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    How Do Permanently Lower Prolactin?

    To* Alright Did gear a few years back. Prolactin went really high during PCT, which caused issues for months after. 4 years on my libido is still low. I know dopamine is the issue because the peptide PT-141 temporarily fixed my problems for a few days. My prolactin is on the high range and...
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    Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Depletes DHEA-S And Other Sulfated Steroids

    It is well-known that in animal studies acetaminophen has a potent anti-androgenic and feminizing effect. In some animal models it also reliably causes autism-like symptoms. Given its widespread use and heavy marketing by hospitals, especially to pregnant women (due to its lack of effect on...
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    Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Decreases Respiration By Changing Cardiolipin Composition

    I posted a few threads recently on the negative effects of acetaminophen (Tylenol) on brain function and steroid response. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Exposure During Pregnancy Feminizes The Offspring Acetaminophen raises serotonin/adrenaline, aspirin lowers it User @Koveras also posted a thread...
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    5α-Dihydroprogesterone (5α-DHP) Is More Effective Than Progesterone As Estrogen Antagonist

    The study below showed that the steroid 5α-Dihydroprogesterone (5α-DHP) is more effective that progesterone in decreasing the levels of estrogen receptor and can deliver the same result at quite low doses. The HED for 5α-DHP to achieve 75% inhibition of estrogen receptor levels were just...
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    Estrogen Or Anti-androgen Therapy Shrinks Brain And Destroys Grey Matter

    This was a human study and one of the very few to look at steroid effects on the brain as a result of supplementation. As the study said, the results are very relevant for all women who take birth control pills or HRT. It even says that estrogen therapy is known to cause dementia later in life...
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    The So-called "chemobrain" Condition May Be Due To Decreased Dopamine

    Many patients with cancer complain of brain fog, forgetfullness, confusion, and irritability. The condition has been called "chemobrain" as it often starts shortly after initiating chemotherapy sessions and thus fat medicine is baffled as to what causes it. Judging by the signs, I have always...
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    Bone As A Regulator Of Glucose Metabolism

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24127499 For a long time the only functions attributed to the skeleton were locomotion and calcium storage. Over the last decade, this view has changed. Genetic studies in mice have shown that bone metabolism is regulated by the autonomic nervous system and...
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