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Etcosp's case
« on: August 11, 2021, 09:52:17 AM »
Due to doubts concerning the veracity of some major information I noted in my thread, I made the choice to delete it. It will stay off until I'm able to fully correct my summary.
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« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2021, 11:39:34 AM »
Thank you for this thread.
Could you list the blood tests you did and the values, even when it's normal?
As for blood pressure, you can buy a small tensiometer, it's rather easy to find.
I understand that you have mild tachycardia all the time, and that your heart rhythm goes back to normalcy after an orgasm. For how long does it stay normal? 1 to 3 days like your other symptoms, or less? And does your tachycardia decrease if you abstain completely from sexual arousal for a sufficiently long time (let's say days, or even weeks)? I'm asking because I may have something similar but it's not clear yet.
Did there was a specific context when your POIS appeared? (health issues, medications, stress...)

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« Reply #7 on: August 11, 2021, 01:17:12 PM »
Hello Prospero,
Yes, I plan to indicate the other values I have gotten from my blood tests when I have access to them. I'm not home at the moment.
I already bought a tensiometer. I should get it during the next week.
I can't tell for how long my heart rhythm stays low. I'll update so you know, but right now I can already say I remember seeing it at 80 even the second day after O.
80-95 bpm is not really accurate, but it's the value I got a few days after the first time I tested my heart rhythm while having POIS. I was taking griffonia for a few weeks and it was lowering my heart rhythm. Without it, my heart rhythm is in the range 90-100.

I'm having an O once per week. I don't get sexually aroused voluntarily but it's still common for me to get aroused, average twice per day I would say. I will update this post to tell what my heart rhythm is while having POIS from that. However, I can already tell it is as high as usual following this period. I will update to confirm what it is, in a few days in the morning.

I don't know if my POIS appeared during my puberty or if it was already here the first time I got an O, so I can't answer your last question.

Thank you for participating to the discussion ! You can contact me in PM if you need private informations.
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