e2 and ejacuation
- 06-02-2007, 08:26 AM
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06-02-2007, 07:33 PM
06-02-2007, 07:34 PM
06-02-2007, 08:34 PM
1. stabilize e2 priority
2. once e2 stable go after altered estrogen metabolism with DIM, and calcium D and TMG keeping e2 in check 15-20
3. balancing cell membranes EPA/AA ratio getting testing monday for that just doing 1 tsp fish oils and eating red meat 2-3 times a week instead of daily..
06-02-2007, 09:17 PM
when i was doing the clomid test, after 1 week, i had a bigger than normal load, it was bright white and thick, it did nothing for erections though, they were still weak
06-02-2007, 10:51 PM
06-03-2007, 05:45 AM
I noticed tongkat ali gave a bigger payload but nothing for weak non-existent erections and I have also developed a serious premature ejaculation problem even through masturbation
Maybe this is due to adrenal fatigue effecting neurotransmitter levels in the brain including dopamine?
06-03-2007, 08:07 AM
06-03-2007, 09:25 AM
06-03-2007, 10:58 AM
Eat Right for Maximum Ejaculate
Nutrition plays a great role in determining both the content and volume of your ejaculate. Naturally, a balanced diet is essential for good sexual health, but the vitamins, minerals and supplements listed below can have a dramatic effect on the volume of ejaculate your body produces.
The supplement L-Arginine is an amino acid the body uses for a variety of important chemical and cellular processes. . .it is also believed to help you produce more volume of ejaculate. 500mg daily and (this is important...) 1,000mg 30-40 minutes prior to sexual activity. Like all natural supplements, you must be patient and allow your body's "storehouse" to build-up. This period takes anywhere from 2-4 weeks depending upon the individuals baseline health and metabolic rate.
Zinc - One of the nutrients most critical for prostate health. The prostate needs 10 times more zinc than any other organ in the body. It is vital for preventing prostate problems. Unfortunately, 90% of men consume diets deficient in Zinc because most of our food is processed. Irving Bush and Associates at Chicago's Cook County Hospital tested the effectiveness of Zinc supplementation on men with prostate problems. All patients reported symptomatic improvement while almost 80% had palpable shrinkage of the prostate gland. RDA is 15 mg...we recommend 45 mg per day.
Lycopene - is a natural anti-oxident that is prevalent in tomatoes. Recent studies show it to have roughly twice the power of Beta-Carotene and 10 times the strength of Vitamin E, when it comes to protecting and healing our bodies from the damage of free radicals which are the cancer precursors. In fact, free radicals are now considered to be one of the main causes of disease and aging. In a process known as oxidation, they accelerate the breakdown of our cell's structure, thereby damaging the DNA and weakening our immune system. A four year study at Harvard University set out to see whether the five major antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables would have any beneficial effect on prostate cancer. Of the five, only Lycopene was found to have a direct link. They found that of the 50,000 healthy males studied, those who ate at least 10 servings of tomatoes or tomato based products per week were 33% less likely to develop prostate complications than those who never ate them. Researchers concluded that the active antioxidant in tomatoes, Lycopene, significantly reduced the risk of prostate difficulties and improved its function. We recommend 10-12 servings of tomatoes or tomato based foods per week. Do not use or ingest if allergic.
Beta-Sitosterol - is another nutrient that may benefit men with prostate problems. One double blind study of 100 men showed that Beta-Sitosterol taken over a six month period improved urine flow, reduced the size of the prostate and led to subjective feelings of improvement.
Niacin - is important for many cellular processes. Supplementation with extra niacin in your diet will promote increased blood flow to all parts of your body. . .including the scrotum and testicles.
06-03-2007, 11:00 AM
06-03-2007, 12:53 PM
range was <29 I guess they coded it wrong.
getting another one tommorrow (i specified range 10-50) took 250 ius hcg yesterday and took shot 50 mgs tesotsterone today so estrodial will be at its peak by tommorrow. if they done the right test in first place another month would not be wasted UGH
Funny you mentioned niacin because i just found out that niaicin raises homocysteine and lower liporotein a both what i need, but so does estrodial defieincy.
06-03-2007, 01:11 PM
they show you a range (<29)
I do not know what that is, see it first time.
On Apr13/07 I had two Estrodial tests done, one rigt the other wrong (I did not asked for that one, they give it to me anyway)
The tests were described like this on my report:
Estradiol (<52)pg/mL wrong test
Estradiol, Ultra-sensitive (10-50)pg/mL correct test
On Oct06 I did this at LabCorp, it looked like this (the correct one):
Estradiol, sensitive (3-70)pg/mL
06-03-2007, 01:32 PM
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06-03-2007, 06:16 PM
06-03-2007, 06:35 PM
elevated esterone, progesterone = elevated e2 like symptoms is my logical guess since progesterone receptors do drive estrogen responses. We know that elevate progesterone can aggrate estrodial, but also can it affect e1 and e3 as well? I also in past few weeks have been noticing I bust a nutt alot faster then usual is this estrogen related as well since it was never a problem in the past?
06-03-2007, 06:54 PM
06-04-2007, 08:13 PM
While I am sure lycopene helps prevent prostate cancer because it is a very powerful anti-oxident I am interested in how it actually aids prostate function? I am thinking of making my own tomato juice everyday in a blender and see if I feel any different after a few weeks
Do you have any experience with macca?
With ED and Prem E, a terrible combination I know! I find ejaculation volume can vary since things aren't tuned up properly for this to happen i.e. imbalanced dopamine in the brain caused by low progesterone.
Could it simply be a case of using hydrocortisone and also raising DHEA to enhance libido and sexual function and the PE would stop? How does this effect progesterone and pregnenolone? I now know all these hormones interact in complex ways but if your adrenals aren't supported nothing else seems to function
I currently take
2 big glasses of pure orange juice for vit C
2 Vit E softgels
Multivit occasionally to stop repetitive infections
In the future I may add zinc and transdermal magnesium after I get my doctor to give me the right bloodwork and treatment for my adrenals. Until then I am just putting my faith in Vit E, eating good and orange juice!
06-05-2007, 05:55 PM
Yes I take Maca 1 tsp full in some apple sauce in the morning and 1 tsp full in my yogurt at noon I buy it by the pound.
I take L-A at bed time but do the zink in the morning taking it at bed time it keeps me up. Maca helps keep your adrenals leveled. And helps with your libido and load.
06-07-2007, 07:53 AM
06-07-2007, 09:24 AM
06-07-2007, 09:27 AM
06-07-2007, 07:36 PM
Basically all I can say from basic bloodwork is that my total testosterone level is high, potassium is low and I have an elevated tsh 2.5 that could be considered hypothyroid. I believe my elevated tsh to be down to poor adrenal function. This needs fixing first, I can barely exercise without breaking down along with weight loss and salt/sugar cravings. The symptoms that accompany the ED and bad bloodflow are ridiculous
I am now getting round to having complete bloodwork and think I will finally get the right answers, I am really focused on getting better. I think I have low cortisol along with everything else like Aldosterone, DHEA and Progesterone. I am still awaiting my saliva results for cortisol and dhea-s aswell
A question I have is there an alternative to TRT to raise FSH? Although I know thyroid plays a role in sperm production I am very interested in this. My ejaculation volume is down
The repetitive infection is throat swelling/inflamation and flu-like symptoms to accompany this
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