Natural Prolactin Inhibitors?

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  1. What has everyones results been on P5P?


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Z28Luver7777 View Post
    What has everyones results been on P5P?
    So-so for me... I don't know, I think Prolactin is mostly an issue of estrogen management.
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  3. T3 lowers prolactin. But I dunno, unless your gearing up for a special night/weekend or something where something major like caber is in order, I think outstanding has the right idea by just keeping your estro in check

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Z28Luver7777 View Post
    What purpose does prolactin serve in men?
    Basically acts as a protectant hormone. Following a dopamine spike (such as orgasm) prolactin is released and decreases sex drive thereafter. In evolution, this may have been an adaptation to encourage couple bonding.

    During times of hyperthermia, especially hyperthermia during exericse, prolactin is released and reduces drive and exercise performance to prevent the organism from continuing to generate great heat loads exercising and to prevent heat illness such as heat-stroke.

    Br

  5. Does anyone know where I can buy some 1-Carboxy? Pref Bulk
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  6. So pretty much, males in todays world doesn't even need Prolactin?

  7. Don't be a reductionist. Wiping any one hormone out of an endocrine system that functions as a cyclical cascade and strives for balance is going to have transient and devastating effects on the rest of system.

    Br

  8. Quote Originally Posted by ZiR RED View Post
    Don't be a reductionist. Wiping any one hormone out of an endocrine system that functions as a cyclical cascade and strives for balance is going to have transient and devastating effects on the rest of system.

    Br
    I don't mind transient as much as devastating. Estrogen reduction before a contest it fine by me

    Just in case it hasn't been mentioned, or mentioned in a while throughout this thread, FormaStanz is a great intervention for Progesterone. I have always been of the mindset that controlling estrogen = controlling prolactin and progesterone at the same time.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Outstanding View Post
    I don't mind transient as much as devastating. Estrogen reduction before a contest it fine by me

    Just in case it hasn't been mentioned, or mentioned in a while throughout this thread, FormaStanz is a great intervention for Progesterone. I have always been of the mindset that controlling estrogen = controlling prolactin and progesterone at the same time.
    good info bro. controlling estrogen is also one of the best ways to control cortisol as well. Progesterone is actually derived from pregnenolone, as well as most of the other major hormones. I'm not sure what this has to do specifically with this topic, but I'll post this up for anyone interested in seeing a chart of the exact pathway that steroidal hormones take in the body, I find it quite interesting...


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  10. Quote Originally Posted by MakaveliThaDon View Post
    good info bro. controlling estrogen is also one of the best ways to control cortisol as well. Progesterone is actually derived from pregnenolone, as well as most of the other major hormones. I'm not sure what this has to do specifically with this topic, but I'll post this up for anyone interested in seeing a chart of the exact pathway that steroidal hormones take in the body, I find it quite interesting...


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    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to MakaveliThaDon again.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Outstanding View Post
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to MakaveliThaDon again.
    LOL, its the thought that counts bro! Appreciate it.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by MakaveliThaDon View Post
    good info bro. controlling estrogen is also one of the best ways to control cortisol as well. Progesterone is actually derived from pregnenolone, as well as most of the other major hormones. I'm not sure what this has to do specifically with this topic, but I'll post this up for anyone interested in seeing a chart of the exact pathway that steroidal hormones take in the body, I find it quite interesting...


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    So, beyond the fact that cortisol and estrogen are both lipid based hormones, and share a common preprohormone....can you provide evidence that estrogen or high estrogen levels leads to an increase in cortisol?

  13. Does testofen increase prolactin?

  14. Anything out there that will destroy my refractory period?
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