Prolactin Control: Inihibit-P or Prolactrone?

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  1. Prolactin Control: Inihibit-P or Prolactrone?


    Like the title says, looking to control prolactin. Stress is at an all time high. Need to control prolactin... I have something for cortisol.

    Cheers!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by JYD View Post
    Like the title says, looking to control prolactin. Stress is at an all time high. Need to control prolactin... I have something for cortisol.

    Cheers!
    Check out the reply from MrCooper on the subject...Inhibit P all the way

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  3. X2 with inhibit P.
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  5. Another vote for inhibit P. I've seen tons of positive reviews on it and I love it myself. I'd go with it especially if you've never tried it.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by mw1 View Post
    Check out the reply from MrCooper on the subject...Inhibit P all the way

    What did he say...?
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  7. I've used both personally and never saw a difference in effects so for me, its a no-brainer since inhibit-p is waaayyyyyy cheaper
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by JYD View Post
    Like the title says, looking to control prolactin. Stress is at an all time high. Need to control prolactin... I have something for cortisol.

    Cheers!
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  9. I haven't used either, but I am an advocate of SNS. Inhibit P gets my vote.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    I've used both personally and never saw a difference in effects so for me, its a no-brainer since inhibit-p is waaayyyyyy cheaper
    $25 v. $45
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  11. Started SNS on Tuesday. 2 caps per day.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by JYD View Post
    Started SNS on Tuesday. 2 caps per day.
    Smart choice brother. You won't be disappointed!
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  13. How long before I notice the effects?

  14. Quote Originally Posted by JYD View Post
    How long before I notice the effects?
    And is trouble sleeping one of them because I cannot fall asleep and took my evening pill at 8:30pm. ?

  15. I stacked the Inhibit-P with VPI Arimistane and am having trouble sleeping. Think I'm gonna drop the arimistane.

  16. Do you have fluid coming out of your nipples, or a blood test showing high prolactin?

  17. Quote Originally Posted by The_Old_Guy View Post
    Do you have fluid coming out of your nipples, or a blood test showing high prolactin?
    Nope.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by JYD View Post
    Nope.
    How do you know your prolactin is high then?

  19. It was high about a year ago. I did a run of inhibit-p. I chose to take it for the l-dopa effects.

  20. Definitely inhibit-p for the price and quality alone makes it the better choice.
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by JYD View Post
    It was high about a year ago. I did a run of inhibit-p. I chose to take it for the l-dopa effects.
    So you had it measured via a blood test, 1 year ago?

  22. Quote Originally Posted by The_Old_Guy View Post
    So you had it measured via a blood test, 1 year ago?
    Hey old man, leave it alone. We get your point, okay? You clearly have nothing else better to do this morning. Life's short, especially when you're old. I took a productive i have taken before for the mood and well-being effects I had on it and I'm taking it again.

    Give it a rest. Go take a nap.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by JYD View Post
    Hey old man, leave it alone. We get your point, okay? You clearly have nothing else better to do this morning. Life's short, especially when you're old. I took a productive i have taken before for the mood and well-being effects I had on it and I'm taking it again.

    Give it a rest. Go take a nap.
    Hahaha! Wow, I feel so put in my place. You clearly have zero knowledge about any of this stuff - enjoy your placebo and ever shrinking wallet.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by The_Old_Guy View Post
    Hahaha! Wow, I feel so put in my place. You clearly have zero knowledge about any of this stuff - enjoy your placebo and ever shrinking wallet.
    Thank you.

  25. Since I always like to educate, consider that 20ng/ml is considered the top of normal range for prl in men. Only about one half of 1 percent (in a study on 1,821 men) have prl above 20ng/ml. In another study, levels below 5ng/ml were shown to:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19210705

    The reason that low prolactin can so negatively affect your sex life was shown in a 2009 study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine that divided over 2,500 men with sexual dysfunction into quartiles and found that the low prolactin men were:

    74% more likely to have Metabolic Syndrome
    43% more likely to erectile dysfunction resulting from arterial disease and plaque
    38% more likely to have premature ejaculation

    The lowest quartile consisted of prolactin levels below 5 ng/ml. For this reason, if you having any kind of erectile dysfunction or loss of libido and, if you also have low prolactin levels, this may provide you a clue as to how to troubleshoot the underlying issue.
    If you don't know where you are, what happens if you take a "Prolactin Lowering Supplement" and it puts you below 5ng/ml?

    If you are trying to influence something that has a "healthy range", where above or below is BAD, I think it would behoove people to know what their number is.

    For other stuff that doesn't matter, go ahead and recommend/take stuff til the cows come home - there's no LD50 for Ashwaghanda or Maca, etc... - but stuff that influences hormones? Irresponsible to recommend or take without knowing IMO.
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