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Journey

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Common body/health/cognitive/biochemical patterns in POISers
« on: December 15, 2020, 11:27:26 AM »
A while ago HopeOneDay made a thread about common medical patterns in POISers.

I decided to make a thread about other factors such as body/health/cognitive/biochemicals patterns especially a.k.a. more of ones that are visually and physically visible and are felt and experienced e.g. one and the first of example I can think up is tendency for many POISers towards skininess.

What other similarities have you seen in the POISers?

How about certain health/personality/body/biochemical tendencies BEFORE the POISers got and developed this disorder?

mike_sweden

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Re: Common body/health/cognitive/biochemical patterns in POISers
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2020, 04:51:15 AM »
before pois i

was lonely
used computers a lot
ate wrong food
spent a lot of my time indoors
had tinnitus
had teeth correction
had phimosis
had poor digestion symptoms
consumed porn
had no girlfriend
had slim body type
was over-performing in school

Danmh

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Re: Common body/health/cognitive/biochemical patterns in POISers
« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2020, 10:30:30 AM »
before pois i

was lonely
used computers a lot
ate wrong food
spent a lot of my time indoors
had tinnitus
had teeth correction
had phimosis
had poor digestion symptoms
consumed porn
had no girlfriend
had slim body type
was over-performing in school

Hi Mike (and Journey)

I suffered from phimosis before POIS began too. In May or June of 2010 I started doing stretching exercises everytime I went to the bathroom and gradually became able to pull the foreskin back, when I didn't have a hard-on. Then in January or February of 2011 POIS kicked in.

Maybe something happened in that proces of stretching the foreskin?

Journey

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Re: Common body/health/cognitive/biochemical patterns in POISers
« Reply #3 on: December 22, 2020, 12:15:18 PM »
before pois i

was lonely
used computers a lot
ate wrong food
spent a lot of my time indoors
had tinnitus
had teeth correction
had phimosis
had poor digestion symptoms
consumed porn
had no girlfriend
had slim body type
was over-performing in school

Hi Mike (and Journey)

I suffered from phimosis before POIS began too. In May or June of 2010 I started doing stretching exercises everytime I went to the bathroom and gradually became able to pull the foreskin back, when I didn't have a hard-on. Then in January or February of 2011 POIS kicked in.

Maybe something happened in that proces of stretching the foreskin?
I too recall I had psirosis like since I was born and over time eventually I stretched it fully out and I do not recall having POIS when I still had that actually you reminded me now that if you had not mentioned that I would have had forgotten that.

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Re: Common body/health/cognitive/biochemical patterns in POISers
« Reply #4 on: December 22, 2020, 01:59:43 PM »
Before POIS:

- Lived in mould contaminated houses whole life
- Had candida overgrowth, white tongue
- Bad eating
- Depressed in late teens
- Frequent stress and anxiety
- 7 amalgam fillings
- Constant teeth problems, stemming from bad eating and insufficient hygiene
- Occasional painful jolt in my prostate, which happened quite rarely (once every few months)
- Porn addiction
- Phimosis
- Hair loss in early twenties

Then my POIS began but I thought it was just me overmasturbating, leading to fatigue. Then, 2-3 Years before full blown POIS began:

- Eyes became severely dry
- Hairloss severely worsening
- Frequent noseblees
- Skin became more yellow
- Left eyelid became more droopy
- Less ejaculate coming out
- Had painful ejaculations and felt pain in my glans. No doctor could ever explain this.
- Ejaculate often looked gelly, clear or yellow
- Body became less flexible, got back pain if I bent over for too long
- Frequent chest infections, coughs, and sore throats
- Became more forgetful, slower at speaking, less focused, less responsive
- Became more weak and fatigued