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  1. About sexual dysfunction: I reported a while ago I did many tests and reached a few conclusions. First of all, I experienced depression 1 year AFTER the treatment ended (8 months in 2011). The depression lasted from 2012 to 2014 at least. While the depression has completely vanished the low libido has remained. I remember back in June 9, 2012 I was 100% different from what I am today (had an erection in public) and was probably experiencing high libido. Over the years the whole thing ev
  2. You need to get tested for this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diabetes_insipidus?wprov=sfti1
  3. I just got my last results and there's nothing specific about them worth mentioning. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1JzsXB3aClrbD4lsL8EOgOijwSRtU4D2e And: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gAGe24UiKpSy1WdISAVTieC19G_VT6jv https://drive.google.com/open?id=1C0Ja_rvWB8FTOubl2QHlAMOMF5qbxn9D DHT (Dihydrotestosterone): 360 pg/mL. Lab ranges for men (31-40 years old): 17,7 - 775,0 pg/mL ***** I also did complete blood count, Beta-2 microglobulin, Cholesterol and Lactate dehydrogenase
  4. Accutane is derived from vitamin a. Overdosing on vitamin a, will produce the same effects of accutane, but, with more side effects, it may not last as long as accutane does as well. Accutane is a retinoid (which there are retinoid receptors in your cells), accutane is 13-cis-retinoic acid, or isotretioin. Your liver makes a little bit of isotretioin on its own. Though accutane is synthetically made. I am not a chemist, so I do not know all the differences between the two. Overdosing on vitamin
  5. In case there's any doubt Accutane causes depression, I have two pictures from the exact period when my libido was increased and at the same time I was feeling worse than ever before (June, 2012). This was almost 1 year after the treatment ended. If I were to describe how I felt at the time I would recommend watching Spock in the episode "The Naked Time". Suddenly I was acting like him, totally out of character. I remember I cried for days/weeks, something I never did before. And I never used an
  6. My age is 33, I was born Oct 25, 1984. The accutane treatment was in 2011. I did the DHT blood test today and in the next week I'll have the DHEA-S and DHT results. I don't know if DHEA-S will help in any way, I am guessing it's not relevant as I thought. I did some research today and noticed that the Omega-3 Fish Oil 1000mg prescribed by the nutritionist needs to have vitamin E to prevent spoilage: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4677810/ A good ammount of the eicosapentae
  7. Apparently it works, too. The issue here is the following: would it work at smaller doses or show to be ineffective for this end? I am not going to use Cabergoline and similar drugs. They are very expensive and perhaps would work better for very high prolactin, for someone in a situation far worse than mine. I am a healthy individual, so it's very likely with these changes and new supplements prescribed by the nutritionist things will improve significantly. Still I'll see this month if it's wort
  8. Bioavailable testosterone: isn't this just a calculation instead of another test? http://www.issam.ch/freetesto.htm Based on this link I have 170 ng/dL = 47.5 % of bioavailable testosterone. This is how I reached this value: Albumin is already at 4.3 ng/dL (haven't tested for this) SHBG levels were 32.6 nmol/L If the site is asking TOTAL testosterone the blood tests showed 357 ng/dL (307 in august, 419 in november, after supplementing with vitamin D). The calculator says 7.23 ng/dL = 2
  9. Unfortunately I don't have old blood tests to compare with all these done from August 2017 until today. All these years I only checked all the other stuff except testosterone, prolactin and these very specific ones. I don't think I even tested for those during 2011 when I did the treatment with Accutane. One thing I am sure: there's no way my testosterone was so low - in June 2012 (for example), I had high libido at this point but was experiencing depression at the same time, now there's not eve
  10. I did more blood tests and already have some results: https://goo.gl/PvoRNS Vitamin D and prolactin were measured again, for the 4th time. This time I saw something interesting: august and november = 25, january 28, but today it was 20.54 ng/mL. This is the first time the values changed. That means prolactin levels can be lower in ideal conditions, they are higher when someone is under stress for example, and with all these changes I am going to make I am very optimistic this can be achie
  11. For the record, here's what I found out just now: the max intake for Vitamin B-6, suggested to treat high prolactin instead of the expensive (and needed for years with a chance of the results being scrapped after interruption of treatment) Cabergoline and similar drugs. (and this one was pointed as the best choice/most effective in treating the high prolactin): - Pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (PLP), the metabolically active form (sold as P-5-P vitamin supplement) It's not even 50 mg, but 25 mg
  12. I visited a nutritionist today and so far he only prescribed (note: I go to the gym everyday) Whey Protein Concentrate, Creatine (5g/day), Fish Oil 1000 mg (3/day), and: Fat-soluble vitamins: D-3 (2000 UI) and E (200 UI). He said to take one pill/day. Plus probiotics, 1/day. What he recommended can be seen here: https://goo.gl/GCTJ8T and https://goo.gl/Egw9bf I am still waiting for my new diet, he also sent some general tips, but that was it, about vitamin B-6 he only mentioned this o
  13. I discovered some relevant evidence, for those who saw all the blood tests and additional exams I posted here, and have been following my profile: https://goo.gl/SBrYsU This is the proof I did this treatment, and how it worked during 2011. In one of the papers the visits to dermatologists are listed (CISAM = the name of the clinic), in March 31, May 17, June 9 and August 31. I didn't have to pay for anything (not even the drug). In the other paper you can see the dates in which isotretino
  14. ********** I agree that this could be the case, even likely to be the case. Although, don't let that get to you to much. It is what it is. Psycology 101 makes the assumption that the mind can control the body, but it has been my observation through this post accutane stuff that the body does alot of controlling of the mind. That may sound a little vague but hopefully the idea makes it across. ********** There are tons of things we do in our daily lives (not just taking for months a powerful
  15. My zinc levels are normal. I don't think I have any of the low testosterone symptoms, or little drive/motivation (the latter is something I never had). But (and this I explained in the other forum) I am 99% sure I have at least these SPD traits: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schizoid_personality_disorder = Consistent preference for solitary activities. = Very few, if any, close friends or personal relationship, and a lack of desire for such. I have always been like this towards every
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