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Re: How did POIS start for those who got it in adulthood(not in puberty) ?
« Reply #20 on: August 04, 2013, 01:51:08 PM »
Hello everyone, I'm 35 years old and my pois began less than a year.
It started when I tried to cure prostatitis that brought me problems for years and no one could tell what it was, with great depression on my part. I have been prescribed many antibiotics and other drugs that have ruined my intestines. At that time I also developed a terror to the act of masturbation, because I had to ejaculate inside a jar for spermioculture and then for fear of damaging even the prostate. After a short time, I began to lose semen, normally even sitting down. From that point, I began to have flu-like symptoms the day after ejaculation.
So, to summarize, in my case, the factors are possible:
Super Stress and Nervousness
antibiotics
Fear in the sexual

P.S. as I had never taken care of this little infection probably from a young age, when antibiotics have cleaned my semen, they have been able to change the its composition, causing him to be foreign to the body today .... but it's just a guess.
The doctors do not understand anything about this, figured if I can find out.
Greetings to all!

There's another possibility, that you have had POIS for longer than you think. Perhaps the prostatitis (that no one could really figure out or cure) was really POIS. For many, POIS may start much before you actually realize that the symptoms are related to ejaculation. And it would be even more complicated if it was hidden by thinking it was prostratitis.

Also some of us have ended up with POIS due to operations or damage in the area. Mine coincides closely with a vasectomy reversal (the POIS increased and became evident several years after the surgery.

WITHOUT RESEARCH THERE WILL BE NO CURE!
Sessions 5 to 9 days, mostly Flu-like, joints, digestion problems, light cognitive.
Niacin has changed my lif though, now 1 day MAX.
Somewhere in this interaction with Niacin is the answer!

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Re: How did POIS start for those who got it in adulthood(not in puberty) ?
« Reply #21 on: August 04, 2013, 02:39:48 PM »
Thanks Daveman,
indeed my fear is that the inflammation of my prostate is an effect of this intolerance to my semen later that year, is coming out.
The only thing that comforts me is with abstinence do not have flu symptoms.

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 .. Hopefully one day we will be able to understand what happens in our body.
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Re: How did POIS start for those who got it in adulthood(not in puberty) ?
« Reply #22 on: August 04, 2013, 07:03:09 PM »
My guess (un-educated) is that you've probably had POIS for many tears, but they've treated you for everything else because nobody knows what POIS is.

As I said, I had a vasectomy reversal, after 20 yrs of vasectomy. My POIS effects all the "ducting" from the gonads up to the seminal vessels. Everything swells down there including my prostate for the days of POIS.... at least before I discovered niacin.

Then in about 10 days, everything returns to normal. (If I make it that long without sex.)

So you say you "leak", without any sexual arousal, and that alone causes POIS?

Inasmuch as I reject the desensitization theory, we can't have allergy to our own semen, I believe we can "react to it", but more as an autoimmune reaction than an allergic reaction.
This would explain at least the cases like ours where there may have been some injury or plumbing problems that permits sperm to "go where it shouldn't".

And although the end result may be the same (in terms of symptoms), the solution and process is not at all the same.

WITHOUT RESEARCH THERE WILL BE NO CURE!
Sessions 5 to 9 days, mostly Flu-like, joints, digestion problems, light cognitive.
Niacin has changed my lif though, now 1 day MAX.
Somewhere in this interaction with Niacin is the answer!

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Re: How did POIS start for those who got it in adulthood(not in puberty) ?
« Reply #23 on: August 05, 2013, 05:37:56 PM »
Excellent point of view, Daveman.
Doctors should investigate on what changes in seminal fluid as it enters the urinary tract. This could help to compare the values ​​of certain substances of a "normal" man and a "pois" man.
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Re: How did POIS start for those who got it in adulthood(not in puberty) ?
« Reply #24 on: August 11, 2021, 12:10:12 PM »
I forgot to say that I developed POIS shortly after receiving a vaccine for Tuberculosis.  The one that bubbles up on your skin to let doctors see if you have a reaction.  Anybody else relate?  Or is it just a coincidence.  I also think I've read somewhere that vaccines can trigger an auto-immune problem.

I don't know if there could be a connection, but I also developed POIS around the time of the Mantoux test. I was at the age of 12 at the time, however I began to masturbate at the age of eleven, but I can't recall if I had any symptoms at the time. I certainly remember some symptoms from the age of 12 or 13 though. I also had some cases of "overmasturbation" (5-6 times a day) around the same age, so I really don't know what could have contributed the most to POIS development. Regarding the Mantoux test I got the shot in my shoulder and I remember the site was filled with pus for several weeks and the wound often opened up while bathing. Based on what you say it was probably a normal reaction though. The information in the vaccine pass is the following:
1997. 05. 09.: BCG – Mtx 5TU negative, Re BCG: "973", 1997. 09. 09.: Scar: positive.
I am not really sure how this should be interpreted. According to wikipedia if the second shot proved positive it means that there was an infection in the distant past. However the real question is whether the test shot itself could have induced POIS onset or if it is a pure coincidence that POIS tends to develop around the same age as this test is scheduled.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mantoux_test

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Re: How did POIS start for those who got it in adulthood(not in puberty) ?
« Reply #25 on: August 12, 2021, 05:00:52 AM »
I forgot to say that I developed POIS shortly after receiving a vaccine for Tuberculosis.  The one that bubbles up on your skin to let doctors see if you have a reaction.  Anybody else relate?  Or is it just a coincidence.  I also think I've read somewhere that vaccines can trigger an auto-immune problem.

I don't know if there could be a connection, but I also developed POIS around the time of the Mantoux test. I was at the age of 12 at the time, however I began to masturbate at the age of eleven, but I can't recall if I had any symptoms at the time. I certainly remember some symptoms from the age of 12 or 13 though. I also had some cases of "overmasturbation" (5-6 times a day) around the same age, so I really don't know what could have contributed the most to POIS development. Regarding the Mantoux test I got the shot in my shoulder and I remember the site was filled with pus for several weeks and the wound often opened up while bathing. Based on what you say it was probably a normal reaction though. The information in the vaccine pass is the following:
1997. 05. 09.: BCG – Mtx 5TU negative, Re BCG: "973", 1997. 09. 09.: Scar: positive.
I am not really sure how this should be interpreted. According to wikipedia if the second shot proved positive it means that there was an infection in the distant past. However the real question is whether the test shot itself could have induced POIS onset or if it is a pure coincidence that POIS tends to develop around the same age as this test is scheduled.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mantoux_test
I too had that Mantoux test but I do not remember when exactly I first developed POIS symptoms I just recall around ages of 14-15 noticing that each time I ejaculated I had this off feeling but I only abstained long enough when I was 17 to make the clear connection between orgasms/ejaculations/nocturnal emissions and my POIS symptoms