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"SolutionFirst of all PSSD community is bunch of psychotic. Talking about epigenetic change and other stuff they don't know about. It's not even disease but simptom. After 3 years no improvement i start to check deep. Diagnosis of chronic gastrits with helicobacter pylori. Eradicated them and gone on healthy varied diet. PSSD has been gone within 3 months. thats it. Deficient of some nutritions. What do people have in common? Years of stress, poor diet? Check GI Tract.
Usage of antibitotics + Prilosec. I recommend to search some terms at your own forum. Diarrhea, stomach, abdominal, stool, colitis, gut, funny isn't it?
Single case report is no science to you?"https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4297217/http://www.pssdforum.com/search.php?author_id=126&sr=posts She has problem with Helicobacter pylori too. Since 2015 she wasn't on forum. Maybe she's too 100% cured by antibitotics?
"GI Tract Problems
Every so often, I am confronted with a case that forces me back to the GI tract. While I am uncertain of the legitimacy of these cases, I believe that their repeated occurrence deserves them a spot on this site.
This began in 2015 when PSSD forum user iggy131313 posted about anecdotal reports of help from anti-fungals. These findings can be summarized on this site’s page dedicated to Nystatin. Licorice Root has also been hypothesized to help PSSD due to its anti-fungal properties.
In the spring of 2018, PSSD forum member afx posted about his PSSD success with anti-fungals, which has been edited down (…) and proof-read for [minor] punctuation.
I am 7 years sufferer from PSSD after 3 years of extensive use of antidepressants…I ended up with all the PSSD symptoms, all of them, You name it. I tried lots of stuff and I know how it is frustrating when nothing really works…My improvements so far – Sensation +++ Orgasms +++ Libido ++ Erection ++ Arousal ++ Basically, everything keeps on improving. What is the medication?
Itraconazole 100mg capsules (taken 2x in the morning and 2x in the evening so totally 400mg daily, started with 100mg a day to see if there is no adverse reaction of the body) + quality probiotic… I have noticed some results after only 2-3 days of Itraconazole.
Itraconazole is a very potent antifungal. I also tried Nystatin for over a month (5 M.U. daily) with absolutely no effect. Nystatin first of all is NOT a SYSTEMIC ANTIFUNGAL (works only locally in the gut)… There are also few people who tried Fluconazole (Diflucan) but for very limited time and in small doses and it may not work in all cases also because it has smaller spectrum of action than Itraconazole.
Go to a lab a get Your blood tested – for Candida, Aspergillus and all possible Fungi, Molds, Yeasts that they offer. Antigens, antibodies and IgA IgG IgM, simply all methods possible…Problem with these pathogens is that once they multiply and migrate and are present in some parts inside of the body they release multiple toxins that PREVENT in our case sexual [organs] from… using our own body hormones (testosterone) as [they] should.
[Itraconazole] does work for me and keeps healing my symptoms of PSSD everyday that I have been suffering for over 7 years. Chunk by chunk, not artificial boosts like from other medications that is one day perfect next smaller then good again then fades away completely… It is best taken alone or with synergic antifungal like Terbinafine, but I did not try this combination myself yet…
– afx, April 2018 @ http://www.pssdforum.com
I am taking this for almost a month and I have noticed some very nice successes that keep building up so far mostly in sensation and orgasms, but other sexual aspects like libido are also improving
– afx, May 2018 update
In the summer of 2018, a reddit user claimed he had received a:
“Diagnosis of chronic gastrits with helicobacter pylori. Eradicated them and gone on healthy varied diet. PSSD has been gone within 3 months. thats it. Deficient of some nutritions…Check GI Tract.”
– r/PSSD user
After reaching out for specifics he responded cryptically:
Usage of antibitotics + Prilosec.
– r/PSSD user
PSSD has been hypothesized to share similarities to Post-Finasteride Syndrome (PFS). A user, saywhatwhat, on http://www.curezone.org posted about his PFS recoverysometime in 2015.
I’m writing this because I was one of the several people who experienced dramatically compromising side effects after taking finasteride in the form of Propecia. Said side effects included an essential collapse of my sexual system (no libido, impotence), brain fog, anxiety issues, depression, ’emotional blunting,’ and fatigue.
It took me 11 years and several doctors, but I finally got a diagnosis and–lo and behold–I’m cured. I’m cured!
It turns out I had a parasitic protozoa called e. histolytica. It’s been mentioned on this website before and it seems exceedingly common globally. An estimated 10% of the population has it, but apparently it’s asymptomatic in most people.
I welcome responses to this message and will be happy to answer questions. Here are answers to questions I can think of:
1. I was diagnosed by an actual doctor.
2. I did eventually come to suspect I had a parasite. The suspicion only aroused once I tried an elimination diet. Wheat was fine, dairy was fine, eggs were fine, but Sugar (sucrose) triggered my symptoms to a terrible degree. The Sugar connection is what eventually led me to question parasites.
3. I did try a few at-home remedies, and some of them were genuinely effective in abating symptoms but none of them cured the infection. It must be treated with antibiotics.
4. Alternative treatments that offered release were avoiding sugar, Humaworm, and ParaGone. I’d personally recommend ParaGone over Humaworm, but I think they’re both effective.
5. I also experienced relief from Lactoferrin (Jarrow’s brand), and found they made the other treatments (including antibiotics) much more effective.
6. The antibiotics that cured me were metronidazole (500mg 3x a day for 10 days) and paromomycin (1,000mg 3x a day for 5 days). Relief came pretty quickly–I felt 90% on top of the world by day three.
7. I have no idea where I caught e. histolytica. I assume it was in my body for a while, and then the Propecia made it rage out of control. I wish I had caught this 11 years sooner, but I’m just glad to have it done with.
If you or anyone you know is having problems with Propecia, please see a doctor about e. histolytica! I had a stool test come back negative initially, but it showed up on a retest. I’d recommend finding an infectious/tropical disease specialist in your area, or a gastroenterologist familiar with e.h.
Again, I’ll try and respond to any replies to this. I wish everyone the best of luck, and I really hope this works for all fellow Propecia sufferers, as I finally feel like I have my life back now.
– saywhatwhat, 2015
SAYWHATWHAT RESPONSES (2017)
I had a rectal swab performed by a parasitologist, so he basically took some mucus out of my butt and then looked at it in a microscope.
My symptoms were all over the board, but I had a lot of the typical ones: zero libido, impotence, anxiety, fatigue, and shortness of breath. I never had any feminization symptoms like swollen breasts, although I did end up gaining about 40 pounds, which was very very unlike me (I’m naturally pretty slim even without exercise).
For my gastro symptoms, I would get bad anxiety after eating just about everything, especially sugar. I basically never had well-formed bowel movements and peed like a crazy person all the time. I also ended up getting really weird muscle twitches all over my body (esp. hands, calves, eyelids, and the tops of my shoulders), but those all completely disappeared once I was treated for the e. histolytica.
I’m not a doctor so please don’t take this as medical advice, but my understanding is that with an e. histolytica infection, Metronidazole needs to be taken initially to kill the adult form of the protozoa, after which Paromomycin needs to be taken to kill the eggs (and I’m guessing any potential retard generation).
That said, you do *not* take these two drugs together. They need to be taken in succession, with Metronidazole first followed by Paromomycin. I hope this helps!"