How To Lower Prolactin: A Quick 10 Tip Guide

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  1. Hans

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    Hi all,

    Since this is a hormone that many want to lower and I see great interest in finding solutions for it, I thought I'd create an article for it.

    Here it is: Lower prolactin: a 10 quick tip guide » MenElite

    Let me know you thought or if you have any questions.
     
  2. ecstatichamster

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    Nice. Well done.

    metergoline works well and has few or no side effects.
     
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    You mentioned avoiding opioids, dairy and wheat, but in that same space I think you could write about the counters to those foods, namely coffee and pineapple (or bromelain), respectively.
     
  4. Vladimir Erfán

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    Wow man, very comprehensive, doing gods work there. Thanks!
     
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    Looks very comprehensive.. especially clearing estrogen section.
     
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    i would be interested in a protocol for mothers who are wrapping up pregnancy and breastfeeding chapter of their lives and are eager to get hormonal levels, especially prolactin levels, optimized. I wonder how long it takes, after ending breastfeeding, for prolactin levels to go down, and whether some of the strategies Hans describes would be advisable for a woman trying to wean baby.

    Also are high prolactin levels while nursing implicated in metabolic problems? Anecdotally I’ve heard of many women who say they couldn’t lose weight until their babies weaned. Usually this is ascribed to massive appetite while nursing (I haven’t found this to be true but it makes sense). And I know very very few mothers—especially mothers in their thirties—who come out of pregnancy and maternity without being fat or skinny fat.
     
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    Really appreciate the article, you've got a dope site. Did you mention Sorghum?
     
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    Yes good one, but I'd start with natural supplements, such as vitamin E, Tribulus, Mucuna, etc., first to see if I can lower prolactin, but if someone is up for a drug, then that is a good one.
    Yes good point. Medium roast being the best. :)

    Thanks man!
    Thanks man. I take about it in my DHT article yes.
    Thanks!
     
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    Quite a few people anecdotally mention in the Metergoline thread (and I think someone even done labs), that it didn't reduce their prolactin levels? Any ideas why this might be the case?
     
  11. ecstatichamster

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    I don't see how that's possible. These products are quite reliable.
     
  12. Hairfedup

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    Do you believe that porn and masturbation/ejaculation [especially if one has an addiction/severe frequency] has a significant effect on prolactin levels and overall hormonal balance/imbalance?
     
  13. Sam Suska

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    @Hans thanks for the resource. good stuff.
     
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    Great work @Hans keep it up!
     
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    :hattip
    Thanks!
     
  16. ecstatichamster

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    Yes I think so.
     
  17. Hairfedup

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    Thanks, further motivation for me. I believe its messed me up beyond belief.
     
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    Another great article, @Hans!
     
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    Thanks man!
     
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