Author Topic: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.  (Read 206 times)

Mr Raba

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If you look at the lit, semen has a high content of amino acidas that are key to our optimal functioning. These amino acids are supplemented by people doing intense workouts in protein drinks because they are used by intense exercise too.

The highest 3 amino acids in human semen are in descending order Serine, Glutamine, and Glutamic acid. See table below:
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https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/01485017908987322

Ok. That would explain why whey protein helps me a lot ( it has these and others) but it also has compounds that kick in inflammation . So it is a very mixed bag. So i am trying the aminos in pure form, starting with  L Glutamine.   Not large quantities. And it is helping so much in days far from O. I also have  CFS.  people with CFS fuel their energy wiith amino acids. This has been extensively documented. Why? The preferred oxygen pathway is dampened. So CFSers are very low in Glutamine and other aminos that can be used as fuel for that reason. So low that the body starts breaking down muscle to get at them.

I noticed before that when I took Glutamine in days far from O, O days were better.

I am re-starting this test. I stopped momentarily because taking it in O days helped, but turned me into a meat eating machine hard to satiate. I ate with desperation. I needed more fuel desperately. Unpleasant.

That hinted to me maybe needing a lot more than only the 250 mg 4 times a day I found useful, and/or that I needed other aminos.

So I ordered Serine. The one that tops the list in human semen. If you look at the benefits of Serine it makes sense that being low on it would cause many of POIS symptoms.

See a blurp from a seller on its purported benefits below:

%u201C L Serine is an essential amino acid that makes up brain proteins and nerve coverings. L Serine supplements may offer many benefits to those deficient in the amino acid due to it%u2019s vital role in the body. Serine aids in the production of immunoglobins, helps produce tryptophan, and is vital in the production of Serotonin. Supplementing with L-Serine may offer a number of benefits including support of cognitive function, mood, emotional stability, sleep, and the immune system. L-Serine is naturally found in many food products such as meat, soy, and dairy. %u201C

So far just with Glutamine I feel happier, have more mental stamina, much better socially and my muscles feel naturally strong and have far less fatigue.  Supplementing amino acids in CFS is not a new idea. Just search for ME-relief.

The body prioritizes reproduction. So our semen will get replaced first. If for some reason our bodies do not have enough of these amino acids,  they get reallocated to semen replacement. Everything else be darned. This may explain the cumulative effect of multiple Os.

Anyway. Has anybody else tried this very simple approach to get our bodies well supplied of these key amino acids that we lose in ejaculation?
 
Before you try Serine talk to your doctor specially if you are taking antidepressants.
« Last Edit: December 31, 2020, 12:50:12 AM by Mr Raba »
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Re: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2020, 02:08:02 AM »
Hi mr Rabar

I have been doing something similar
I have been  taking l glutamine, zinc, aswaghanda and a probiotic called bacillus coagulans. A weird concoction and took me a while to find a good balance but like yourself have been investigation the nutrients in semen. Taking these has helped recovery time from pois symptoms, hasnt cured it but has been a big help.

Neil


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Re: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.
« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2020, 03:57:48 AM »
I had full POIS disappearance while sick with a cold so I am not sure if it is a depletion probably more likely excess or inproper muscular or nerve activation or something like that.

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Re: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.
« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2020, 12:30:39 PM »
I had full POIS disappearance while sick with a cold so I am not sure if it is a depletion probably more likely excess or inproper muscular or nerve activation or something like that.

How interesting. Does it happen every time you have a cold?  How many Os?

Hmm. How old were you when you first noticed POIS symptoms.
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Helped by Immunocal (I explained how to take in previous posts).  Significant relief day one and day two.  It affects neurotransmitters!

Mr Raba

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Re: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.
« Reply #4 on: December 31, 2020, 12:34:48 PM »
Hi mr Rabar

I have been doing something similar
I have been  taking l glutamine, zinc, aswaghanda and a probiotic called bacillus coagulans. A weird concoction and took me a while to find a good balance but like yourself have been investigation the nutrients in semen. Taking these has helped recovery time from pois symptoms, hasnt cured it but has been a big help.

Neil

Hi Neil,

Have u checked to see which component is the most beneficial?  I can tell you use them all synergistically, but is there one if removed that makes the biggest difference?
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Helped by Immunocal (I explained how to take in previous posts).  Significant relief day one and day two.  It affects neurotransmitters!

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Re: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.
« Reply #5 on: December 31, 2020, 12:59:39 PM »
I had full POIS disappearance while sick with a cold so I am not sure if it is a depletion probably more likely excess or inproper muscular or nerve activation or something like that.

Explained by nanna1s theory of a transient immune supression during orgasm perhaps? If the immune system is very active at the time of having a cold this supression is decreased in magnitude.

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Re: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.
« Reply #6 on: December 31, 2020, 02:00:10 PM »
Hmmm, nahh, i dont think so, womans do not hawe semen.
But dyspepsia indigestion , ibs, then lack of aminoacids-posible.
« Last Edit: December 31, 2020, 03:22:43 PM by Hopeoneday »
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Re: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.
« Reply #7 on: January 01, 2021, 01:33:29 AM »
Hi mr Rabar

I have been doing something similar
I have been  taking l glutamine, zinc, aswaghanda and a probiotic called bacillus coagulans. A weird concoction and took me a while to find a good balance but like yourself have been investigation the nutrients in semen. Taking these has helped recovery time from pois symptoms, hasnt cured it but has been a big help.

Neil

Hi Neil,

Have u checked to see which component is the most beneficial?  I can tell you use them all synergistically, but is there one if removed that makes the biggest difference?



I started with l magnesium and zinc, but had to take the magnesium out as it was making my mood really low, I kept with the zinc as I know it helps boost the testosterone. I then added l glutamine as I hear the amnio acids it contains help the gut which is linked to the brain and also helped reduce my anxiety. The ashwagandha I take is to balance and maintain hormonal levels as it is an adaptation. The pro biotic I started to take was after i did a gut cleanse to try and replenish the good bacteria. So in answer to your question ( sorry if that was a bit long winded) no I have only added to the concoction, I have never taken away.

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Re: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.
« Reply #8 on: January 01, 2021, 08:07:30 AM »
The highest 3 amino acids in human semen are in descending order Serine, Glutamine, and Glutamic acid. See table below:
Link below also

Interesting. I have not heard of Serine before. Seems to be some "in between step" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serine

Seems to be involved in blood brain flow, depression too https://selfhacked.com/blog/serine/

The ashwagandha I take is to balance and maintain hormonal levels as it is an adaptation.

I have good experiences with Ashwagandha too (but need to cycle(=take pauses) it, can't take it indefinitely).
Discussion in
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2403
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=2032
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(Zinc is good to take too, obviously. Just don't over supplement as it can lead to copper deficiency)
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Re: Replacing amino acids found in Semen. Some good results so far.
« Reply #9 on: January 10, 2021, 11:53:59 AM »
So I ordered Serine. The one that tops the list in human semen. If you look at the benefits of Serine it makes sense that being low on it would cause many of POIS symptoms.

Have you noticed any improvement with this specifically?

(In general, I think supplementing ammino acids is good.. and eating egg/protein)
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