« Last post by 53chevy on November 20, 2021, 07:12:29 am »
Took some time off from experimenting because I've been too busy to be all depressed or messed up due to hormones being out of whack but I'm back at it. If you'll recall I was on selegiline a few months ago. I think I was on it about 6 weeks and didn't see any real improvement, or so I thought. It did seem to make me piss more often which goes along with my dopamine/sodium excretion theory but what I didn't notice was that my asthma had disappeared while on selegiline. I didn't even notice until it came back with a vengeance about 2 weeks after I got off selegiline. This further makes me believe that low dopamine is at least one issue I'm having because low dopamine can cause asthma. Well, I wanted to give wellbutrin another try and see if I could work thru the depression it causes me so I started back on it a couple months ago. I was on it for about 6 weeks when I finally said enough, I can't handle the depression so I quit that. I went back on the selegiline about 4 weeks ago mostly to get rid of the asthma and for the last week there has been no asthma. It does seem to give me terrible heartburn tho so I guess for now I need to pick either heartburn or asthma. I think I'll deal with the heartburn for now.
Been reading up a little on Cat's regimen. I got some enclomiphene coming, should be here tomorrow. I have no clue if it's legit or not so I guess I'll have to get bloodwork after I've been on it for a bit to see if it's legit. I have some questions for Cat. I'm just now studying on your regimen so my knowledge on it is quite small. Why are you taking kisspeptin and gnrh with the enclomiphene? I now understand about the negative feedback loop and having to use serms to block the estrogen receptors so if you're blocking those receptors then why do you need kisspeptin and gnrh? Does a normal or high level of T play into the feedback and shutdown or lower gnrh output? Also, why use both kisspeptin and gnrh? Doesn't kisspeptin control gnrh? Seems like using one or the other would suffice.