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    Quote Originally Posted by xxaleksi View Post
    That's interesting. I played around with 5-HTP and St Johns Wort which are similar to SSRIs about nine months before getting severe PFS. They crushed my libido. Also took minox for a month before taking fin and got sides from that as well. So adding fin was the worst thing I could've done but oh well you live and learn.
    I was kinda similar. My gf was a hair stylist and recommended minox to me, probably took it for about a year. In that year I developed an anxiety disorder out of nowhere, became a hermit, started drinking, and tried to medicate with SSRIís numerous times, then took fin, was a zombie for about about another year, then tried fin again, thatís when it all explored on me. Had no idea what was going on during that time frame and never heard of pfs, but in hindsight today it all makes sense. My libido was also nuked before my big crash. This has been a long ordeal for me
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    @Maxout777 Yo Max, Hope was asking if prohormones such as Ultrahard would be beneficial for those with PSSD. What do you think?

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    On a water fast all you should do is rest nothing else. On my first ever water fast I fainted because I stood up too quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turnover25 View Post
    @Maxout777 Yo Max, Hope was asking if prohormones such as Ultrahard would be beneficial for those with PSSD. What do you think?
    Hard to say, really. I donít think theyíll hurt. As far as I know, PSSD is more serotonin system focused than PFS, again from what limited things Iíve read. If I was PSSD, I would almost look into things that are brain, and dopamine heavy, like cerebrolysin, 9-me-BC, BPC-157, etc.

    I think the neurological benefits of androsterone will help for PSSD though. Iíve just never really personally helped/worked with a PSSD-case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HOPE View Post
    So you donít think the protocol would work for PSSD?
    Thatís not what heís saying, the protocol is a holistic healing approach to reset your system. Designed for many things under the sun. Many people on pssd forums follow a close outline of this protocol anyways, focusing on hormones as well as neurotransmitters. Same herbs etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxout777 View Post
    Hard to say, really. I donít think theyíll hurt. As far as I know, PSSD is more serotonin system focused than PFS, again from what limited things Iíve read. If I was PSSD, I would almost look into things that are brain, and dopamine heavy, like cerebrolysin, 9-me-BC, BPC-157, etc.

    I think the neurological benefits of androsterone will help for PSSD though. Iíve just never really personally helped/worked with a PSSD-case.
    Whatís bpc157? Seen you list this several times

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxout777 View Post
    Hard to say, really. I don’t think they’ll hurt. As far as I know, PSSD is more serotonin system focused than PFS, again from what limited things I’ve read. If I was PSSD, I would almost look into things that are brain, and dopamine heavy, like cerebrolysin, 9-me-BC, BPC-157, etc.

    I think the neurological benefits of androsterone will help for PSSD though. I’ve just never really personally helped/worked with a PSSD-case.
    How about post accutane syndrome. A guy on the whatsapp group said people with pfs have upregulated AR and people with PAS have downregulated AR.
    I've already ordered my UH anyways. But now im realising it might not work the same since I have post accutane syndrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOPE View Post
    So you don’t think the protocol would work for PSSD?
    Literally not what I said at all. I said I'm not sure of the prohormones affect on the mechanism of action related to PSSD. Even went as far as to offer some potential alternatives if the protocol didn't work. I would continue on doing what you're doing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Turnover25 View Post
    What’s bpc157? Seen you list this several times
    What is BPC-157? - The Powerful Healing Peptide

    Can be taken orally (source above), sublingually (science.bio) or injected science.bio). It's great for recovery from injuries if injected into the localized site of injury, and orally/sublingually it's fantastic for gut health and even more fantastic for fixing/modulating the dopamine/serotonin system and neurosteroid system. Been the best treatment I've ever tried for PTSD, hands down.

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    How about post accutane syndrome. A guy on the whatsapp group said people with pfs have upregulated AR and people with PAS have downregulated AR.
    I've already ordered my UH anyways. But now im realising it might not work the same since I have post accutane syndrome.
    Again, it's hard for me to say. It makes sense that it would work. I also have never assisted anyone to recovery with post accutane (not because it doesn't work, more so we just haven't had any on this board). With anything in life, you've got to give it a try to see either way.
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    @HOPE
    Go on the fast for as long as recommended. I think TMO will help you. Its bound to improve anyone mentally and physically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOPE View Post
    Thank you. To be honest, hearing that some veterans on the forum are unsure if the protocol works for PSSD really got me down.
    Sometimes I want a direct "YES that issue will recover" but I don't get it.
    At the end of the day, this protocol has every base covered. Might need to tweak something here or there but we have the general layout set. 👍🏻

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