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POIS Research / Re: Pois is one of CSSs?
« Last post by Huser on November 21, 2023, 03:53:16 AM »
As i mentioned in my d3 post... Glutamate is neurotransmitter making pain and too much glutamate makes nerves CSss, sensityve nervous system. You produce too much glutamate because your dopamine receptor d3 overactivates with orgasem and potentate your glutamate levels in lymbic system.

I have all  necesary evidence for this, but I think nobody is interested...
General POIS Discussions / Very severe pois
« Last post by Dgf5 on November 21, 2023, 12:20:41 AM »
Does anyone get severe pois?

Day 1/2 after sex the flu symptoms are so severe I can't work for 3/4 days and practically bedbound.

Flu symptoms, muscle aches pains, sore throat, phlem etc feel awful.

It's exhausting this illness especially with no help
Articles, References and Links / Re: POIS paper treatment summary
« Last post by Muon on November 20, 2023, 07:51:50 PM »

"Hey guys I thought id report on my findings as it might help others who struggle with similar issues.

Ive been struggle with POIS for years now and over the years incrementally made progress by experimenting with supplement, exercise, sleep routines and food combinations. Eventually I selected things that increased sex drive, erection strength and all that good stuff.

Recently I found a combination of things that completely stops all my symptoms while also revealing the cause.

Its stupid but the simple answer was a combination of eggs + Ener-C (supplement).

The Ener-C is the only digestive aid that has ever worked for me as ive experimented with absolutely everything. Nothing helps me digest except this one supplement. When eating eggs or meat normally id burp alot and have fatigue from digesting it, but not when taking a multi-vitamin mixed into the meal. It supports the digestion process back to normal.

The specific combination of Eggs+Ener-C produces a intense increase in sexual energy. Im guessing its related to a lack of nutrients being replenished in the system.

Sounds basic i know, anyways if it helps someone, then it served its purpose :D

This is not a paid advertisement. Im also fully aware many of the ingredients in the Ener-C are "unhealthy". This is not a "good" supplement, but its the only one that i found works for my body out of the hundreds I have in my pantry.

I basically have the erection power and digestive power of my 20 year old self-again

Ener-C Sugar Free Drink Mix contains the following medicinal and non-medicinal ingredients.

Supplement Facts

Vitamin C 1000mg 1667%
Vitamin E 15iu 50%
Vitamin B3 5mg 25%
Vitamin B6 2mg 100%
Folate/Folate 40mcg 10%
Vitamin B12 25mcg 417%
Pantothenic Acid 2.5mg 25%
Calcium 50mg 5%
Phosphorus 38mg 4%
Iodine 150mcg 100%
Magnesium 60mg 15%
Zinc 5mg 33%
Manganese 0.5mg 25%
Chromium 12mcg 10%
Potassium 200mg 6%

Non Medicinal Ingredients

Natural Passionfruit Juice Powder, Beta Carotene, Erythritol, Tapioca Maltodextrin, Purified Stevia Leaf Extract, Citric Acid, Sodium Bicarbonate, DL-Malic Acid, L-Tartaric Acid, Silicon Dioxide, L-Aspartic Acid, L-Cysteine, Glycine.

What kind of Vitamin C is in Ener-C?

Ener-C contains 1,000mg of Vitamin C from mineral ascorbates including: Calcium Ascorbate, Zinc Ascorbate, Chromium Ascorbate and Potassium Ascorbate as well as a small amount of ascorbic acid to create effervescence.
POIS Research / Re: Muon's Case
« Last post by Muon on November 20, 2023, 01:44:26 PM »
Ate a new product, coconut yoghurt (high fat), which induced exploding Diarrhoea. Food sensitivities are mild in general at this moment and suddenly getting an extreme reaction from a certain product. Didn’t feel sick before or after eating it.

Had watery diarrhea today. Ate some grass fed cow butter. It seems there is a limit to the amount of butter I can handle. Is there a fat absorption or lipid metabolism problem in the GI tract?
Articles, References and Links / Re: POIS paper treatment summary
« Last post by Muon on November 19, 2023, 12:42:27 PM »
Happy NEW Year everyone !

I was just wondering what kind of situations could act as "triggers" of Low HRV (Stress, bad sleep, auto-inmune diseases, eating some foods ...), and also which ones act doing the opposite (raising HRV -like stimulating the vagus nerve), in order to relate them to our POIS experiences.

I don't know if this makes sense, so I'm just sharing the idea.

Hi Observer,

Just a reminder of the interesting and helpful "Vagus Nerve stimulation" document loaded by forum member USERNAME recently

The link is

Hope this is useful and perhaps anyone could comment if they specifically have experience with, would recommend or discourage any of the techniques with regard to the Heart Rate Variability issue, or whether these Vagus Nerve stimulation techniques are best used within or outside a POIS cycle.

Most easy to understand ones in high level form below - feel free to comment

Stimulating Your Vagus Nerve.
1. Meditation
2. Have Positive Social Relationships
3. Breath Deeply and Slowly
4. Probiotics
5. Exercise
6. Cold
7. Massages
8. Fasting
9. Sleep or Lay on Your Right Side
10. Yoga
11. Tai Chi
12. Singing or Chanting
13. Gargling
14. Tongue Depressors
15. Acupuncture
16. Oxytocin
17. Zinc
18. Serotonin
19. Chew Gum: CCK
20. Laughter
21. Coffee Enemas
22. Coughing or Tensing the Stomach Muscles
23. Fish Oil – EPA and DHA
24. Make Sure Your Thyroid Hormones/T3 Are Normal
25. Prayer

Link above for the details.

All the best,
Hurray, to compare and contrast, I am updating that I no longer am experimenting with Ritalin or Adderall due to drug shortages. My neurologist prescribed me a generic version of Nuvigil called armodafinil. It is a wakefulness agent that in theory, should deter extreme fatigue. It is not an amphetamine like adderall. I will keep you posted but so far, mixed results. Helps keep me alert but still symptoms linger for 1 to 2 days.
Hormonal Causes and Treatments / Re: Summary of Treatments
« Last post by Quantum on November 18, 2023, 03:12:13 PM »

Anyone read this article/tried fexofenadine?
Hi, stodman :)
I have just read the article, and this result with fexofenadine ( Allegra) is in line with what other members here have found with various antihistamines, similar to Allegra.  You can see more details at #8 entry in my POIS Types Chart, at

Just like any method in the chart, not everybody will respond to treatment with antihistamines.  But these are usually OTC drugs easy to get access to, and do not have major contra-indications, so they are quite easy to try.  You can read in the chart mentioned above the usual way antihistamines are taken for POIS symptom prevention.  It usually involves taking it at least 30 minutes before release.

Hormonal Causes and Treatments / Re: Summary of Treatments
« Last post by stodman on November 18, 2023, 03:33:42 AM »
General POIS Discussions / Re: Extreme fatigue after random bladder pain?
« Last post by Mattice on November 16, 2023, 10:14:55 AM »
Pots and pois is confusing in regard to the fatigue lol
General POIS Discussions / Re: Extreme fatigue after random bladder pain?
« Last post by Mattice on November 16, 2023, 10:13:49 AM »
Have to Come back on this. It is my POTS coming back since I dropped the Levine Protocol. Pots can cause bloating, maybe that is what i feel. Extreme fatigue is gone when I exercise
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