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Prolactin vs desire (multiple O's) wrt dostinex (cabergoline)
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Prolactin vs desire (multiple O's) wrt dostinex (cabergoline)
03-20-2017 1:27 PM

Prolactin vs desire wrt dostinex (cabergoline)

I just read about a drug called dostinex which somehow works as a sexual help in making men and women able to have multiple orgasms by reducing or inhibiting Prolactin.

from wikipedia:
Quote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabergoline
Cabergoline (brand names Dostinex and others), an ergot derivative, is a potent dopamine receptor agonist on D2 receptors. Rat studies show cabergoline has a direct inhibitory effect on pituitary lactotroph (prolactin) cells.[1] It is frequently used as a first-line agent in the management of prolactinomas due to its higher affinity for D2 receptor sites, less severe side effects, and more convenient dosing schedule than the older bromocriptine.

Are there pheromones that also modify the body's production of Prolactin?

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03-21-2017 2:22 PM

Vitamin B6 and its activated compound, P5P, are decent at lowering Prolactin levels without the bad side effects associated with Cabergoline. Zinc will also help.
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03-22-2017 6:59 AM

(03-20-2017 1:27 PM)dexter Wrote:  Prolactin vs desire wrt dostinex (cabergoline)



Are there pheromones that also modify the body's production of Prolactin?

Whatever TAC is. That may have something to do with it...I'm guessing.

Prolactin-inhibiting hormone (PIH).

Another name for the hypothalamic hormone dopamine. It inhibits secretion of prolactin.

https://www.interactivephysiology.com/lo...ds/p83.htm

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03-22-2017 11:32 AM

(03-21-2017 2:22 PM)BarefootOxford Wrote:  Vitamin B6 and its activated compound, P5P, are decent at lowering Prolactin levels without the bad side effects associated with Cabergoline. Zinc will also help.

I've used caber and p5p and for everyday use without having to actually get a prescription for it yea p5p is the way to do it. I don't remember the exact levels from my blood tests but both pushed them down but caber was 40-something percent more effective I remember that. It's probably not worth the hassle of getting a prescription for it though when p5p is easily obtainable as a vitamin.
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03-22-2017 11:44 AM

(03-22-2017 11:32 AM)blitz Wrote:  I've used caber and p5p and for everyday use without having to actually get a prescription for it yea p5p is the way to do it. I don't remember the exact levels from my blood tests but both pushed them down but caber was 40-something percent more effective I remember that. It's probably not worth the hassle of getting a prescription for it though when p5p is easily obtainable as a vitamin.

How were the sides on caber?
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03-24-2017 11:03 AM

(03-22-2017 11:44 AM)BarefootOxford Wrote:  How were the sides on caber?

I don't remember experiencing any negative side effects from it
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03-24-2017 5:02 PM

(03-24-2017 11:03 AM)blitz Wrote:  I don't remember experiencing any negative side effects from it

I've taken both of these but I am prone to strange side effects in general. I can take massive amounts of some things with no sides and yet others cause sides.

Dostinex, Minirin, Cabergoline - I think it was Tim Ferriss that turned me on to this... anyhow, the side I recall: headache and face flush. I don't recall any amazing results. I probably have it sitting around. The Minirin is awesome for short term memory enhancement, so I keep that handy for serious negotiations. I bet you could find more info in the anti-aging/psychonaut forums etc.
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