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Try searching on reddit, I will be surprised the nootropics group on there haven't tried it yet.
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General Alternative Causes and Treatments of POIS / Re: Supplemental pause....
« Last post by demografx on August 21, 2019, 10:21:59 PM »
Thanks for the heads up!
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General Alternative Causes and Treatments of POIS / Supplemental pause....
« Last post by OpiesDad on August 21, 2019, 05:14:24 PM »
The list of supps I have been taking is embarrassingly huge. Basically anything anyone has ever recommended to reduce POIS. Well over $1k.  I'm an idiot.

For many weeks now, for large stretches of each day, I have been consistently woozy, light headed and just beat up. In advance of an appt with an immunologist tomorrow I decided to stop all supplements a few days back.  I also cut back on caffeine.  Lo and behold I'm basically in day #2 of no dizziness / head fizzing. Go figure.

For someone that concluded that he was in full time POIS no matter the distance from last O, this comes as a huge relief.  Careful with those supplements folks.  They all look good on paper.....

 
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pharayema, THANK YOU very much!
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Hello,

I am using the tens device nearly 14 Weeks and i can tell all of you it changed my Life in a lot ways.
I feel a lot better with claritin and the therapy but i need a little more time to make a dedicated summary of all changes of my feeling.

Please stay tuned.  :)

A bientot,
PY
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My pharmacist just recommended this, “many customers like it”, so I bought it. Not cheap, $60 for a 30-day supply. Anyone have experience with it? I’ll let you know after a month.

Apoaequorin Is the main ingredient.

Uh-oh, I just found this on Wikipedia:
“Apoaequorin, a unit of aequorin, is an ingredient in the dietary supplement Prevagen. The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has charged the maker with false advertising for its memory improvement claims.”

Well, I’ll give it a month, anyway. My pharmacist has been pretty reliable.

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POISse, THANK YOU very much for this update!
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That Familiar Feel / Re: Castration, why did it work
« Last post by b_jim on August 21, 2019, 12:55:51 PM »
It's a good idea to fight inflammation with fresh water.

No, taurine didn't help. I didn't have the cause of my epididymitis . I suspected taurine abusing (in fact only 500mg a day) to be the cause of epididymitis . Because epididyme is rich in taurine.
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I met with Dr Amarenco 2 times. The last time was last year and he mentioned this device saying it was being built.

Two 2 weeks ago, I sent him a mail out of nowhere asking about the device and he replied that there were planning a specific study for its use in the context of POIS. Now that I see this post it makes more sense.

I'll try to see him shortly to know more.

Cheers,

POISse
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Poll Center / Re: Poll! Do you sweat a lot?
« Last post by BoneBroth on August 21, 2019, 03:11:00 AM »
one possible cause
adrenan insuficiency - low cortisol response on pois -- cortisol is replaced by adrenailne - adrenaline causes excess sweat
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