« Last post by Cronometer on July 24, 2021, 08:15:38 pm »
> I have heard from numerous people on this site that taking Vitamin E
> can help lower prolactin. Is this true?
No, I don't think so.
> If you would happen to know some research or data about what doses of vitamin E
> would be SAFE to take for my hyperprolactinemia, could you let me know and/or
> send a link in the replies below (or PM me the link)?
For hyperprolactinoma I'd ask for a diagnostic test such as ultrasound.
But, out of curiousity, I wouldn't shy away from experimenting with vitamin E for a few days, weeks, or months.
I wouldn't take any advice from //en.wikipedia.org -- they've got too many FEAR messages.
However, I have faith in the book "Life Extension" by Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw. On page 747
the authors say Kelly Freas, the artist with the arthritic hands, took 10,000 IU of vitamin E along with
20,000 IU of vitamin A, per day. And that he was on that regimen for at least 8-10 months.
> My doctor won’t let me try Caber or Bromo because I already take Focalin for ADHD
> and with my mildly elevated hematocrit and cortisol, my doc isn't comfortable "risking any more
> cardiovascular strain".
I would start looking for a better doctor.
A) because, if I had hyperprolactinoma and low free testosteron, I would work on those conditions/disorders.
And B) because a better doctor would initiate a few highly important diagnostic tests, instead of simply
"letting you try" one of those meds.
And C) because if it was Focalin, and nothing but Focalin, that tied to my current doctor, I wouldn't
stick with that doctor -- because there are many excellent OTC supplements for ADHD.
> and with my mildly elevated hematocrit
To my profile I'd add the relevant hematocrit numbers.
I hope this helps.