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  • #8487

    Ben

    I just want to clear this up:

    I used to be able to jerk off/have sex all the time and be fine afterwards and had no refractory phase. Now I masturbate about 2-3 times a week, and even this leaves me feeling like shit, physically and mentally, and makes me break out. I felt fantastic when I stopped for 2 weeks. I have been eating very well, exercising, and overall living a very healthy lifestyle, yet am not seeing much results. I am 18 and have masturbated (and some sex, but mostly masturbation) for about 5 years, combined with weed and copious amounts of stress for 2 of those years. I just want get a realistic idea in my head of where I’m going and what my capabilities are with my current situation. Is it possible for the sexual organs to recover to an extent, and if so, more or less how long? And why does my mind suffer so much afterwards?… I don’t see any reason why one act of sex/masturbation would have such an effect, except for maybe more is demanded to recover now. When will my hormones balance out, if ever?

    If you can answer these questions, you are god. I have spent soo much time researching this topic, yet these basic questions are still a mystery.

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    #8488

    Andres

    We are being exposed to Toxins at a higher rate than prior generations so expect to see more younger people to end up with sexual dysfunction. Make sure your food is whole organic and not frozen tv dinners. If you know where a good amish community is that would be your best bet to find good nutritious food. Most of whats out there is GMO.

    #8489

    Damon

    It took a long time to cause your problem and it will take a long time to cure it. Slowly, one step at a time you will get better. Your brain chemistry will be out of balance and so will your hormones. I hope I can be somewhere near healed by this time next year. I have all my plans laid out, but its going to take time, lots of determination and will power.

    #8490

    Alex

    voodoochild

    I like your responses V.child…and I believe that there are many medicines but not all of them suits you or me

    You will try alot in your journey of healing and youll discover that few of these meds will aid your body.

    Abstaining could be one factor only….the second is to do some blood analysis to discover any hormone or vitamin minerals deficiency

    #8491

    Lucien

    thanks… i actually do feel im on an upward trend. what voodoochild said makes a lot of sense, but who knows. id like to do some blood tests but i live with my parents and i dont really want to mention any of this to them. the only thing still really driving me crazy is acne; i hope that shit isnt permanent

    #8492

    Rayford

    You could try a Paleo diet, it’s something I’ve been experimenting with this week not really seen much results except sleeping longer. I’ve read up it’s good for acne.

    #8493

    Werner

    I know what you mean. I still live with my parents, but all I did was start going to the gym, eating healthy by buying and preparing my own food. They often ask what all the supplements are that I am taking and I just tell them they are vitamins and minerals and that I am trying to achieve optimal health. They seem to accept that!

    As for testing, I am not seeing a doctor, but a nutritionist who can do all the testing that a doctor can do, but offer natural methods in healing. Nutritionist’s I believe understand more than doctors as they are all about treating a persons health and not about prescribing a drug to treat a symptom. Your parents need not know you are visiting a doctor or a nutritionist. With a nutritionist you can book via email rather than call your doctor. Nor do they need to know why you are testing your hormones. Tell your nutritionist you are trying to reach optimal health and you would like your hormones tested, which is quite often what body builders would do as you need good testosterone for muscle gain. Give them your symptoms and avoid any embarassing sexual health problems if you prefer. If you are fatigued, stressed, anxious, have ahces and pains then let them know.

    #8494

    Wally

    voodoochild

    I know what you mean. I still live with my parents, but all I did was start going to the gym, eating healthy by buying and preparing my own food. They often ask what all the supplements are that I am taking and I just tell them they are vitamins and minerals and that I am trying to achieve optimal health. They seem to accept that!

    As for testing, I am not seeing a doctor, but a nutritionist who can do all the testing that a doctor can do, but offer natural methods in healing. Nutritionist’s I believe understand more than doctors as they are all about treating a persons health and not about prescribing a drug to treat a symptom. Your parents need not know you are visiting a doctor or a nutritionist. With a nutritionist you can book via email rather than call your doctor. Nor do they need to know why you are testing your hormones. Tell your nutritionist you are trying to reach optimal health and you would like your hormones tested, which is quite often what body builders would do as you need good testosterone for muscle gain. Give them your symptoms and avoid any embarassing sexual health problems if you prefer. If you are fatigued, stressed, anxious, have ahces and pains then let them know.

    awesome advise voodoochild!

    i also went to a doc and behind my parents back and glad i did it

    #8495

    Grant

    ahah yeah my situation’s similar with my parents, except my mom is already kind of a health freak, so she embraces my passion for all this

    as for seeing a nutritionist, how much does it cost? do you just look up some random person online, or is there a way you recommend setting up an appointment? thanks man

    #8496

    Roscoe

    Its not exactly cheap for consultation or testing. In my country seeing a nutritionist is like seeing a private doctor who is not covered by the national health service through the tax payer. If you do not have a job or are on a low wage then you may be better off seeing a doctor if testing can be paid for by the NHS. But the problem you have is a doctor will not pay for testing on the NHS unless they think it is completely nessasary, whereas a nutritionist or a private doctor on the other hand makes money through testing so if you want it and you can pay for it then you can have it. Most nutritionists have a website and display their prices on the website. If you type in “nutritionists in TOWN/CITY NAME” you should find one near by.

    There are home kits you can save up for, but they are very expensive and you only get 1 test most of the time.

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