             reference interval : 11.5-20
Red cell Magnesium : 1.99 reference interval: 2.08-3.00     
B2 Result : 1.50 reference interval : <1.20 normal 1.20-1.30 borderline >1.30 deficient
Low coper(probly serum)





Simon66

Low coper, low celuloplazmin, hi cortisol, low testosterone, low T/shbg ratio,
low aminoacids and some of them complitly mising( posible patern for poisers).



Ceruloplasmin [serum - trace] 16.4 mg/dl 18 - 34
Copper [plasma] 13.3 umol/L 12.5 - 25.0
CORTISOL *688.000 nmol/l 133.00 - 537.00
TESTOSTERONE 12.7 nmol/L 7.6 - 31.4
Testosterone/SHBG Ratio * 15.1 24 - 104



Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:21:38 PM
joelawerence

low testosterone, liwer enzaym hi, he olso have glucose probl,
Hi tsh

The results from this blood test are:
Testosterone : Very low - 5.8 (minimum threshold of 8.0)
although increased from last time because I took this test in
the morning as overnight fasting was needed for the glucose test
Blood Glucose : High - 7.0 (max threshold of 6.0 for fasting)
Liver enzymes : High (dont know the values)
Thyroid : Normal (dont know the values)
 high TSH (Thyroid stimulating hormone)




Simulacrum
Low testosterone hi estradiol, high tsh, neurotransmiters low
 
Diagnosed for subclinical hypotharoisam -high tsh, normal t3 and t4 levels
subclinical hypotharoisam.


Last week I had my total testosterone, free testosterone,
 and estradiol checked.
My total testosterone and free testosterone are all significantly low,
 and I am estrogen dominant.

Had neurotransmitter tests done a couple weeks ago,
 and it stated that my norepinephrine, epinephrine, GABA, pea, glutamate, dopamine,
 and serotonin were all low and below the normal 'feel good' range.



Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:24:18 PM
quotz

Low testosterone

- Low Testosterone levels 242 ng/dl, very low for a 21 year old.





lith65

Low testosterone

I yust got back from my doctors today after taking some blood work.


  According to the tests, I'm at an extremely low level of testosterone.
  259 L when he told me it should be around 800 for my age - I'm 21.




Green


low testosterone

I was referred to an Endocrinologist and although it was agreed that my testosterone
levels fell below the reference range 212 ng/dl (250-1100 ng/dl)


Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:26:37 PM
Investigator.

low white blod cels.

My doctor, looking at a bunch of lab tests, told me,
among other things, that my white blood cells are alittle low - for that,
it is better to be at cold temperatures,
this increases the amount of white blood cells.




Chrushgrapes

low testosterone , hi estradiol, low t/shgb ratio, hi DHT


Labs


Me @ 2-3 days after O
Testosterone (Saliva) 110 pg/mL 44-148 (Age Dependent)
Cortisol (Saliva) 2.4 L ng/mL 3.7-9.5 (morning)
Cortisol (Saliva) 2.2 ng/mL 1.2-3.0 (noon)
Cortisol (Saliva) 0.5 L ng/mL 0.6-1.9 (evening)
Cortisol (Saliva) 0.4 ng/mL 0.4-1.0 (night)
Estradiol (Blood Spot) 38 pg/mL 12-56
Testosterone (Blood Spot) 229 L ng/dL 400-1200 (Age Dependent)
Ratio: T/SHBG (Blood Spot) N/A .7 - 1.0
DHEAS (Blood Spot) 245 ?g/dL 70-325
SHBG (Blood Spot) <15 L nmol/L 15-50
PSA (Blood Spot) <0.5 ng/mL <0.5-4 (optimal 0.5-2)
Free T4 (Blood Spot)* 1.7 ng/dL 0.7-2.5
Free T3 (Blood Spot) 3.6 pg/mL 2.5-6.5
TSH (Blood Spot) 0.5 ?U/mL 0.5-3.0
TPOab (Blood Spot)* 20 IU/mL 0-150 (70-150 borderline)

3 Month No O
Testosterone 337.3 ng/dL  249.0-836.0
TSH 0.76 uIU/mL 0.27-4.20
Cortisol AM 12.3 ug/dL 6.2-19.4
HGB A1C 5.7 % H 4.0-5.6


My Saliva Test @ 2-3 days after O
17-OHP, SALIVA, AM 45.4 H 19.5 - 25.9 pg/ml
ANDROSTENEDIONE,SALIVA,AM 155 H 7 - 89 pg/ml


EDS
15 minutes before ?O? at 10:00 pm ?       result = normal @ 0.4 (range 0.4 ? 1.0)
15 minutes after at 10:45pm ?          result = low @ 0.2 (range 1.2 ? 3.0)
The next morning - 9 hours after at 7:00 am ?    result = low @ 3.3 (range 3.7 ? 9.5)
The next evening - 23 hours after at 9:00 pm ?    result = low @ 0.1 (range 0.6 ? 1.9)
Estradiol ? result = high @ 58 (range 12 -56)
Testosterone ? result = low @ 342 (range 400 ? 1200)
Ratio T/SHBG ? result = low @ 0.3 (range 0.7 ? 1.0)
DHEAS ? result = normal @ 125 (range 70 ? 325
SHBG ? result = normal @ 36 (range 15 ? 50)
PSA ? result = normal @ 1.1 (range <0.5 ? 4)
Free T4 ? result = normal @ 0.7 ? 2.5)
Free T3 ? result = normal @ 3.4 (range 2.5 ? 6.5)
TSH ? result = normal @ 3.0 (range 0.5 ? 3.0)
TPO ? result = high @ 380 (range 0 ? 150 w/70 being borderline)

Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: fernab on October 04, 2018, 12:28:11 PM
Abnormal Tests:

1.- Discarded celiac disease by duodenal biopsy in 2015 and 2018.

2.- antibodies related with celiac disease:
   anti tTG + anti DPG (IgA+IgG):
       ? september 2015: 39.1 (positive)
       ? march 2016: 128 (positive)
       ? march 2018: 234 (positive)
3.- anti DPG IgA 12 U/ml (positive in march 2018, previously negative).

4.- Genetic analysis of celiac disease:
     Antigen histocompatibility HLA DQ2 negative:
      DQ2 Negative
    Not detected alleles conferring risk of celiac disease
   HLA-DQA1*0501: Negative
   HLA-DQA1*0201: Negative

   HLA-DQB1*0201: Negative
   HLA-DQB1*0202: Negative

     Antigen histocompatibility HLA DQ8 negative:
      DQ8 Negative
   Not detected alleles conferring risk of celiac disease
   HLA-DQA1*03.   : Negative
   HLA-DQB1*0302: Negative


3.- Ferritin 424 ng/ml (30.0-300.0) out of range (march 2018)

4.- Kidney function sometimes out of range (not always)
Creatinine 1.34 mg/dl (0.6-1.2).
Last Creatinine 1.07 mg/dl (august 2018).
also some hematuria in urine.

5.- Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the entire spine(June 2018):
     multiple focal lesions were observed in the dorsal and lumbar spine, hyperintense in T2 and most of them isointense in T1, although the larger lesions have a trabecular structure suggesting that they are hemangiomas. However, given that the signal characteristics in the T1 sequence are not typical of hemangioma, it is recommended to do image control to assess evolution.

6.- Pelvic Magnetic Resonance Imaging (March 2018):
prostate of conserved size showing some slight hyperintense areas in the peripheral region predominantly in third that could be suggestive of slight post-prostatitis changes. There are no suspicious lesions of malignancy in the prostate. Seminal vesicle without alterations. Perineal region without significant alterations.
     

7.- Insulin antibodies(May 2018):
Positive (f.p. 9.2%)
A positive result is considered when the fixation percentage (f.p.) is greater than 8.2

8.- Normal blood glucose curve(August 2018).

I will continue adding more tests...
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:29:54 PM
Lodewijkp


Low white blod cels, hyperinsulinemia with reactive hypoglycemia.

i have hyperinsulinemia with reactive hypoglycemia,
 my endocrinologist told me it's likely caused by a rare disorder
 but she stopped treating me because she had no idea what the underlying cause is.
 insulin levels are high, they are 58 uIU/ml but my insulin sensitivity is good so
 no diabetes. i got both symptoms from high insulin and reactive hypoglycemia.
 another significant factor is that blood worked showed that i have
a shortage of white blood cells.




Twp06242014

Low testosterone.

He tested my blood for various specific things.
A few momths ago my regular doc tested my testosterone and it
came back a bit on the low side around 386 i think.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:31:33 PM
caveeater

low white blod cels, low vitamin d .

I have Vitamin D defficiency and POIS. Im not sure if they are related or not.
I also have a low white blood cell count.
My doctor has given me a prescription for vitamin D and hopes this will
correct the low blood cell count.





lapoisse

low testosterone

I got low testo, I had 5 endocrino around me asking question,
2nd result came righ, they don't even answer my calls.





Nas.car

Low testosterone

I also add that I have low testosterone and LH and FSH
levels below the normal, there is definitely something
wrong even in my pituitary gland .
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:35:39 PM

Alessandro84


low testosterone, low free T olso


I also have normal-low testosterone and low levels of free testosterone.



FornicationDE

low testosterone, hi cortisol.

I am having low testosterone and light Cushing symptoms that make me feel weak.





Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:39:10 PM
Vicet m


general blod tests


White Blood Count         6.2K/UL            4.5-11.0
Red Blood Count          5.01M/UL                 4.70-6.10
Hemoglobin            15.1 g/dl            14.0-18.0
Hematocrit            42.6%            42.0-52.0
MCV                       85.0 fL            80.0-94.0
MCH                       30.1 pg            27.0-34.0
MCHC               35.4 g/dl            32.0-36.0
RDW               12.3%            11.0-15.0
MPV                       9.6 fL            7.4-10.4
Platelet Count            332 K/UL                 150-450
Neut%               54.7%            42.0-75.0
Lym%               32.3%            15.0-40.0
Mono%               12.0%         H   3.0-11.0
Eos%               0.5%            0.0-7.0
Baso%               0.3%            0.0-3.0
Neu#               3..3 K/mm3         1.5-7.7
Lym#               2.0 K/mm3         1.4-3.9
Mono#               0.7 K/mm3         0.2-1.0
Eos#               0.0 K/mm3         0.0-0.7
Baso#               0.0 K/mm3         0.0-0.3
IG%                       0.2%            0.0-1.0
IG#                       0.01 K/mm3         0.00-0.10

Test Name                                Result                    Flag     Reference
Sed Rate                                  5 mm/hr                           1-15

NA                      138.0 mmoI/L         137.0-145.0
K                      3.70 mmoI/L         3.60-5.30
Cl                      97.0 mmoI/L      L   98.0-110.0
CO2                      26.0 mmoI/L         22.0-32.0
Glucose               88 mg/dl                 65-99
BUN                      16.0 mg/dl                     7.0-23.0
Crea                      1.00 mg/dl                 0.70-1.30
Ca                      9.6 mg/dl                 0.70-1.30
Total Protein            8.80 g/dl            H   6.30-8.20
AlbuminP                   5.40 g/dl            H   3.50-5.00
AST                      25 iu/l            15-46
Alkaline Phosphase         61 iu/l            38-126
ALT                      7 iu/l                L   13-69
T. Bilirubin                   1.20 mg/dl                0.20-1.30
cGFR-AA                   >60 ML/MIN/1.7      60-125mL/min/1.73m/S/2
cGFR-O               >60 ML/MIN/1.7      60-125mL/min/1.73m/S/2


Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:40:29 PM
Habibou

A lot of abnormality from tests.



-Ig M =      249%                        260%         (of the normal avergave)
-Ig G =       99%                            90%
-Ig A =       49%                           60%           
-Ig E =      190%
   C3 =      124%                            98%
   C4 =        73%                           42%


                                     January
-adrenaline           <0.50 nmol/l         < 1.00
-noradrenaline        8.53 nmol/l       < 4.00             1443 ng/l      < 675
-dopamine            <0.50 nmol/l         <1.00


Unrina :

-adrenaline       0.02 umol/l           < 0.10
-noradrenaline   0.42 umol/l          < 0.50
-dopamine        1.34 umol/l           < 3.00

All the blood tests were done 2 hours after an O.
The red standards are the unusual ones !

Last blood tests abnormal standards (with an 2 O 12 and 10 hours before)
                                                   June
TGMH                           33.3 pg        (27.0 - 32.0)
VMP                              10.3 fl          (6.0 - 10.0)
Reticulocytes                 30 giga/l        (50 - 100)
Phosphatase alkalines    128 U/l         (37 - 111)
Cholesterol                    4.04 mmol/l   (4.40 - 6.45)
Albumin                        48.6 g/l        (38.0 - 46.0)

November 2011
D Vitamin = 10 ng/ml      (30 -100)





Hoping

From what is he tested- all normal.

I am an active, healthy, 26-year-old American male.
 Unfortunately, all of my tests were in the normal range.

(O within 24-48 hours of testing. I can't remember exactly)

Test                  Result              Normal Range
Glucose                        85                  65-99
Urea Nitrogen               12                  7-25
Creatinine                    1.16                0.80-1.30
Sodium                       141                  135-146
Potassium                    4.3                  3.5-5.3
Chloride                      103                  98-110
Carbon dioxide             27                  21-33
Calcium                       9.8                  8.6-10.2
Protein, total               7.2                  6.2-8.3
Albumin                      4.8                  3.6-5.1
Globulin                      2.4                  2.1-3.7
Bilirubin                      1.0                  0.2-1.2
Alkaline Phosphatase    55                  40-115
AST                          18                   10-40
ALT                          17                   9-60


Testosterone Test
                        Result    Normal Range
Testosterone,         666             250-1100
total, LC/MS/MS

Testosterone, free   119.0          35.0-155.0
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:43:04 PM
Demografx

low testosterone hi prolactin


I took a blood test one week after release, POIS-free.
 My endocrinologist comments on my hormone test results:

"Your testosterone concentration is low and prolactin is high.
 If I cannot explain it by the medications/supplements you were taking I'll
 want to schedule an MRI of your pituitary gland."





EDS from NS forum

Low testosterone , hi estradiol, low t/shbg ratio, tpo hi ...


Hello everyone!


I tested Cortisol in the following manner:
15 minutes before ?O? at 10:00 pm ?       result = normal @ 0.4 (range 0.4 ? 1.0)
15 minutes after at 10:45pm ?          result = low @ 0.2 (range 1.2 ? 3.0)
The next morning - 9 hours after at 7:00 am ?    result = low @ 3.3 (range 3.7 ? 9.5)
The next evening - 23 hours after at 9:00 pm ?    result = low @ 0.1 (range 0.6 ? 1.9)



I sampled the blood spots 33 hours after ?O? so I knew it would be as bad as it gets for me.
The blood tests results were as follows:

Estradiol ?       result = high @ 58 (range 12 -56)
Testosterone ?    result = low @ 342 (range 400 ? 1200)
Ratio T/SHBG ?    result = low @ 0.3 (range 0.7 ? 1.0)
DHEAS ?       result = normal @ 125 (range 70 ? 325
SHBG ?       result = normal @ 36 (range 15 ? 50)
PSA ?          result = normal @ 1.1 (range <0.5 ? 4)
Free T4 ?       result = normal @ 0.7 ? 2.5)
Free T3 ?       result = normal @ 3.4 (range 2.5 ? 6.5)
TSH ?          result = normal @ 3.0 (range 0.5 ? 3.0)
TPO ?          result = high @ 380 (range 0 ? 150 w/70 being borderline)



Yohhn 21 from NS


Hi hawy metals


Here are my (out of range) results from a heavy metals urine test:
Unprovoked:
Mercury => High Normal
Nickel    => Very High
Lead     =>  Normal

Provoked:
Mercury => High
Nickel    => Very High
Lead     => High
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:45:01 PM
Robb23 from NS


Low testosterone, low shbg, low white blod cels, hi prolactin.


I took some blood tests last year and discovered I had low total testosterone,
 407 ng/dl on a scale of 400-1080 ng/dl. Results from two later tests were even lower,
 9.056 nmol/L and 9.682 nmol/L (on a scale of 6.07-27.1 nmol/L).
 Doctors said these levels were all "within normal range" but they look very low to me.
 Also low were SHBG (19 nmol/L scale 11-80 nmol/L), E2 (68.00 pmol/L scale 73.40-275.25 pmol/L),
 and my white blood cell count (4.5 x10^3/uL on a scale of 4.8-10.0 x10^3/uL).
 Prolactin was high (261.59 mIU/L scale 55.97-278.36 mIU/L). TSH was 2.5 uIU/ML
 (scale 0.35-6.00 uIU/ML) and later 1.780 uIU/ML (scale 0.27-4.2 uIU/ML).





Acronaym from NS


Low white blod cels neutrophils, diagnosed lyme disease



     I do have an irregular immune system though.
 What I do have is Lymphopenia with reduced Neutrophils,
 T Cells and Lymphocytes. The doctors did not do anything about
 it as I hardly ever get any infections anymore (which is weird
 in that now I never get a cold) so they seem to think the lower
 numbers are coping well. I was diagnosed with Lyme disease earlier this year,
 so that supposedly might explain my irregular lymphocyte subsets.

 






Jferr from NS




Pregnenolone:           196, (55-455)
Growth Hormone:      4.16, (0.01-0.97) Very High
Free Insulin:              2.2 Micro IU/mL, (1.4-14)

Catecholamines
Norepinephrine:         271 pg/mL, [(70-750) - supine] [(200-1700) - standing]
Epinephrine:              18 pg/mL, [(Undetectable-110) - supine] [(Undetectable-140) - standing]
Dopamine:                 <10 pg/mL, (<30 no postural change) <---? Confused me

Free T3:                    3.4 pg/mL, (2.5-3.9)
Follicle Stimlating Hormone:  1.6mIU/mL, (1.3 - 19.3) Lower End
DHEA:                       3.2 ng/mL, (<13)
Progesterone:            1.07 ng/mL, (0.1-0.8) High
Prolactin:                   6.2 ng/mL, (2.6 - 13.1)
Vitamin B12:              560 pg/ml, (180 - 914)
Folic Acid:                  >20 ng/ml, (3.0-20) Mildly High
Cortisol, PM:              14.6 ug/dL, (3.1 - 16.7)
Total Testosterone:     422 ng/dL, (175 - 781)

Thyroid Tests
TSH:                         2.64 uIU/mL, (0.34 - 5.60)
ESR:                         1 mm/Hr, (0 - 15) Mildly High

CBC
WBC:                        5.8 1000/uL, (4.5 - 11.0)
RBC                          5.33 MiL/uL, (4.20 - 5.80)
Hemoglobin:              14 g/dL, (13.1 - 17.1)
Hematocrit:               43.4 %, (40 - 51)
MCV:                        81.4 fL, (80 - 100)
MCH:                        26.3 pG, (27 - 34) Low
MCHC:                      32.4 g/dL, (31.0 - 36.0)
RDW:                       13.5 %, (11.5 - 14.5)
Platelet Count:          164 1000/uL, (140 - 400)
Lymphocytes:           24.0 %, (17.0 - 40.0)
Neutrophils:              67.2 %, (48.0 - 75.0)
Monocytes:               6.3 %, (0.0 - 14.0)
Eosinophilis:             1.9 %, (0.0 - 5.0)
Basophils:                 0.6 %, (0.0 - 3.0)

CMP
NA:                          139 mmol/L, (136 - 145)
K:                            4.1 mmol/L, (3.5 - 5.3)
CL:                          102 mmol/L, (98 - 107)
CO2:                        28 mmol/L, (22 - 32)
Calcium:                   9.4 mg/dL, (8.4 - 10.2)
Bun:                         16 mg/dL, (7 - 26)
Creatinine:                0.90 mg/dL, (0.60 - 1.30)
eGFR:                       110 mL/mi/1.73 sq m, (>60)
Bun/Creatinine Ratio: 17.8
Glucose:                   88 mg/dL, (70 - 105)
Total Protein:            7.8 g/dL, (6.5 - 8.3)
Albumin:                   4.4 g/dL, (3.5 - 5.0)
Globulin:                   3.4 g/dL
A/G Ratio:                 
Total Bilirubin:           0.4 mg/dL, (0.2 - 1.2)
Alkaline Phos:           85 IU/L, (32 - 92)
ALT (SGPT):             16 IU/L, (10 - 40)
AST (SGOT):            22 IU/L, (10 - 42)

Lipid Profile
Triglycerides:           39 mg/dL, (35 - 160) Mildly Low
Chloresterol:            132 mg/dL, (100 - 200)
HDL:                        42 mg/dL, (29 - 71)
LDL (Calculation):     82 mg/dL, (62 - 130)

Glycohemoglobulin:  5.7, (0.0 - 5.9) Mildly High

Thyroid Tests 2
T3 Uptake:               41.30 %, (32.00 - 48.40)
T4:                          9.69 ug/dL, (6.09 - 12.23)
FTI:                         4.0
Total T3L                  131.12 ng/dL, (87.00 - 178.00)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 04, 2018, 12:46:45 PM
CertainlyPOIS from NS




Hi acth, total t in lower side.




doctor was ****** about it
said i shouldnot worry about high ACTH because cortisol is not low.
DID TEST AT AROUND 1-30PM IT WAS ORDERED 1;25PM     
results                              ref
cortiosl 14                       AM 4-22 UG/DL      PM  3-17 UG/DL
FREE T3  4.0                         2.3 -4.2 PG/ML
FREE T4  1.45                        .71-1.85 NG/DL
TSH     1.523                        .35 - 5.50 uIU/ml
FSH     .8                           1 - 12 miu/ml
lh      4.3                          2-12    miu/ml 19- 50
prolactin 8.4                        3-20 ng/ml
ACTH    60.0                    am 9 - 52  pm  4-35 pg/ml
thyroid peroxidase antibody <10      0 -35  Iu/ml

        Testosterone i have two different results, dont know why

first
F test    111   47 -244 pg/ml
% F test   2.5   1.6- 2.9
total test 446   280 - 1070 ng/dl
shbg   23         13 -71 nmol/l
dhea   15.0     dont know range         

other testorone


testosterone 431   400 - 1080 ng/dl
shbg 27   11 -80 nmol/l
testosterone  bioavailable   249.5   130.0  - 680.0
testosterone, free  87.76   47.0 - 244.0 pg/ml
estrone 21.8               9-36 pg/ml




Martin88 from ns


Hi Acth, elevated creatine.





New tests results:
From the same batch I have made few weeks ago :
(POIS day 3, early in the morning, blood test in hospital)
ACTH 16.0 (2.0-11.0) pmol/L ,  I was surprised by this one,
 I don't know how to interpret this result..
Cortisol : 533 (138-690)nmol/L 

(POIS day 3, 24h urine test in hospital)
Creatinine 17.3  (7.1-15.9) MMOL/D
Cortisol, I'll repor








Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: demografx on October 04, 2018, 03:06:39 PM
For those of you who have been following some of the more detailed info of my 10 years’ successful TRT treatment for my testosterone deficiency, resulting in greatly improved POIS symptoms... here are my latest lab results:

PREPARED for: “demografx”

Testosterone, Free, Total and SHBG (Women & Children/Men w/Androgen Deficiency) - Details

About This Test
      Details/Past Results/Graph of Past Results



9/27/2018  6:38 AM

Component Results
Component
Value
Ref Range & Units
Status
Testosterone, LC-MS/MS (see my next post below for explanation of 
LC-MS/MS)


300
300 - 720 ng/dL
Final
REFERENCE INTERVAL: Testosterone, LC-MS/MS
Access complete set of age- and/or gender-specific reference
intervals for this test in the XXXX Laboratory Test Directory


Test developed and characteristics determined by XXXX
Laboratories. See Compliance Statement B
Sex Hormone Binding Globulin

36
11 - 80 nmol/L
Final
REFERENCE INTERVAL: Sex Hormone Binding Globulin

Access complete set of age- and/or gender-specific reference
intervals for this test in the XXXX Laboratory Test Directory

Testosterone, Free LC-MS/MS

51.3
47.0 - 244.0 pg/mL
Final
To convert to pmol/L, multiply pg/mL by 3.47

The concentration of Free Testosterone is derived from a
mathematical expression based on the constant for the binding of
testosterone to sex hormone binding globulin.

REFERENCE INTERVAL: Testosterone, Free LC-MS/MS

Access complete set of age- and/or gender-specific reference
intervals for this test in the XXXX Laboratory Test Directory


Test developed and characteristics determined by XXXX
Laboratories. See Compliance Statement B

Performed by XXXX Laboratories,


Lab and Collection
Testosterone, Free, Total and SHBG (Women & Children/Men w/Androgen Deficiency) on 9/20/2018

Reviewed By
My Primary Care MD on 9/28/2018  8:08 AM


Collection Information
Specimen ID:
Blood

Collected:
9/20/2018 1434

Received:
9/21/2018 2227

Testing Performed By
XXXX Lab - Abbreviation
Name
Director
Address
Valid Date Range
XXXX Lab
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on October 08, 2018, 12:37:12 PM
BuckarooBan



As it turns out, I have heterozygous genetic disorder that causes antitrypsin deficiency.  This is used to moderate immune system response in the lungs to foreign particulate.  It can cause liver disorder.  So I saw a hepetologist.  He wasn't concerned since i'm only heterozygous, but he wanted to do a liver biopsy.  He didn't even ask about my diet or anything so I said no.


Alpha-1-Antitrypsin, Quant
67 mg/dL (Low)
Reference Range:100 - 190

and

Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Phenotype
MZ band(s)
Heterozygous for M and Z isoforms. This phenotype may be associated with modestly reduced alpha-1-antitrypsin concentrations.

I've never experienced lung problems.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Vandemolen on October 11, 2018, 12:20:00 PM
Bloodtest Vandemolen (I combined a few bloodtest in the last years because not all things were tested in 1 blood test)

Hemotology
ESR: 3. Reference range (RR)0-15
Hemaglobin: 9.8. RR: 8.5-11
Hematocrit: 0.40. RR: 0.40-0.50
Mean Corpuscular Volume: 84. RR: 80-100
Erythocytes: 4.89. RR: 4.50-5.50
Trombocytes: 6.0. RR: 6.0
Leucocytes: 5.6. RR: 4.0-10.0
Neutrophils: 2.95. RR: 2.0-7.0
Basophilic granulocytes: 0.05. RR: 0-0.20
Eosinophilic granuloctyes: 0.15. RR: 0.00-0.45
Lymphocytes: 2.01. RR: 0.50-4.50
Moncytes: 0.41. RR: 0-0.80.
Ferritin: 54. RR: 25-250
Amalyse 92. RR: 0-99

Clininal Chemie
Urea: 3.5 (in 2016). RR: 2.5-6.5
Creatinine: 85. RR: 64-104
eGFR (MDRD): higher than 60. RR: higher than 60
eGFR (CKD-EPI): higher than 90. RR: higher than 90
Natrium: 141. RR: 135-145
Calcium: 2.59. RR: 2.15-2.65
Magnesium: 0.95 (in 2016). RR: 0.70-1.00
Uric acid: 0.37. RR: 0.20-0.38
ASAT: 29. RR: 0-34
ALAT: 26. RR: 0-44
Alkaline Phosphoatase: 56. RR: 40-120
gammaGT: 35. RR: 0-54
Tryptase: 5.0. RR: 0-11.4
Triglycerides: 2.4 (in 2016). RR: 0-2.0
Glucose: 5 (in 2016). RR: 4-6
Vitamin B12: 525. RR: 130-700
Methylmalonic serum: 221. RR: less than 350
Homocysteine: 9. RR: 0-15
Folic acid: 29. RR: 6-39
Vitamin D (25-OH): 173. RR: higher than 50
Iron: 13. RR: 14-30
Transferrin: 2.3. RR: 2-4
Cholesterol: 7.21. RR: 2.50-6.50
LDL cholesterol: 3.6. RR: less than 2.5
HDL cholesterol: 1.0. RR: less than 1.0

Endocrinology
TSH: 8.1 RR: 0.55-4.8
Free T4: 17.5. RR: 10-26
Thyriod Peroxidase antibodies: 25. RR: less than 50
Cortisol: 0.19. RR: 0.03
Testosterone: 9.6. RR: 10-30
Free testosterone: 280. RR: 174-729
SHBG: 21. RR: 13-71
DHEA-S: 7.0. RR: 2.6-14
PTH: 1.6. RR: 1.6-6.8
PSA: 2.3 (in 2016). RR: 0-2.0
LH: 2.0. RR: 1.5-9.3
FSH: 3.3. RR: 1.4-18.

Immonology
C-reactive protein: 1. RR: 0-10
IgA: 1.22. RR: 0.70-4.00
iGe: 64 (in 2015). RR: 1-90
IgM: 0.26. RR: 0.40-2.30
IgG: 10.0. RR: 7.0-16.0
t-TransGlut IgA: less than 1 (in 2011). RR: 0-5
Prolactin: 0.29 (in 2011). RR: 0-0.32
Progestrone: 1.8 (in 2010). RR: 0.7-4.3
HCG + beta: less than 1 (in 2011). RR: 0-1
ANA-titer: 1.160. RR: less than 1.80
ENA-screening: neg. RR: neg
Ds-DNA as: less than 10. RR: 0-35
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Nas on October 26, 2018, 10:09:08 AM
So this is a documentation of my chronic Urethritis and Cystits. The documentation shows no evidence of any sort of infection.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1voKz6VVCs0umbO-G9ShNOGP5Qu9JTkn5
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Nas on October 31, 2018, 01:45:03 PM
Just done a testosterone and estradol test, both came out normal:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1e0PaO53o6DOgrVA4LJh1Z46ZoaInXa38/view?usp=drivesdk
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Nas on November 04, 2018, 11:36:48 AM
-This is a WBC test, results are normal across the board. I was on my fourth day after orgasm:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1y-Xa9gSzfeBvwWkEud_vJ0qQJGAPpSTP/view?usp=drivesdk
-I also did a WBC after 5 minutes of smoking a cigarette ( smoking induces POIS symptoms for me). Everything was also completely normal:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=10aNGW2pYH3zCNKPfTIJLTNakbFnb3O32
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Nas on November 18, 2018, 01:58:47 PM
I've done a serum ATCH and Cortisol test. I have normal ATCH levels and high Cortisol levels:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XUgm4VVhL04-pAXXR5MyIU7-KvJ0jzs9
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on December 08, 2018, 03:40:52 PM
Notable things in my blood tests

Antibodies:
:ENA Sm/RNP- Positive
ANA Tire - HEp2 Nuclear pattern - speckle - Second pattern : FND 1/640
Antinuclear antibodies titre - 1/640

Low serum folate - 2.6 ug/l in 2016 - 3.4 in 2018 - Normal ranges - 3.1-20.50 ug/l

EBV Virus
EBV capsid IgG level- Detected (Consistent with past not recent infection with EBV)
EB virus IgM antiobdy level - Not detected


Unsure if these mean anything:
Renal profile
Serum sodium - 146 mmol/L  Normal range : 135-145mmol/L

FBC Lymphocyte count - 1.2 - Normal range : 1.2-3.5

Tissue transglutaminase Abs - (DUFF) - 0.3 Normal range 0-7
(Serologically negative for coeliac disease)

Please let me know if you any thoughts on these as I don't really know what they mean. I am planning to get a lot more blood tests in specific things so please let me know the important ones I should get as I'm unsure what to get done. Do you think I should be in a POIS state when I have the tests done or not. I know for neurotransmitter ones it would make a big difference.
Title: My estradiol, progesterone and testosterone
Post by: BoneBroth on December 08, 2018, 05:33:44 PM
And here is the result of my salive and blood test of estradiol, progesterone, testosterone done by ZRT_laboratory (zrtlab.com). Money spent: about $200. Samples collected at 13 august 2018. Unfortunately I dont remember if I was in a pois period when I collected the samples. Probably not because if I was, I wouldnt be able to fill in the form because of the headache.

Saliva result: Very low in testosterone. Score 7. Normal range 44-148
Blood result: Very low in testosterone. Score 114. Normal range 400-1200

Estradiol, progesterone within range but in lower section.

There was also a long story attached with the test results proposing lifestyle changes. I could past it here is someone is interested.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on January 10, 2019, 12:18:12 PM
Disaster stated he has low levels of IgG subclasses 1 and 3 but normal 2 and 4. (https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=305.msg22540#msg22540)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BoneBroth on January 15, 2019, 08:40:26 AM
I have some interesting new results from a physiospect frequence analyse yesterday.

- My testosteronelevels are becoming normal from beeing very low, it is due to applying hormone balancing Yam cream on my arm for a month time, the therapeut said. I suspect it is also due to more walking activity, moderate weight lifting and increasing supplementing with zink, magnesium.
- Parasites, bacteria and virus are present in the body, due to low immune system. Colostrum will kill them.
- Inflammation in the body and gut due to leaky gut (probably due to POIS reaction). Aloe Vera and calcium bentonite clay (along with anti stress practice) with fix it. This might be one of the keys to POIS.
- Beginning osteoporosis. Probably bevause of low pH. Maybe an affect of POIS as well.

I reallly recommend a physiospect analyses/treatment. It actually lowered my brain fog in 1-2 hours.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on January 21, 2019, 07:18:05 AM
Kurtosis genetics tests results.
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=820.msg8029#msg8029

The histamine theory is more about mast cell instability to be honest but here are my methylation genes.
Thanks to http://geneticgenie.org

I've made the things that are anomalies bold and those that are double mutations are underlined.

methylation analysis via gene genie.
Gene & Variation   rsID   Alleles   Result
COMT V158M   rs4680   GG   -/-
COMT H62H   rs4633   CC   -/-
COMT -61 P199P   rs769224   GG   -/-
VDR Bsm   rs1544410   CT   +/-
VDR Taq   rs731236   AG   +/-

VDR Fok I         
MAO A R297R   rs6323   T   +
ACAT1-02   rs3741049   GG   -/-
MTHFR C677T   rs1801133   AG   +/-
MTHFR 03 P39P   rs2066470   GG   -/-
MTHFR A1298C   rs1801131   GT   +/-
MTR A2756G   rs1805087   AA   -/-
MTRR A66G   rs1801394   AG   +/-
MTRR H595Y   rs10380   CT   +/-
MTRR K350A   rs162036   AG   +/-
MTRR R415T   rs2287780   CC   -/-
MTRR S275T         
MTRR A664A   rs1802059   AG   +/-
BHMT-01         
BHMT-02   rs567754   CC   -/-
BHMT-04   rs617219   AA   -/-
BHMT-08   rs651852   CT   +/-
ACHY-01   rs819147   CT   +/-
ACHY-02   rs819134   AG   +/-
ACHY-19   rs819171   CT   +/-
CBS C699T   rs234706   AG   +/-
CBS A360A   rs1801181   AG   +/-
CBS N212N   rs2298758   GG   -/-
SUOX S370S         
NOS 3 D298E         
SHMT1 C1420T   rs1979277   AG   +/-

So that's MAO A (impacts histamine metabolism) and a bunch of MTHFR/MTRR and CBS mutations.
Interesting.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on January 21, 2019, 08:29:38 AM
I haven't done enough research to know what most of this means, but here are my methylation results:
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2728.msg24633#msg24633

    MTHFR A1298C - heterozygous
    VDR bsm - homozygous
    COMT V158M - heterozygous
    COMT H62H - heterozygous
    MTRR A66G - heterozygous

Curioscharacter genetics tests results.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: nanna1 on January 31, 2019, 09:46:12 PM
Published Case Study (2016)
  "Here we present a 45 year old Egyptian engineer who had been in a stable marriage for 10 years and had 3 children. Shortly post-orgasm (within 4?5 seconds), he feels severe fatigue, tiredness and exhaustion with severe muscular, bone and joint pains so that opening his hands becomes very painful. The condition is accompanied by headache, a pale face, eye irritation, low concentration, anxiety and dizziness with severe itching. The patient reported that these manifestations started early with puberty and increased in severity with age and occur with all orgasms whatever the type of sexual activity; night emission, masturbation or vaginal ejaculation. These manifestations are so severe that during the first 2 days post-orgasm he can't go to work, though they gradually fade and disappear by the 5th day. The patient abstains from sexual activity, although he has a strong desire and rigid erections. He has no history of chronic diseases, operations or drug intake except for life-long atopic manifestations of bronchial asthma, allergic rhinitis and neurodermatitis and occasionally uses symptomatic treatment to treat these manifestations.

  On examination the patient had fair general health, was well built and had complete secondary sex characters. His weight was 97 kg, height was 177 cm and blood pressure was 125/85 mm/Hg."

(https://i.imgur.com/ceDV0bW.png)
From Post-orgasmic illness syndrome: a case report (AM Attia, 2016) (https://f1000research.com/articles/2-113/v1)

keywords: testosterone, prolactin, cortisol, DHEA, thyroid stimulating hormone, alanine transanimase, aspartate transanimase
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: demografx on February 04, 2019, 05:57:18 PM
From Naked Science Forum: POIS thread - -

Hey guys. Just want to post my story to add more to the database. (I wrote the first part of this post in November I believe)

I have been dealing with POIS since I was 17 years old, getting worse every year, and now I am 23. I have tried many medications with limited success.

Symptoms
-Brain fog
-Anxiety, social anxiety
-Fatigue
-Eyes hurt
-Loss of motivation, mild depression
-Pain
-Loss of appetite

I have a history of moderate drug use. First was marijuana when I was 15-18 years old on and off. I had my first panic attack from it and got anxiety for the first time in my life which got better but never went away to how it was before.

I used adderal on and off as well, sometimes using high doses very occasionally. I have since not used any alcohol or drugs in 4+ years besides marijuana which I also quit 6 months ago after using for a short period again. In this period it seemed marijuana used before orgasm would help the POIS.

I have done a lot of blood tests, as well as a mineral hair analysis. I will post them all below.

I have two sets of thyroid labs. The first - 3 months ago, the second - a few weeks ago after taking 75 mcg T4 for a month. Iron, ferritin and ceruloplasmin about 10 months ago. I'll check it all again in a month or two. I take zinc picolinate 45 mg, sodium-copper-chlorophyllin 12 mg, 100 mcg tocotrienols, lithium orotate 5 mg, vitamin K2 mk7 100 mcg.

Ceruloplasmin 20 (18-36 mg / dL)
Ferritin 46 (20-345ng / mL)
Iron 80 (50-195mcg / dL)
TSH 13.94 (0.40-4.50mIu / L)
Free T4 0.8 (0.77-1.50ng / dL)

TSH 1.652 (0.360- 5.490microInter.Units / mL)
Free T4 1.12 (0.77-1.50ng / dL)

SODIUM 139 135-146 mmol / L
POTASSIUM 4.4 3.5-5.3 mmol / L
CALCIUM 9.7 8.6-10.3 mg / dL
CHLORIDE 103 98-110 mmol / L
Magnesium 2.1 (1.5-2.5mg / dL)

Vitamin B12 845 (211-911pg / mL)
Folate 6 (0.9-15.6ng / mL)
Vitamin D 35 (30-100ng / mL)

Testosterone 542 (300-1080ng / dL )
Zinc 85 (60-120mcg / dL)
Copper 67 (70-140mcg / dL)
WBC 3.8 (4.5-11.0x10'3 / microL)
RBC 5.52 (4.20-6.10x10'3 / microL)
HGB 16.4 (11.6-17.6g / dL)
Platelet 143 (125-400x10'3 / microL)
MPV 12.6 (9.3-12.0fL)
Glucose 93 (65-99mg / dL)

These tests from 5 months ago
Estrone 31 (
Prolactin 11 (2-18ng / mL)
Estradiol 20 <OR = 39pg / mL)
Progesterone 0.5 (<1.4ng / mL)
Ferritin 46 (20-345ng / mL)
Iron 80 (50-195mcg / dL)
TIBC 330 (250-425mcg / dL)
% Saturation 24 (15-80%)
Selenium 112 (63-160 mcg / L)
RBC Magnesium 5.6 (4.0-6.4 mg / dL)

Ca / Mg ratio- 9.16, NA / K- 1.73, Zn / Cu 20.9, Ca / K 25.82, Na / Mg 0.61, Fe / Cu 0.52.

Hypothyroidism, low cortisol, low testosterone (fixed, taking zinc picolinate 45 mg per month. Low zinc levels (fixed with zinc) Low copper levels, low ceruloplasmin, very high levels of arsenic on HTMA, iron levels are quite good.

A few things to note. I have a very strong libido, even when my testosterone was very low. I also have a very difficult time refraining from porn. POIS worse from porn + masturbation vs. sex. It seems that I have a dopamine problem, because I am always craving things like junk food, sugar, porn, etc. When I watch porn even without orgasm, my body starts to shiver and I get cold and shaky. Which would lead me to think an adrenal problem.

I have not eaten corn gluten corn or soy for 4 years, as a result of which my antibodies to Hashimoto reached normal levels.

I refrained from porn / masturbation for 4 months of this year, in which I felt much better, but not 100%. I was still having sex during that time.

I am going to do more blood tests in about a month and later on a mineral hair analysis.

Update as of December-
I got a blood test again and here are the results. Aldosterone was EXTREMELY low. And the reverse t3 is high. Based on these results, I'm going to reduce sodium intake and raise potassium, and also take licorice root to raise aldosterone. Also try DHEA. This is after taking 75 mcg T4 and 15 mcg T3 during the month. Also chlorophyll for copper (6-8 mg per day). I will work up to 25mcg to T3. I'm going to stop the t4 for a bit and use only t3 lower reverse t3, and then try to add in a small dose of t4 again.

Aldosterone <1 ng / dL
of ACTH 18 (6-50pg / mL)
of Cortisol 10.9 (4.0-22.0mcg / dL)
the Free t3 4.3 (2.3-4.2pg / mL)
the Free t4 1.4 (0.8-1.8 ng / dL)
Reverse t3 22 (8-25ng / dL)
Ferritin 127 (20-345ng / mL)
Prolactin 7.9 (2-18ng / mL)
Testosterone 500 (250-827ng / dL)
TSH 0.05 (0.4-4.5mIU / L)
Estradiol 16 (<OR = 39pg / mL)
Vitamin D, 25-OH 53 (30-100ng / mL)
Vitamin D, 1.25 (OH) 2 36 (18-72pg / mL)

My theory for why I have POIS is a mix of the following:
-Adrenal fatigue
-Hypothyroidism
-Low dopamine and serotonin (Low serotonin= high sex drive) from drug use

Hopefully this post helps someone else with similar issues. I will keep updating
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Nas on February 05, 2019, 07:19:14 PM
Blood pressure 5 minutes after orgasm: 111-65
Heart rate: 79
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on February 13, 2019, 07:13:14 PM
Dizzy genetics test results:

That said, I have a homozygous SNPs in
COMT, VDR taq, MTRR, BHMT.
And heterozygous SNPs in MTHFR, BHMT and CBS (to name a few).
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on March 01, 2019, 11:58:13 AM
Member  poisioq - elevated prolactin(elevated prolactin could be the couse of
hypogonadism in poisers),
Hi ige , igf1....-(indicate posible parasitic infection, alergic reactions....
Intresting, member reporting that in fasting periods he get rid of pois...
That olso lead me to xoliar indicated to alergic asthma and mcas patients...

UPDATE 5#

Since my last update I had 2 blood test. In both of them prolactin resulted into the limits.
But for my last blood test my doctor requested also 2 unusal things: IGF-1 and IgE, that both came up above their normal ranges:

IgE   562,00 UI/mL   (<120,00)
IGF-1   279,80 ng/mL   (96,40 - 227,80)

Update #2

After 2 months on Cabergoline I had another blood test. Now prolactine is in the range: 13 ng/mL [3.5 - 19.4].
In my last 2 analysis it was 55.9  and 41.5 ng/mL.

Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: fernab on March 01, 2019, 02:12:48 PM
These are my test results for some hormones.

This test is from may 2018. I had not had any kind of emition before this test. I think I was in abstinence like right now:

FSH: 4.53 mUI/ml
LH: 2.97 mUI/ml
Progesterone: 0.19 ng/ml (LOW in men should be between 0.28 and 1.22
Prolactine: 13.70 ng/ml (in my test 13.2 is the upper limit, so seems to be a bit HIGH)
Testosterone: 4.18 ng/ml
Free testosterone: 9.7 pg/ml
Cortisol: 10.74 ug/dl

I found those results. Prolactine included. But all are normal. Except for progesterone that was LOW.

Could that be linked to POIS in any way?
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on March 01, 2019, 04:08:15 PM
Meber David. Low t hi prolactin....

My test was 330 ng/dl ref(250-836),
without cabergoline my prolactin was was 275 mkME/ml  ref(86-324)
with cabergoline 0.25/0.125 mg per week it dropped down to 56my E2(estradiol) was 12.5pg/ml ref(11.26-43.25)
cabergoline and clomid gave me strong relief for upto 50% i was able to restore my enegry and mood two times faster after big O, two days instead of 4 days (its like a base after which i feel my self much better but still experience some fatigue full restoration usually took 7 days)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: nanna1 on March 02, 2019, 09:54:21 AM
jakov from the Russian "POIScenter .net" site:
http://www.poiscenter.net/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=1694#p15143

Here is a partial list of results:
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: demografx on March 04, 2019, 09:43:48 PM
Thanks, nanna1!
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: kingfisher on March 11, 2019, 07:56:28 AM
Cmv test results are same as for me : IgG positive but PCR test negative. 
also for me HIV, HBSAg, Hep C, HSV, H.Pylori are all negative.
Have not checked for EBV.

Other blood results:
Complete blood count parameters are all in normal range
ESR is normal
Total IgG and IgE are in normal range.
CRP is normal
Vitamin D is in normal range
Vitamin B12 is in normal range
Liver function tests are normal.
Electrolytes are all normal. (Na, K, Ca)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: fernab on March 11, 2019, 10:53:21 AM
Here is my Natural Killer test results:

Lymphocyte populations (May 2018):

T4 (CD3/CD4) : 53.65% (Normal range: 33 - 58)

T8 (CD3/CD8): 18.67% (Normal range: 13 - 40)

Quotient CD4/CD8: 2.87 (Normal range: 1 - 2)

Total lymphocytes: 1190 /mmc

CD16+CD13- (natural killer cells): 12%

CD56 (natural killer activity cells): 14%

CD3-CD56+CD16+: 11%
CD3-CD56+CD16+: 131 /mmc

CD3-CD56+CD16-: 1%
CD3-CD56+CD16-: 12 /mmc

CD3-CD56-CD16+: 1%
CD3-CD56-CD16+: 12 /mmc

Natural Killer T lymphocytes (NK-T): 2%
(NKT Cells) CD3+CD56+: 24 /mmc
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: fernab on March 27, 2019, 05:47:55 AM
My serology:

HBV:
  HBs Ag: Negative
  Total HBc : Negative
  HBs Ac: Negative

HAV: Negative

HCV: Negative

HIV 1 / 2: Negative

Toxoplasma Gondii:
  IgM:  Negative
  IgG:. Positive (Past infection)

Syphilis: Negative

Epstein-Barr Virus:
  IgM: Negative
  IgG: Positive (Past infection)

Citomegalovirus (August 2015, I had already POIS):
  IgM: Negative
  IgG: Negative

 (November 2017):
  IgM: Negative
  IgG: Positive (Past infection. Having POIS before contracted)

Adenovirus: Negative

HSV-1: IgG Positive (Since childhood)
HSV-2: IgG Negative

Varicella zoster: IgG Positive (Since childhood)

VHH-8 : Negative

Parvovirus: IgG Positive (Past infection)

Borrelia Burgdorferi (Lyme desease):
  IgG: Negative
  IgM: Negative.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Nas on April 02, 2019, 12:53:01 PM
Vitamin b12 and D are low:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1H-Gx4YaeMJTJiiQSertvGyHSLSmZx24f/view?usp=drivesdk
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Alessandro84 on April 24, 2019, 04:14:36 AM
My serum uric acid values are:

-7,6 mg/ dL [3,5 - 7,2]          June 2018
-8,0 mg/ dL [3,5 - 7,2]          February 2019

These checks were done the day after orgasm, I don't know if they are different without POIS symptoms...
Does anybody know if there is a link with POIS?
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on July 24, 2019, 01:20:23 PM
Hopeoneday wbc count test results.

Eosinophil gran : 0.1       ref( 0-7)
Neutrophils gran : 43,0L   ref (44-72)
Basophils  gran: 0.5         ref(0-1) 
lymphocytes        52         ref(20-40)

I did found my WBC count test results done 12 years before, they are complitly the same.


So my observation of imunocompromised poisers is continued.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: nanna1 on August 08, 2019, 05:13:04 PM
(https://i.imgur.com/57VPVG0.png)

"Case 1
  The first case is that of a 57-year-old male... Over the 6 years preceding presentation, he had noticed a gradual onset of symptoms following orgasm. The patient describes experiencing severe physical and mental tiredness and lethargy soon after orgasm. He also complained of flu-like symptoms with myalgia, especially in his legs, excessive sweating, and poor concentration with mental dullness. These symptoms were at times associated with right-sided headache. The collection of symptoms lasts up to 3 days, during which the patient feels that his ability to perform his normal physical and mental activity is impaired.

...After engaging in sexual activity without having orgasm, he does not experience any symptoms. He is a physically active and fit man who exercises regularly, and is able to ride a bike for several hours a week. He does not report any similar symptoms while exercising. The only other situation in which he has experienced similar symptoms is following excessive alcohol ingestion.

...The patient denies any sexual or genital pain. There is no history or clinical features of psychiatric illness, and specifically he has never been diagnosed with depression, anxiety, or psychosis.
...His past medical history includes irritable bowel syndrome and mild hypercholesterolemia.
-From: Ashby J, and Goldmeier D. Postorgasm illness syndrome: A spectrum of illnesses. J Sex Med 2010;7:1976-1981. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20214722)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on October 08, 2019, 11:07:41 AM
POST COITAL ALLERGY - A CASE REPORT OF POST ORGASMIC ILLNESS SYNDROME (https://www.revmedchir.ro/index.php/revmedchir/article/view/1798/1449)

Lab tests showed:

Total IgE  =  12  UI/L, normal(<100 UI/L) in adults
 
Seminal-fluid specific IgE  =  45kUI/L (normal  range  <  0.35  kUI/L)

CIC  (Circulating Immune Complexes)  =  45 UI/ml
CIC reference value (https://www.mayocliniclabs.com/test-catalog/Clinical+and+Interpretive/91497):
Negative                       <20 UI/mL
Borderline/Equivocal     20  -  25 UI/mL
Positive                        >25 UI/mL
1 EU = 1 UI = 1 IU = 1 IE

Serum complement  =  570  UI, normal>900 UI. Dr. Stafie: "Its value, decreased, is proof that it was consumed in the immune process."
 
(++)presence of cryoglobulins
Abbreviation (https://www.qegateshead.nhs.uk/sites/default/files/users/user1/Approved%20abbreviations%20for%20use%20in%20Clinical%20Records%20and%20letters.pdf): + / ++ / +++ Present or Noted / Present Significantly / Present in Excess
"The cryoglobulins test is negative (no cryoglobulins found) in most healthy people and is not routinely ordered for those without symptoms. When the test is positive, it means that cryoglobulins are present and have the potential to precipitate upon exposure to cold." Ref (https://labtestsonline.org/tests/cryoglobulins)

Skin prick test with his own semen resulted in a 14 mm wheal and erythema (+1).

History:
Endoscopically diagnosed gastric ulcer.
History of recurrent low urinary tract infections.
Very  demanding  job
High  blood  pressure  (145/90  mm  Hg)
One  of  his  children  was diagnosed  with  atopic  dermatitis.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: b_jim on October 09, 2019, 12:37:07 PM
Very nice.
Seminal-fluid specific IgE  => The test  we need !
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: aswinpras06 on October 26, 2019, 07:46:47 AM
My vitamin b12 and vitamin D levels taken during a acute exacerbation of bronchiectasis.  Many other blood tests are done I will post them once I get the entire reports.     Please click on the post to get the image of the file attached.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BluesBrother on December 17, 2019, 10:16:36 AM
A while ago I had a comprehensive examination at the immunology department of a university hospital. They did two blood tests, one in a state without POIS and one 4 hours after ejaculation. They also performed a skin prick test with my semen. Here are the results

Results from blood tests in no-POIS state:

- TNF alpha 32.6 pg/ml above reference range (<12.0)

other results normal:

   - IgG
   - IgA
   - IgM
   - IgD
   - C3c
   - C4
   - neopterin
   - anca
   - slL-2
   - Rez
   - IFN-Gamma
   - lgE 39.9 kU/l (Ref <100)
   - Sperm o70 <0.10 kU/l
   - Tryptase 4.57 mug/l (Ref <11.4)

skin prick test with own semen: negative

Results from blood tests 4 hours after ejaculation:

all normal:

   - Tryptase
   - C3c
   - C4
   - complement system activity
   - slL-2
   - lL-5
   - lL-6
   - lL-8
   - lL-10
   - lL-12
   - IFN-Gamma
   - TNF alpha
   - serotonin 689 nmol/l (Ref <950nmol/l)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on December 17, 2019, 06:25:18 PM
As my observation teled me that some poisers could hawe lyme disiese

B Jim - diagnosed lyme disiese.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on December 17, 2019, 06:28:20 PM
Eliasjoelrivera lyme disiese diagnosed.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: nanna1 on January 07, 2020, 05:11:27 PM
(https://i.imgur.com/W4Fy9kW.png)
De Amicis, K., et. al., "Immunophenotypical Characterization of a Brazilian POIS (Post-Orgasmic Illness Syndrome) Patient: Adding More Pieces to Puzzle" (2019) (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0092623X.2019.1677835)

The patient tested negative for HIV.
Table 1 shows an immune deficiency of natural killer (NK) cells and B cells. Also there is an over expression of CD56- NK cell subclass, showing impairment of the innate immune response. There is overexpression of monocytes relative to the healthy controls.
"When a detailed evaluation of the effector cells involved in the immune response was performed, a monocyte increase and an NK cell decrease were observed in the patient with POIS in comparison to the controls, with a reduction in total B cells and normal T cells count. Some studies have shown a decrease of NK cell percentage in association with a reduction of activity of these cells in peripheral blood of patients with depression. Other mental disorders such as mental stress, autism and obsessive-compulsive disorder have also been reported to present lower NK cell activity."
-De Amicis, K., et. al., "Immunophenotypical Characterization of a Brazilian POIS (Post-Orgasmic Illness Syndrome) Patient: Adding More Pieces to Puzzle" (2019) (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0092623X.2019.1677835)

Table 2 shows that autologous semen injection immune therapy was ineffective.
"In conclusion, we did not confirm the hypothesis that POIS is an auto allergic IgE-mediated syndrome and the patient showed no improvement after immunotherapy."
-De Amicis, K., et. al., "Immunophenotypical Characterization of a Brazilian POIS (Post-Orgasmic Illness Syndrome) Patient: Adding More Pieces to Puzzle" (2019) (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0092623X.2019.1677835)

 
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on February 06, 2020, 09:16:38 AM
Poiscenter member Bream:

About 5 years ago i had my testosteron tested, which was low at 6.8 (ref 9-38). After a year of taking andriol (testosterone, 40mg) the level even dropped to 3.8. When i stopped taking Andriol testosteron went up to 13. My vitamin D level was 18 last year (ref 32 - 86) and some of the B's were low. Ref (https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=146.msg1225#msg1225)

In 2010 my feces was tested on several things among which beta-defensin 2 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beta-defensin_2).
- beta-defensin 2: 139,20 ++ (ref < 23, so 6 times the maximum value). Ref (https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=146.msg1344#msg1344)

I have asked him to post all of his data, but haven't seen anything from him yet so I'm posting this in case he forgets.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on February 28, 2020, 06:27:35 AM
This is medical tests resalts treed.
Put yours posts in disscusion treed.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BluesBrother on April 03, 2020, 05:09:36 AM
My results from a recent checkup with an endocrinologist (in German, but you will hopefully still be able to figure out what was tested for).

Test was performed when I was not experiencing POIS symptoms. Results are in the final column, reference range in the second-to-final column.

(https://i.imgur.com/aO9BqBF.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/0Z500vy.png)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: nanna1 on April 18, 2020, 03:54:15 PM
POIS case study involving "subcutaneous injections of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG)... 1500IU injected subcutaneously three times per week": Successful treatment of Post-orgasmic illness syndrome with human chorionic gonadotropin (2019) (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221444201930453X?fbclid=IwAR141vgIvBqRmEQQ6ohjbqO8SrhZ16Vo2xgIKfj1dY-laV5fN3Q_yFHvT_c)

Note: Direct quotes from the linked paper are italicized.

"A 25 year old single heterosexual man was seen for a chief complaint of anxiety, low energy and weakness following ejaculation, accompanied by mental fog and difficulty with word-finding. He avoided social contacts during his symptomatic period. Onset of symptoms could be immediate or delayed by 2-3 days, and would last 1-2 weeks. Symptoms began at 16 years with sexual maturity and continued to the present time, regardless of whether ejaculation occurred via masturbation or intercourse with a female partner...
...he was single and orgasm frequency was once every 2-3 months..
...Adderall provided some benefit for the brain fog. He was under the care of a psychiatrist for anxiety, treated with propranolol. Alprazolam was prescribed as needed for POIS, but provided minor benefit. Trials of treatment for POIS with bupropion, and Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) were unsuccessful."


height: 6 feet
weight: 175 lbs
BMI: 23.7

His testosterone levels were tested twice prior to hCG treatment period.
2 years prior to treatment:
serum total testosterone: 293 ng/dl   ref range: 249-836 ng/dL (https://www.healthcare.uiowa.edu/path_handbook/handbook/test1802.html)
calc free testosterone: 33 pg/mL   ref range: 32-168 pg/mL (https://www.healthcare.uiowa.edu/path_handbook/handbook/test1802.html)

During the study, before starting the hCG treatment:
serum total testosterone: 374 ng/dl   ref range: 249-836 ng/dL (https://www.healthcare.uiowa.edu/path_handbook/handbook/test1802.html)
free testosterone: 140 pg/mL   ref range: 32-168 pg/mL (https://www.healthcare.uiowa.edu/path_handbook/handbook/test1802.html)
luteinizing hormone 4.7 mIU/L
hematocrit 44.7%

During the study, after 6 weeks of hCG treatment:
serum total testosterone: 952 ng/dl   ref range: 249-836 ng/dL (https://www.healthcare.uiowa.edu/path_handbook/handbook/test1802.html)
free testosterone: 280 pg/mL   ref range: 32-168 pg/mL (https://www.healthcare.uiowa.edu/path_handbook/handbook/test1802.html)
Luteinizing Hormone "...LH and FSH were below threshold limits."

6 week follow-up (POIS symptoms completely resolved):
"At six-week follow-up his symptoms had resolved completely, and he had discontinued use of alprazolam. He ejaculated more frequently, and experienced no weakness, anxiety, brain fog, or malaise afterwards. He noted improved mood, overall energy, and libido...He reported this was the first time since he was 16y that he could experience orgasm without negative physical or emotional consequences afterwards."

6 month (~24 week) follow-up (POIS symptoms partially returned):
"At six months of follow-up he continued hCG treatment, was happy, and masturbated several times per month. He still described mild POIS symptoms immediately following orgasm, but these resolved within 12 h and were not bothersome. Importantly, he no longer experienced dread with anticipated sexual activity."

Note: Both the 6 week and 6 month follow-ups were assessed while the patient was receiving 1500IU subcutaneous hCG injection treatments.
Title: Results of SIBO test
Post by: BoneBroth on July 16, 2020, 12:08:31 PM
Here are the result of my recently made SIBO test. SIBO stands for Small Intestine Bacteria Overgrowth. The solution I drank was lactulose.

Summary:
Increase of methane: 43 ppm (high)
Expected: < 12 ppm

Increase of hydrogen (H2): 6 ppm (normal)
Expected: < 12 ppm

Increase in combined H2 & CH4: 49 ppm (high)
Expected: < 12 ppm

The gut and intestine is the mother of all health and a bad absorption of nutrition can to wreak havoc on all hormone systems and possibly be one cause of POIS.
I have to fix this and see what it does with my POIS.

Would be nice to see others SIBO results too!
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on July 23, 2020, 06:57:06 AM
Postorgasmic illness syndrome: випадок із практики (http://www.irbis-nbuv.gov.ua/cgi-bin/irbis_nbuv/cgiirbis_64.exe?C21COM=2&I21DBN=UJRN&P21DBN=UJRN&IMAGE_FILE_DOWNLOAD=1&Image_file_name=PDF/Msps_2013_18_4_21.pdf)

The patient was born from second pregnancy, the first ended in miscarriage a year earlier. Born on time, full-term, with great weight, with phenomena of acute perinatal lesions of the CNS with bilateral pyramidal insufficiency for which he received treatment. The condition improved from the 5th day, from the 7th day of breastfeeding discharged from supervision in satisfactory condition.

At the age of 14-15, he began to notice a deterioration in health after masturbation. The severity and duration of symptoms were significantly less. It is possible that he began to notice more symptoms due to the appearance of a permanent partner and the beginning of employment after graduation, when he began to regularly note a decrease in efficiency. The patient has a higher education, speciality "electrical engineering and electrical technology", works in shifts at the power plant.

Symptoms appear shortly after orgasm (from sex, masturbation, pollution (translation error?) or sexual arousal). Usually the duration of deterioration is 2-10 days. Mostly the patient notes apathy, fatigue, inability to concentrate ? scattered attention until the disability and inability to perform routine work, the decrease in muscle strength, difficulty in performing activities that require mental strain, hearing disorders (worse hearing of whispered speech), increased sweating, reluctance to comply with the usual load (even to go out), the subjective feeling of eye sclera change.

Examination (only listing abnormalities):

Transrectal ultrasound of the prostate - signs of diffuse changes in the prostate, ultrasound of the scrotum - signs of right varicocele. The patient is consulted by a psychoneurologist. Conclusion: asthenic syndrome. The patient is scheduled for additional examination and treatment for chronic prostatitis.

Calcium 2.54 mmol/L, reference range: 2,15-2,50 mmol/L
Serum Iron 37,3 μmol/l, reference range: 5,83-34,50  μmol/l
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: nanna1 on August 07, 2020, 03:25:00 PM
Arata, Kenta, et al. "Nonsteroidal anti‐inflammatory drugs are effective against postorgasmic illness syndrome: A case report. (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/cia2.12123)" Journal of Cutaneous Immunology and Allergy (2020).

Note: Direct quotes from the linked paper are italicized.

"  A 28‐year‐old male visited our hospital due to problems he was experiencing after ejaculating. He had suffered from sweating, discomfort, fatigue, nasal discharge, headaches, and generalized erythema for several days since the first time he ejaculated at the age of 13. The symptoms were always induced after masturbation. He had no partner, had never had sexual intercourse, and experienced premature ejaculation. In addition, he had suffered from moderate atopic dermatitis (AD). Serum total IgE level was 415 IU/mL. He had been treated with antihistamines and herbal medicines for his symptoms after ejaculation, but they were ineffective. He was clinically diagnosed with postorgasmic illness syndrome (POIS), because his symptoms were consistent with the five diagnostic criteria described by Waldinger et. al. (Table S1) (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1743-6109.2010.02166.x). We performed skin prick tests (SPT) and intradermal tests (IDT) according to the methods reported previously (Jiang, Xi, Li, Yin, 2015 (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jsm.12813)). The SPT and IDT were conducted using autologous semen at dilutions of x1 to x1/10 000, and x1/100 to x1/10 000, respectively. It has been shown that SPT (x1 to x1/10 000) and IDT (x1/1000 and x1/10 000) reactions to autologous semen were not seen in control subjects. In our case, SPT reactions were greatly increased at dilutions of x1 to 1/100, and IDT reactions were observed at dilutions of x1/100 to 1/1000 (Table 1 and Figure S1). These reactions continued for 1‐2 days. We also measured the level of seminal fluid‐specific IgE in the patient's serum using ImmunoCAP(R), which was shown to be <0.100 UA/mL. Serum levels of antinuclear and anti‐DNA antibodies were not detected."

TABLE 1. The results of skin tests to autologous semen
(https://i.imgur.com/ut6LjJm.png)

"  We treated our patient with the NSAID, diclofenac 25 mg twice a day, according to a previous report (Ashby and Goldmeier, 2010 (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1743-6109.2010.01707.x)). And his post‐ejaculation symptoms disappeared completely...
Skin reactions to autologous semen were reduced at 90 minutes after the oral administration of diclofenac 25 mg (Table 1 and Figure S2). Furthermore, the oral administration of celecoxib 100 mg once a day was also effective against the patient's symptoms.

  In our case, no semen‐specific IgE was detected...We also found that celecoxib was as effective as diclofenac. These findings indicate that POIS could be caused by inflammatory mediators that are inhibited in the cyclooxygenase (COX) 2 pathway by the administration of these drugs.
"
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: CharlesB on August 07, 2020, 05:26:05 PM
This is great information - the Cox-2 theory fits right in with what my functional doc (who is troubleshooting this with me) thought.  The main clue was that Pepto Bismol makes my symptoms go away and Pepto inhibits Cox-2 pathways much more than Cox-1 (Celebrex listed from that article also targets Cox-2 specifically).

So the next steps were twofold:

1.) Find something natural without many side effects that targets Cox-2 specifically (Ie Devil?s Claw or White Willow).  This is for short term relief.

2.) Figure out what is causing Cox-2 disregulation upstream as a long term plan.

Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: berlin1984 on August 11, 2020, 11:00:43 AM
Digged out my old 23andme GeneticGenie analysis.
I think the file is more than 5 years old, this was before I associated things with orgasm (I think).

(https://i.imgur.com/HPVoA7a.png)

Searchability: COMT V158M rs4680, COMT H62H rs4633, VDR taq rs731236, MTHFR rs1801131 A1298C, MTRR rs1801394 A66G, MTRR rs162036 K350A, rs567754 BHMT-02, rs651852 BHMT-08, A360A
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: berlin1984 on August 11, 2020, 11:03:37 AM
The histamine theory is more about mast cell instability to be honest but here are my methylation genes.
Thanks to http://geneticgenie.org

I've made the things that are anomalies bold and those that are double mutations are underlined.

methylation analysis via gene genie.
Gene & Variation   rsID   Alleles   Result
COMT V158M   rs4680   GG   -/-
COMT H62H   rs4633   CC   -/-
COMT -61 P199P   rs769224   GG   -/-
VDR Bsm   rs1544410   CT   +/-
VDR Taq   rs731236   AG   +/-

VDR Fok I         
MAO A R297R   rs6323   T   +
ACAT1-02   rs3741049   GG   -/-
MTHFR C677T   rs1801133   AG   +/-
MTHFR 03 P39P   rs2066470   GG   -/-
MTHFR A1298C   rs1801131   GT   +/-
MTR A2756G   rs1805087   AA   -/-
MTRR A66G   rs1801394   AG   +/-
MTRR H595Y   rs10380   CT   +/-
MTRR K350A   rs162036   AG   +/-

MTRR R415T   rs2287780   CC   -/-
MTRR S275T         
MTRR A664A   rs1802059   AG   +/-
BHMT-01         
BHMT-02   rs567754   CC   -/-
BHMT-04   rs617219   AA   -/-
BHMT-08   rs651852   CT   +/-
ACHY-01   rs819147   CT   +/-
ACHY-02   rs819134   AG   +/-
ACHY-19   rs819171   CT   +/-
CBS C699T   rs234706   AG   +/-
CBS A360A   rs1801181   AG   +/-

CBS N212N   rs2298758   GG   -/-
SUOX S370S         
NOS 3 D298E         
SHMT1 C1420T   rs1979277   AG   +/-


Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: drop247 on August 11, 2020, 12:57:46 PM
Here's mine

(https://i.imgur.com/Se1TdfJ.jpg)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on August 30, 2020, 04:02:04 PM
Organic Acids test - Great Plains Laboratory:

High yeast/fungal metabolites (1-8) Elevations of one or more metabolites indicate a yeast/fungal overgrowth of the
gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Prescription or natural (botanical) anti-fungals, along with supplementation of high potency
multi-strain probiotics, may reduce yeast/fungal levels.

Vanillylmandelic acid (VMA) levels (34) below the mean indicate low production and/or decreased metabolism of the
neurotransmitters norepinephrine and epinephrine. Vanillylmandelic acid is a metabolite of the neurotransmitters
norepinephrine and epinephrine. Low production of VMA can be due to decreased intake or absorption of norepinephrine ’s
and epinephrine’s precursor amino acids such as phenylalanine and/or tyrosine, decreased quantities of cofactors needed
for biosynthesis of norepinephrine and epinephrine such as tetrahydrobiopterin and vitamin B6 coenzyme or decreased
amounts of cofactors such as S-adenosylmethionine (Sam-e) needed to convert norepinephrine and epinephrine to VMA.
In addition, a number of genetic variations such as single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) or mutations in MAO or
COMT genes can cause reduced production of VMA. Such SNPs are available on The Great Plains DNA methylation
pathway test which can be performed on a cheek swab. VMA values below the mean but which are much lower than HVA
values are usually due to impairment of dopamine beta hydroxylase due to Clostridia metabolites, the mold metabolite
fusaric acid, pharmaceuticals such as disulfiram, or food additives like aspartame or deficiencies of cofactors such as
vitamin C or copper. Values may be decreased in patients on monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors. Another cause for a
low VMA value is a genetic variation (single nucleotide polymorphism or SNP) of the DBH enzyme. This DBH test is now
available at The Great Plains Laboratory on blood serum. Patients with low VMA due to Clostridia metabolites or genetic
DBH deficiency should not be supplemented with phenylalanine, tyrosine, or L- DOPA.

High HVA/VMA ratio (35) the HVA/VMA ratio reflects the balance between dopamine and norepinephrine/epinephrine
production by catecholamine producing neurons in the central nervous system, sympathetic nervous system, and adrenal
gland. The most common reason for an elevation of the HVA/VMA ratio is a decreased conversion of dopamine to
norepinephrine. The enzyme responsible for this conversion, dopamine beta-hydroxylase (DBH), is copper and vitamin C
dependent so an elevated ratio could be due to deficiencies of these cofactors . The most common reason for this
elevated ratio is inhibition of this enzyme by Clostridia byproducts including HPHPA, 4-cresol, or 4-hydroxyphenylacetic
acid. Other causes of an increased ratio include inhibition of DBH by the mold metabolite fusaric acid, pharmaceuticals
such as disulfiram, or food additives like aspartame. Another cause for an elevated ratio is a genetic variation (single
nucleotide polymorphism or SNP) of the DBH enzyme. Alternatively, the activity of the DBH enzyme can be measured on
blood serum. Individuals with low DBH activity can be treated with the drug DroxidopaTM, which provides adequate
norepinephrine by an alternate biochemical pathway. This DBH test on blood serum is now available at The Great Plains
Laboratory. High ratios are common in a large number of neuropsychiatric diseases regardless of the reason for DBH
deficiency.

Pyridoxic acid (B6) levels below the mean (51) may be associated with less than optimum health conditions (low
intake, malabsorption, or dysbiosis). Supplementation with B6 or a multivitamin may be beneficial.
Pantothenic acid (B5) levels below the mean (52) may be associated with less than optimum health conditions.
Supplementation with B5 or a multivitamin may be beneficial.

Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) levels below the mean (54) may indicate a less than optimum level of the antioxidant vitamin
C. Individuals who consume large amounts of vitamin C can still have low values if the sample is taken 12 or more hours
after intake. Supplementation with buffered vitamin C taken 2 or 3 times a day is suggested.

High 2-hydroxyisovaleric acid and/or 2-hydroxyisocaproic acid (62,65) may be due to the genetic disease MSUD
(maple syrup urine disease) or dihydrolipoyl dehydrogenase deficiency. Individuals with slight to moderate elevations may
benefit from supplementing with thiamine.* Individuals high in all MSUD metabolites and have values that exceed 20 times
the upper limit may benefit from very high doses (5-20 mg/kg/day) of thiamine.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Drew1312 on September 17, 2020, 05:08:38 AM
I have primary POIS,  20 years old

TSH 2,1 uUI/mL

TPO Antibodies 4,70 AU/mL
Tyreoglobulin Antibodies 0,80 AU/mL

Prolactin 2,3 ng/mL

Testosteron 370 dL/mL

EDIT: Vitamin D  22,4 ng/mL
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: certainlypois2 on September 18, 2020, 02:51:50 AM
Drew, I moved your post to the discussion thread for  test results.
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2695.540
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: mardi on September 18, 2020, 03:17:48 AM
I have been asked to post test results related to my diagnosis of spasmophilia here. EMG exams do not result in a numerical data, but a diagram. In technical jargon, these are "doublets" or "triplets".

Attached you will find the result. The doctor's comment is in italian language, I will translate it in english:

"During the period of proximal ischemia there is, with a latency of a few seconds, spontaneous repetitive FA-type activity that promptly recedes with the cessation of the ischemic stimulus. Positive test for spasmophilia."
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: drop247 on September 18, 2020, 06:02:22 PM
Latest blood test and hormonal panel. To my disappointment the doctor didn't seem to think a Free Testosterone or SHBG test was required.

(https://i.imgur.com/7G4EQbG.jpg)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BoneBroth on September 20, 2020, 04:54:40 PM
Four years results from QRMA (quantum magnetic resonance analyzer) year 2013, 2017, 2018, 2020 (last week). There are 3 levels of severity (blue, yellow and red, where red is most severe). The vales below were almost all on the yellow level.

- Issues all 4 years: bad vascular elasticity/resistance, collagen deficiency, led (heavy metal), low pH level
- Issues last 3 measures: Vitamin B3 (Niacine) deficiency, kidney (uric acid)
- Issues last 2 years: Dificiencies in vitamin K, C, B2, Q10, copper
- Last measue (2020) issue: silicon

I also did a analyse on a Bicom Body Check machine (it's considered more reliable then the cheaper QRMA and is used on hospitals in a varity of coutries). It showed issues with:

- Peripheral nervous system
- Central nervous system
- Blood circulation (varicosis, haemorroids)
- Immunological dysbalances (prostatitis, procitis, psoriatic arthritis, chronic peptic ulcer, cystopyelitis)
- Viruses 20,954 (papillomavirus, adenoviruses)

Hormonal imbalances:
Relaxin (sperm-stimulating hormone)
ADH (antidiuretic hormone)
Secretin (digestion-regulating hormone)
Glucocorticoids (glucose-regulating hormones)
Insulin (glucose-regulating hormone)

Vitamin deficiencies:
Calciferol / vitamin D
Tocopherol / vitamin E
Bioflavonoides (secondary phytochemical)
Biotin
Folic acid

Food to avoid: milk, wheat, rye, oats, egg whites, chocolate, coffee, rice, beef, buckwheat

My comment on all this: Deficiencies in those vitamins give exactly the symtoms I have. Collagen, Vitamin K, C, E, B2, Q10, copper and silicon are the most important nutrients for blood vessels and circulation. I have varicose veins and haemorroids tendencies. Deficiencies in glucocorticoids (cortisol) promotes inflammation. low ph  => candida, yes I have that and white coating on the tounge.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: nanna1 on September 22, 2020, 07:26:32 PM
POSTORGASMIC ILLNESS SYNDROME: A CASE FROM PRACTICE (2013) (https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=uk&u=http://www.irbis-nbuv.gov.ua/cgi-bin/irbis_nbuv/cgiirbis_64.exe%3FC21COM%3D2%26I21DBN%3DUJRN%26P21DBN%3DUJRN%26IMAGE_FILE_DOWNLOAD%3D1%26Image_file_name%3DPDF/Msps_2013_18_4_21.pdf&prev=search&pto=aue)
by Kryzhanovsky ID
(https://i.imgur.com/Hw5DWhl.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/hO95cd7.png)

(https://i.imgur.com/PT0NX9A.png)

Direct quote:
"The article presents the clinical symptoms and examination results of a patient born in 1991 who applied with complaints of symptoms that occur during the day after full sexual intercourse, which accompanied by ejaculation. Most often the patient notes apathy, loss of strength, impossibility to concentrate - attention is distracted to the point of disability and inability to perform the usual work, as well as a decrease in muscle strength, difficulty in performing actions that require mental tension, hearing loss (worse hearing whispers); increased sweating, reluctance to perform the usual loads (even going outside), the subjective feeling of changing the sclera eyes. Usually the duration of deterioration is 2-10 days. Problems with self-feelings are more pronounced after sexual intercourse, but in an erased form are observed even after back contact with a partner with the appearance of sexual arousal. The above symptoms occurred from 14-15 years of age. Previously not examined and not treated. The reason for going to the doctor was desire to marry and relative disability, which violates the quality of life."
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on September 30, 2020, 01:55:09 PM
Homocysteine Result: 12.4  Ranges: 0.2-15   - Still high and indicates methylation defect

Had this test done this month but I wish I had gotten it done at the beginning of the year before liposomal glutathione, Nac, bentonite, fish oil and b vitamin and methyl donor  supplementation but doctors were being difficult, I reckon it would have been much higher as I had constant extreme brain fog like a zombie, bad autistic symptoms, bad social anxiety, food reactions, reoccuring infections, nitric oxide issues - waking up in the morning like my brain is dead.
Title: No celiac disease
Post by: BoneBroth on September 30, 2020, 02:27:38 PM
Now I got the result from a standard blood test on celiac disease (transmutaminase antibodies) and it was negative (showed no signs of gluten intolerance). But that does not mean that I have leaky gut thought, which was confirmed by the SIBO breath test (published earlier here).
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on October 01, 2020, 05:22:39 AM
Recent blood tests part one
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on October 01, 2020, 05:27:39 AM
part two
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on October 01, 2020, 05:30:01 AM
part three- tests show folate deficiency, low b lymphocytes, creatine quite high
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: drop247 on October 01, 2020, 10:48:50 AM
Interesting Iwillbeatthis.

"B-lymphocytes are more sensitive to folate deficiency than the other lymphocyte subsets. As expected, the number of neutrophils and eosinophils was significantly lower in the FAD group than in the CON group."

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3541812/ (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3541812/)

A lot of us have low neutrophils too.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: G on October 26, 2020, 02:54:11 PM
Hi all,
I like to tell you about my experience with testosteron-gel.
I suffer from POIS for 7 years now. my problems started after (I don't know if it is because if that) using Finasteride, and a long long time of chronic stress. Also sleeping problems and depression were there all those 7 years.

we measured T levels multiple times and they are always somewhere halfway the ref. values.

we measured 3 times.

a while ago (2016):

total testosteron: 17.72 nmol/L-- ref: 8.6 - 29       free testosteron: 22.83 nmol/L -- ref: 7 - 25     SHBG: 38 nmol/L -- ref:17 - 52


6 weeks ago, before O and after O

before O: total testosteron: 21.7 nmol/L                             free testosteron: -                                  SHBG: 52

after O: total testosteron: 17.4 nmol/L                              free testosteron: -                                  SHBG: 50

latest measurement (with androgel after +-3 weeks) will come this week. I will keep you informed. That measurement includes also free testosteron.

problems are worse with the last measurement.
When I had these POIS problems back in 2016... it did not include sleepless nights after O. I was also able to drive a car safely and I did not have that much of depressed feelings. Also the timespan I had the problems was only like 24 to 48 hours. Till 3 weeks ago I was a depressed and emotional unstable zombie for at least 4 days and dropped stuff accidentally all day long. Bumped up to door openings, restless short nights, visiting the toilet for at least 4 times in the night etc etc. In short: i felt drunk and depressed, and not able to work or drive a car safely.

Even when the values were good, I asked to give it a try... now its 3 weeks after starting with the gel and al my weird problems are gone.
I feel energetic and motivated, my sleep is way better, my mind more clear and no feelings of depression anymore! POIS is gone for lets say 85% and especially the brainfog is almost totally gone! this is really insane.



G from the Netherlands.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on October 31, 2020, 06:35:38 AM
Digged out my old 23andme GeneticGenie analysis.
I think the file is more than 5 years old, this was before I associated things with orgasm (I think).

(https://i.imgur.com/HPVoA7a.png)

Searchability: COMT V158M rs4680, COMT H62H rs4633, VDR taq rs731236, MTHFR rs1801131 A1298C, MTRR rs1801394 A66G, MTRR rs162036 K350A, rs567754 BHMT-02, rs651852 BHMT-08, A360A

Interesting berlin we have some similarities with COMT, and VDR Taq - vitamin d genes, just got my genetic test results back a few days ago
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on October 31, 2020, 06:37:35 AM
detox genetic profile
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Nas on October 31, 2020, 03:11:01 PM
Iwillbeatthis
Any medical information on these results?
I made a quick search in the internet and I'm pretty sure these are the functions of these +/+ variants.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BoneBroth on November 05, 2020, 04:35:20 PM
Been to a naprapat today. He said I had a good neck/back/spine and didn't see any issues of any parts of my body. Maybe I felt a little better after his treatment the rest of the day but difficult to say.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: berlin1984 on November 10, 2020, 03:46:36 PM
detox genetic profile

Here is mine.

Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: berlin1984 on November 10, 2020, 04:02:44 PM
I did a hair mineral test. It compares the hair mineral levels to other people range values.

I have very low toxic metals, so not relevant. Only noted things are a bit of As,Pb,Al, rest is undetectedable

Copper VERY high. Out of painted range.
Calcium on the edge between normal and high.
Manganese on the edge between normal and low.
Potassium and Selenium normal, but tending too low.
Other big minerals OK in range (including Mg and Zn)

Trace elements all still in normal range, but tending to low.

The test claims that those relations are too high: Ca/P, Ca/K, Ca/Mg
And those are too low: Zn/Cu, Fe/Cu

Test claims that I might tend to have Hypoglycemia and afternoon tiredness (the latter one is true for sure).
It claims that I lack HCL in stomach.
The test also claims that I have a slow metabolism and recommends to eat more protein, eat more often but less on each mal. It also claims (which is true) that I tend to have fatigue, low body temperature, Orthostatic hypotension

Maybe I should not have experimented with copper supplements before doing this test :-(
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Prospero on November 21, 2020, 07:33:36 AM
First wave of blood and urinary tests.

Probably the most interesting anomaly is the presence of Anti-nuclear antibodies, of the ENA kind, which may be indicative of an auto-immune condition.

Other anomalies:
- total bilirubin: 23,9 umol/L (norm: 3.4 - 20.5)
- albumin: 49,1 g/L (norm: 40.2 - 47.6 g/L)
- proteinuria: 0,22 g/L (norm: < 0,14)
- red blood cells in urina: 9 090 (norm: < 5 000)

Normal values:
- blood counts
- CRP
- sodium / potassium / chloride / proteins / calcium / phosphorus
- uric acid: 370 umol/L (norm: 208 - 428)
- creatinin
- ASAT / ALAT / alkaline phosphatase / GGT
- conjugated bilirubin / free bilirubin
- cholesterol / triglycerids
- TSH
- testosteron / free testosteron
- vitamin D: 32 ng/mL (30 - 60) - I had taken a supplementation in september, as I had a deficiency in previous tests.
- prostate-specific antigen: 0,996 ug/l (<4)
- syphilis / HIV / hepatitis B and C: negative
- anti-dsDNA antibodies: negative
- leukocytes in urina: 1 980 /mL (< 10 000)
- no urinary infection
- Chlamydia, gonorrhoeae, mycoplasma hominis, ureaplasma urealyticum (though only in first jet of urina, semen was not tested): negative
- C3, C4 and CH50 complements: normal
- ANCA specificities (MPO / PR3): negative
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on November 30, 2020, 04:50:00 PM
I dug through the old findings and found that I was diagnosed with:

Initial despodilosis of marginal bulge, flattened lordosis of cervical spine.
This was when I was 27.
It usually occurs in older people.
In people prone to arthritis.

My CFS does not contribute to the spine.

Cervical spine instability as a cause of your digestive disorders
https://www.caringmedical.com/prolotherapy-news/gerd-neck/

It means that edge points can also damage
press on the nerves, and thereby damage the vagal nerves and other nerves.
This would mean that this could be one of the causes with the gut.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on December 04, 2020, 06:51:33 PM
DHEA sulfate 555 (H), RR: 211 - 492 ug/dL (https://www.reddit.com/r/POIS/comments/k6w7ci/dheas_test_result_anyone_else_had_this_checked/)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on December 04, 2020, 07:30:54 PM
Quote from: eur79m
Blood tests were all normal except for the following two points: Phospate 0.39mmol/l (should be 0.87-1.45), Vitamin D 18.2ug/L (should be >20)
Ref (https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=6576.msg381971;topicseen#msg381971)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on December 30, 2020, 12:42:50 PM
Onother one lyme disiese diagnosed. Antibiotics history, IBS etc...
Other than that his been helped vith
(regular vitamine K) K vitamine D vitamine.

https://www.reddit.com/r/POIS/comments/kmqwic/vitamin_k_has_helped_me_alot/

Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on December 30, 2020, 02:48:35 PM
Onother one lyme disiese diagnosed.
Eur79m
Multiple antibiotic treatmants, and find big help from some of them.
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2007.msg17459#msg17459
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: berlin1984 on January 10, 2021, 04:24:14 PM
Found this on https://www.reddit.com/r/POIS/ .. I will not link to it to protect that user's privacy.

Deficient: Oleic Acid, Calcium
Borderline Deficient: Choline, Glucose-Insulin Interaction, Glutathione, Panthothenate, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2, Vitamin E, Zinc
Average Immune Function
Average Antioxidant Function

Suggested supplementation: Calcium, Olive Oil, DHA+EPA
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Prospero on January 14, 2021, 02:23:04 PM
Some people posted their genetic profile for methylation and detox according to 23andme and Genetic Genie. Here is mine.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on January 18, 2021, 10:16:57 PM
I did get a stool test back after I posted about starting Azithromycin, which stated that there was a large amount of fungus/yeast that was microscopically visible in my stool - much more than the baseline expectation for yeast in a stool sample - but it was unable to be cultured potentially because the yeast didn't survive the GI tract (other stool tests have said no yeast detectable, but those previous ones only checked for culture, not under a microscope).

Not sure what the implications of the large amount of dead yeast in my stool (maybe it was from small intestine... SIFO?), other than I will now start an antifungal regimen and hope it somehow helps.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BoneBroth on January 21, 2021, 06:28:21 PM
Here's my new results from a public health care lab-test done at januari 19, 2021 commissioned by endocrinology unit. Feels just like Christmas when opening those lab test envelopes, doesn't it?

Substance: value (reference)
P-sodium: 142 mmol/L (137-145)
P-potassium: 3.8 mmol/L (3.5-4.4)
P-creatine: 80 umol/L (60-105)
Pt-eGFR(Krea), relative: 88 mL/min/1.73m2
P-Bilirubin: 5 umol/L (5-25)
P-ASAT: 0.41 ukat/L (0.25-0.75)
P-ALAT: 0.34 ukat/L (0.15-1.1)
B-Hemoglobin (Hb): 144 g/L (134-170)
B-EVF:0.44 (0.39-0.5)
P-Tyrotropin (TSH): 2.1 mIE/L (0.4-3.7)
P-T3 free: 4.6 pmol/L (3.6-6.3)
P-T4, free: 16 pmol/L (12-22)
P-PSA: 2.5 ug/L (<2.0)
P-PSA free/total quota: 0.22
P-cortisol: 475 nmol/L (11:14 am) (68-327 4pm-8pm)
P-Follitropin (FSH): 3.6 IE/L (1.5-13)
P-Lutropin (LH): 3.1 IE/L (1.7-8.6)
P-SHBG: 37 nmol/L (10-80)
P-Testosterone: 17.5 (8.0-30 nmol/L)
P-Testo/SHBG quota: 0.47 (0.3-1.1)

Now, I was cheeky enough to tick for two extra markers that wasn't on the lab order from the beginning: cortisol and P-Bilirubin and what do you know, the bilirubin is at the lowest normal and the cortisol is pretty hight too. The doctor just payed attention to the slightly elevated P-PSA and said I could go see an urologist if I wanted but it was not hight enought to worry about. I don't have any idea about any relation between elevated PSA and POIS (does anyone here?), but the low bilirubin might explain my POIS-triggered mustard-colored poop. And the reason for low bilirubin is issues with the liver and bile secreetion.

I think the POIS-inflammation is compromising the livers health, at least temporarily. That can also be a reason why many POIS:ers have SIBO. Bile keeps bacteria under control and when there is low bile the bad bacteria are moving upp the way in the intestine where they cause SIBO. The hight cortisol (though not unsusually hight at 11 am) might be a sign of an elevated level of inflammation in the body. I'm glad the testosterone was ok, but I would like it to be higher.

I've been taking some liver herb-detox-tincture last month together with a SIBO-protocol plan that I've been following since 6 month back (and other things) and I have experienced a huge improvement in my POIS during the last month (last 30 days). I've had O/NE once a week and just had milder POIS-symptom/headache for 1-3 days and no acne at all! It hasnt' been this good for years! Read all about it in my story here. (https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=81.msg37880#msg37880)

Does anyone see anything else?
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on January 29, 2021, 12:51:48 PM
Hi guys, little feedback, i did biopsy of sample from stomach week a go when i did gastroscopy where they found gerd, duodentitis, erosive gastritis which is manifested by bleeding. Today came results from biopsy.

"Two pieces of gastric antrum mucosa were received. The integumentary epithelium is neat, the fovea converge towards one end (erosion) and the glands are of adequate thickness. In the lamina propria above the glands are scarce lymphocyte infiltrates and slightly smaller foci of bleeding. H.pylori is negative. DG. GASTRITIS CHRONICA EROSIVA"
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on February 02, 2021, 06:24:13 PM
I did get a heart echo-cardio though (by jumping through some hoops). My cardiac fitness came excellent, 105% of Maximal heart rate.  I do have a incomplete right bundle branch block (that I think turns to complete when stressed) though doc says its all normal.  I would be curious if you have had echo cardio, or other folks can share their insights.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on February 11, 2021, 05:46:32 AM
I got a 50 page SNP report with over 1500 SNPs attached bellow if anyone wanted to look, I paid 30 dollars from MTHFR support. Theres a sea of red with MAO-A genes, all 7 MAO-A variants are homozygous which probably is causing me problems. Cytokine genes and immune system genes are also included.

This guide has tons of valuable info if you want to fix your faulty genes based on different variants and combinations http://www.heartfixer.com/AMRI-Nutrigenomics.htm  Probably the best and most helpful website I've seen on this topic
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on February 11, 2021, 10:09:22 AM
Nutrahacker offer free analysis and supplementation suggestions of your detox and methylation genes. Mine is attached bellow
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on February 12, 2021, 01:03:29 PM
Lactulose breath test for both hydrogen and methane. Borderline positive for hydrogen and definitely positive for methane. See: https://i.imgur.com/GBp5YRV.jpg
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on February 12, 2021, 03:11:00 PM
"I got a test for that at Beaumont. Here was the result as well. Ref (https://www.reddit.com/r/POIS/comments/lfyhmq/is_there_any_way_for_checking_histamine_level_in/)

Histamine, Blood, Plasma 81 nmol/L Normal Range: 0 - 8 nmol/L"
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on February 13, 2021, 05:05:11 PM
Report from specialist about my gene mutations attached below
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Journey on February 16, 2021, 03:09:51 PM
Here are all the blood tests that I have ever had in the past:

11.04.2019 13:07

When this test was taken I was abstinent for around 4 months however I had some nocturnal emissions during this streak however I do not recall how many days nocturnal emission-free I was at the time this test was taken however probably around a week

WBC Leukocytes 6.78 x10e9 / L (4.00-9.80)
 .
 RBC Erythrocytes 5.61 x10e12 / L (4.50-5.90)
 HGB hemoglobin 15.20 g / dl (14.00-17.50)
 HCT Hematocrit 45.9% (40.0-50.0)
 MCV Average volume of erythrocytes 81.90 fL (80.00-100.00)
<MCH Mean Hb content in erythrocyte 27.10 p. (27.50-33.50)
 MCHC Mean Hb concentration Er. 33.10 g / dl (32.00-36.00)
 CHCM Mean Hb concentration 32.90 g / dL (32.00-36.00)
 RDW erythrocyte anisocytosis 13.4% (12.0-16.0)
 HDW Eritroc. Hb partition widths 2.29 g / dL (1.90-3.00)
 .
 PLT Platelets 265 x10e9 / L (150-400)
 MPV Average Tr volume 9.30 fL (7.00-10.00)
 .
 LYM% Lymphocytes 33.8% (20.0-45.0)
 MON% Monocytes 8.40% (2.00-11.00)
 NEU% Neutrophils 51.9% (45.0-72.0)
 EOS% Eosinophils 3.00% (1.00-5.00)
 BASO% Basophils 0.80% (0.00-2.00)
 LUC% Large unstained cells 2.20% (0.00-4.00)
 LYM # Lymphocytes (abs.) 2.29 x10e9 / L (1.50-4.00)
 MON # Monocytes (abs.) 0.570 x10e9 / L (0.050-0,800)
 NEU # Neutrophils (abs.) 3.51 x10e9 / L (1.80-7.00)
 EOS # Eosinophils (abs. See) 0.210 x10e9 / L (0.050-0.500)
 BASO # Basophils (abs.) 0.050 x10e9 / L (0.000-0.200)
 LUC # Large unstained cells (abs.sk) 0.15 x10e9 / L (0.00-0.39)

ALAT 22 U / L (5-55)
>> Bilirubin total 26.5 mkmol / L (0-20)
  Creatinine 70.4 mkmol / L (64-104)
  Glomerular filtration rate 97
MDRD calculation. Reference range:> 90 ml / min / 1.73 m ^ 2.
GFR <60 ml / min / 1.73 m ^ 2 indicates a decrease in renal function.
  Schwartz calculation, length 187 cm
  Thyrotropic hormone (TSH) 2.5210 mIU / l (0.35-4.94)

04.01.2019 10:40:00

Testosterone 4.75 ng / mL
males: 16-21 years 1.18-9.49 ng / mL, <50 years 1.65-7.53 ng / mL;
  > = 50 years 0.87-7.89 ng / mL;
  Free testosterone 11.4 ng / dL (3.0-21.0)
Method: Vermeulen calculation
  Sex hormone binding globulin 23.2 nmol / L
males: 16-21 years 14.09-68.87 nmol / L, <50 years 14.55-94.64 nmol / L;
  > = 50 years 21.63-113.13 nmol / L
  Albumin 46 g / L (34.00-52.00)

C-reactive protein 1.9 mg / L (0.00-5.00)

04.09.18,14:49

Bilirubin-total 20.5 ñ 1.1-19.0 µmol / L 11.9 / 16.04.18
2/3 A Bilirubin-direct 7.3 ñ <3.4 µmol / L 5.0 / 16.04.18
3/3 A ALAT 29 ñ <25 U / L 23 / 16.04.18

Will update with more test results over time when I get new ones and if I discover any other medical data about myself

Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BoneBroth on February 20, 2021, 11:51:29 AM
New Bicom Bioresonance results this week:

Recommended supplements (deficiencies): Vitamin E, B5, manganese, glutamin, Antimycotis, Salvestrols
Issues: Straine intercellular tissue, fungus (not candida)

My thoughts on this here (https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2695.630).
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on February 21, 2021, 09:20:27 AM
Organic Acid Test (OAT) results – do we ALL show the Warburg effect? (https://forums.phoenixrising.me/threads/organic-acid-test-oat-results-do-we-all-show-the-warburg-effect.80662/)

Immune responses make use of glycolysis.  Pathogens can hijack host cell metabolism and may lead to the Warburg effect. Could some of these parameters be abnormal in POISers considering low BMI/energy that doesn't reflect their food intake?

Here's my full OAT test attached bellow if anyone wanted to have a look
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on February 27, 2021, 02:53:28 PM
Muon, way back when I started my Magical TRT Mystery Tour, I had an MRI of the brain ordered by my endocrinologist, resulting in a find of Empy Sella Syndrome. Not sure if/where to post...https://rarediseases.org/rare-diseases/empty-sella-syndrome/#general-discussion
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on February 28, 2021, 07:58:49 AM
One week ago, I got my urine culture done and turns out there is severe and complicated asymptomatic Urinary Tract Infection. The bacteria isolated is morganella morganii which is a very rare type. I have no urination problems at all but still the reports say that I have infection.
Click on quote for context.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on February 28, 2021, 10:26:25 AM

www.reddit.com/r/POIS/comments/lu13hq/blood_work_multi_nutrient_test_results_continued/

(https://preview.redd.it/6qx5yfur44k61.jpg?width=750&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d500e416f0e73b5c5fd017f500f06812d42727e4)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BoneBroth on March 06, 2021, 01:35:21 PM
Went to a neck therapist today and she concluded that I had tense neck muscles and could feel a narrowing in the blood supply to the brain, and vagus nerve, at the upper neck vertebra on the left side - a common problem among people with headaches she said. The whole spine/body was alittle assymetric too. I will have a treatment for that. Only adjusting the vertebra one millimetre might do a huge diffrence in the blood supply she said.

2021-04-24 update: no significant improvement so far, but i still have the follow up treatment to do.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on March 17, 2021, 06:06:23 PM
I initially started treatment due to suspected SIBO, however a breath test during my most recent slump revealed only a minor methanogenic overgrowth (11 ppm methane, <10 reference range). According to a stool test, I have high levels of two known potential pathogens, klebsiella pneumoniae and citrobacter brakii, in addition to an overgrowth of bacteroidetes in my large intestine.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on March 21, 2021, 06:03:23 PM
Horizontal_Hero:

"My first lab abnormalities in 13 years have came back after ordering Dr Shoemakers tests. MSH ADH hla acth/cortisol tgfb1 c4a c3a vegf mmp9 to name the major ones. All but mmp9 for me was quite abnormal, indicating a chronically unregulated inflammatory state, caused most likely by the water damaged home I lived in for 30 years and possible repeat exposure to toxic algae blooms or an undiagnosed lyme infection." Ref (https://forums.phoenixrising.me/threads/postorgasmic-illness-syndrome-pois.81982/page-2#post-2329133)
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: certainlypois2 on March 30, 2021, 04:07:53 PM
Hormone test 3/20
FSH    1.2      1.5-12.4 mIU/ml   
LH      2.8      1.7-8.6   mIU/ml   
Testosterone serum 303           264-916 ng/dl
Free Testosterone     18.2         8.7-25.1 pg/ml
SHBGS Serium           22.4         16.5 - 55.9 nmol/L
Estradiol, Sensitive    18.8         8.0 - 35.0 pg/ml 
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on April 13, 2021, 04:49:25 AM
My endo says one adrenal gland is producing way too much aldosterone. She prescribed something similar to (but not the same as) spironalactone.

If I were younger, doc would recommend surgery to remove adrenal gland.
Measured value could be added here.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BoneBroth on April 19, 2021, 06:24:45 AM
Blood test four weeks ago taken at 09:40 am (two days after nocturnal emission with associated normal POIS symptoms).

LH: 3.6 IE/L (1.7 - 8.6)
FSH: 4.0 IE/L (1.5 - 13)
Testosterone: 18.0 nmol/L (or 519 ng/dL) (Ref: 8.0 - 30)
SHBG: 45 nmol/L (10 - 80)
Testosterone/SHBG quota: 0.40 (0.3 - 1.1)
ACTH: 5.3 pmol/L (1,5 - 14 pmol/L morning)
Renin: 29 mIE/L (5 - 80 mIE/L in the morning after going up)
Chromogranin A: 1.6 nmol/L (< 2,0 nmol/L)
GH: 0.15 μg/L (No reference due to pulse secreation) (0.4 to 10 μg/L Googled)
IGF-1 : 149 μg/L (60 - 207)

Update 2021-04-22: Oberon frequence scanner showed Hepatitis B virus infection spread to many organs and thymus degeneration.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on April 24, 2021, 03:24:44 PM
Member Bulbo - elevated immunoglobulins:

I checked my IgE level and it was 350 IU/ml ( normal value for adults is <190 IU/ml ).
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Muon on April 29, 2021, 10:37:18 AM
Stop with discussing inside this thread! (EDIT: Admin moved discussions to discussion thread)
Ironfeather's (female) medical test results in pdf format can be found here:
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=3765.msg40371#msg40371
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: BoneBroth on April 29, 2021, 11:10:08 AM
Result from CT-scan today showed no physical issues in the gut area or other organs in/near the gut (liver, spline, kidneys. pancreas). However there appeared to be a thickening of faeces in the beginning of the ascending colon (the rest was clean). The cause of the constipation might be either that thickening and/or slow peristalsis and/or possibly undetectable soft faeces in the small intestine (less likely). I was recommended bulk fiber (like psyllium husk) for the constipation and peristalsis samt continuing with the laxitative oral medicine.

Update 2021-05-06: I've made four colon-cleanses in may at a therapist. Each consisted of three to four 1,5 litre enemas in a row (total 12 cleanses) accompanied  with colon massage. The first time the therapist could clearly feel that there was a hard poop-blockage in the transverse colon (the upper part) and that might have been the reason of my lately constipation. According to the CT scan the poop was in the ascending colon but when I review the CT-scan image there also seems to be stuff at the top. Such blockage usually happens due to stress and worry since thats where such feelings express themself (in the Celiac plexus) and that has a bad influence on the peristalsis at that specific area, which make the poop stagnate there, the therapist said. The whole blockage was dissolved after the fourth visitand the poop has become more solid and regular during the last weeks. Unfortunatly there is no clear improvements of the POIS symptoms during this time though. The therapists said I might have benifits of lymf-massage and rain-drop-oli therapy.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on May 06, 2021, 09:03:00 AM
Got my Urine Amino Acid test results back attached bellow , Carnosine and Beta Alanine are crazy elevated indicating gut dysboisis, I will now run a 360 GI stool test and a h pylori test.

The tests still indicates malabsorption and dysboisis even though I thought my gut was much improved recently.

It's been three years since I picked up a chronic infection while travelling in Mexico, my gut and stools have improved a lot in the last year and I don't really get the chronic infection symptoms anymore however I had two years of liquid diahrrea, feeling like I had the flu, mood disturbances, extreme brain fog and anxiety  and I was never given any antibiotics or help by these dumb conventional drs who wanted to dismiss me. I had covid and this chronic infection felt ten times worse than the covid.

Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on May 06, 2021, 10:02:52 AM
UTEE with suggestions comments from Amy Yasko and HMT
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on May 08, 2021, 12:04:30 PM
I made a mistake the hair test actually did show low potassium and high arsenic and silver, I have no idea why silver is elevated as I don't use any products which would have caused that. Either way silver isn't very toxic compared to arsenic.

There is a little bit of Uranium, lead, mercury in both my hair test and urine test, this must be from my house's water supply - I use filtered water from my fridge. The mercury is probably from salmon or something
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Prospero on May 14, 2021, 03:31:51 AM
LH: 2,91 IU/l (RR: 0.57 to 12.07)
FSH: 1,39 IU/l (RR: 0.95 to 11.95)
Prolactine: 196,0 mIU/l (RR: 72.7 to 407.4)

LH and FSH are still in the reference range but seem pretty low.
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Hopeoneday on May 30, 2021, 05:27:50 PM
Intresting i did check again my past blod test results.
With neutropenia all three times thhere was elewated
lymphocaystes- lymphocytosis

Neutropenia with lymphocytosis
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Prospero on June 23, 2021, 06:29:55 PM
Last round of tests, on my own:

Abnormal values:
Progesterone: <1.6 nmol/l (RR: <0.64)
Homocysteine: 12,73 micromol/l - Normal: <10 micromol/l ; Intermediary level: 10 to 15 micromol/l ; Superior level: 15 to 30 micromol/l

Normal values:
Estradiol: <88.1 pmol/l - RR: 40 to 161
Estrone: <0.04 nmol/l - RR: 0.03 to 0.22
DHEA-S: 6.6 micromol/l - RR: 5.7 to 13.4 micromol/l
Histamine: 392.2 nmol/l - RR: 200 to 2000
Tryptophan: 59 micromol/l - RR: 52 to 82
Adrenaline: <0.50 nmol/l - RR: < 1,00
Noradrenaline: 2.37 nmol/l - RR: < 4,00
Dopamine: <0.50 nmol/l - RR: < 1,00
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Iwillbeatthis on July 02, 2021, 09:41:48 AM
Did a GI 360 stool test: salmonella was detected , microbe imbalances, along with low IGA. I have been following the low fodmap diet more or less for around 6 months now .

Dialister invisus, Very High
Dialister invisus & Megasphaera micronuciformis, Very High
Eubacterium hallii, Very Low
Faecalibacterium prausnitzii, Very Low
Lachnospiraceae, Very Low
Ruminococcus gnavus, Very High
Salmonella spp., Detected
Secretory IgA, Low
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Prospero on July 22, 2021, 03:34:47 PM
Some new blood tests.

DHT: 0.69 ng/ml (RR: 0.33-1.20)
Aldosterone: 312 pg/ml (RR: 67-335)
Renin: 12.60 pg/ml (RR: 5-40)
Vit. B6: 89 nmol/l (RR: 42-145)

So it seems normal, though Aldosterone is quite high. But what is puzzling is the result for amino acids. They're almost all under the reference range. Extremely strange.

Alanine: 182 micromol/l (RR: 286-416)
Arginine: 48 micromol/l (RR: 61-103)
Asparagine: 42 micromol/l (RR: 45-72)
Aspartic acid: 2 micromol/l (RR: ?)
Citrulline: 17 micromol/l (RR: 20-34)
Cystine: 9 micromol/l (RR: 65-109)
Glutamic acid: 14 micromol/l (RR: 9-107)
Glutamin: 263 micromol/l (RR: 432-706)
Glycine: 132 micromol/l (RR: 181-293)
Histidine: 48 micromol/l (RR: 73-97)
Hydroxyproline: 8 micromol/l (RR: <37)
Isoleucine: 46 micromol/l (RR: 54-78)
Leucine: 82 micromol/l (RR: 109-153)
Lysine: 119 micromol/l (RR: 157-231)
Methionine: 17 micromol/l (RR: 21-35)
Ornithine: 37 micromol/l (RR: 50-100)
Phenylalanine: 33 micromol/l (RR: 43-65)
Proline: 96 micromol/l (RR: 150-224)
Serine: 76 micromol/l (RR: 98-174)
Taurine: 35 micromol/l (RR: 30-116)
Threonine: 77 micromol/l (RR: 97-197)
Tryptophan: 43 micromol/l
Tyrosine: 27 micromol/l (RR: 50-76)
Valine: 167 micromol/l (RR: 213-283)
1-Methylhistidine: 4 micromol/l
3-Methylhistidine: <10 micromol/l
AABA: 14 micromol/l
Argininosuccinic acid: 6 micromol/l
Homocitrullin: 2 micromol/l
Pipecolic acid: 4 micromol/l
Beta-alanine: 4 micromol/l
Ethanolamine: 6 micromol/l
Hydroxylysin: 1 micromol/l
Phosphoethanolamine: 4 micromol/l
Saccharopine: 8 micromol/l
Sarcosine: 1 micromol/l
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: Journey on August 10, 2021, 03:25:44 PM
Iron 13.8 11.6-31.3 µmol / L
Albumin 49.8 34.0-50.0 g / L
Bilirubin-total 11.8 1.1-19.0 µmol / L
ASAT 38 <37 U / L 33
ALAT 44 <41 U / L 29
GGT 21 0 - 73 U / L
25-OH-vitamin D (D3 + D2) 51.80 30 - 100 ng / mL

Hormones
Estradiol 29.1 <39.8 pg / mL
LH 6.10 1.5 - 9.3 U / L
FSH 5.1 1.4 - 18.1 U / L
Prolactin 247 53 - 375 mIU / L
Testosterone 5.32 3.30 - 8.05 ng / mL
Free testosterone 0.131 0.09 - 0.3 ng / mL
SHBG 20.00 11.54 - 54.49 nmol / L
Free T3 7.8 ñ 3.5 - 6.5 pmol / L
Free T4 17.7 11.5 - 22.7 pmol / L
TSH - Thyrotropic hormone 3.0 0.48 - 4.17 mU / L
Cortisol 633.0 - nmol / L
Reference range -from 6.00-10.00 166-507 nmol / L.
In the evening from 16.00 to 20.00 73.8-291 nmol / L
DHEA-SO4 232.8 101.6-522.6 µg / dL
Title: Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Post by: berlin1984 on August 21, 2021, 02:16:10 PM
Digged out my old 23andme GeneticGenie analysis.
I think the file is more than 5 years old, this was before I associated things with orgasm (I think).
(...)

Digged some more via the help of https://www.geneticlifehacks.com/histamine-intolerance-genetics-part-2/ and looking at the raw .txt file.
I have this:

AOC1  genetic variants (diamine oxidase): (that's for histamine in the gut)
rs10156191   7   150553605   CC: typical
rs1049742   7   150554553   CC: typical
rs1049793   7   150557665   CG: reduced production of DAO

HNMT: (that's for histamine inside the body)
rs1050891   2   138771760   AA: reduced breakdown of histamine compared to G/G
Histamine n-methyltransferase (HMNT) is the enzyme that regulates histamine in the body via converting it from histamine into N-methylhistamine, which can then be eliminated from the body.

I will research this a bit more, especially how big the impact actually is, but would be cool if more people dig in their .txt files and search for the snps mentioned on that page.

PEMT
EDIT: Also interesting because so many people have good experience with eating more eggs or with choline.
rs7946   17   17409560   CT
As I understand, this means lower phosphatidylcholine production in the liver and slows the export of fat from the liver.
https://geneticgenie.org/article/acetylcholine-deficiency-in-chronic-illness-the-hunt-for-the-missing-egg/

EDIT: More of my mutations here -> https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=3694.msg42200#msg42200