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GBL/GHB chronic abuse - ED

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#1 Magic Man

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Posted 13 July 2019 - 10:27 AM


First of all... I have used GBL for near 9 years now. This drug has been incredible for getting rid of social anxiety. Absolute life saver. It seems to have no negative side effects (almost). I can sleep 5-6 hours of supers sleep a night and feel like I slept 12 hours. It has decreased my cholesterol and blood pressure. I'm a bodybuilder and get these things checked out because I'm also on testosterone and TRT. I have seen nothing but positive side effects from using this drug.... Although I have gone into the abuse territory by taking it 24/7... Meaning dosing hourly. To do...pretty much everything. I have take a month or two off here or there but always get back on because life is that much better on it. I even love to train on it.

 

HOWEVER. There is something about GBL that is causing severe erectile dysfunction and loss of libido when used chronically without breaks. It goes away fast when I take a break but I am wondering what could be the cause of this? GBL is known to release growth hormone which I've verified myself with blood tests. It releases an amazing 4IU worth of pharma GH in a matter in 2-3 hours. I have most definitely noticed anti ageing and fat loss benefits from it. It also releases prolactin which is a known cause for ED but I take cabergoline which pretty much can crush it at a low dosage. Prolactin is not the cause.

 

I suspect GBL depletes some essential amino acids, vitamins or minerals needed for erection or nitric oxide. I can't figure out what it is. Has anyone got any ideas? There's always cialis and other ED drugs but I know I function PERFECTLY well if I drop all the drugs. And please don't tell me to stop using it as without G I will fall into severe depression, isolate & hate myself etc. It has been a life saver for me. I am not interested in any other drugs.

 

I just need to figure out how to counteract the ED effect. Any ideas guys?


Edited by Magic Man, 13 July 2019 - 10:29 AM.


#2 unbreakable

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Posted 13 July 2019 - 12:31 PM

I don't know what might be the reason for the ED if it's not the prolactin. Maybe mild metabolic acidosis?

 

Normally people who (ab)use GBL 24/7 develop severe physical dependence pretty fast (within weeks to months), sometimes resulting in life-threatening delirum tremens upon suddently stopping the drug. But I guess they really take it every 1-2 hours + higher doses during the night so they can sleep and that for weeks to months or longer without days off.


Edited by unbreakable, 13 July 2019 - 12:34 PM.


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#3 Magic Man

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Posted 13 July 2019 - 12:36 PM

I don't know what might be the reason for the ED if it's not the prolactin. Maybe mild metabolic acidosis?

 

Normally people who (ab)use GBL 24/7 develop severe physical dependence pretty fast (within weeks to months), sometimes resulting in life-threatening delirum tremens upon suddently stopping the drug. But I guess they really take it every 1-2 hours and also higher doses during the night so they can sleep.

 

Happens to some people but in my case I can take a few benzos and be back to normal... Minus the long term damage done to the GABA and GHB receptors. I usually start craving G, benzos or alcohol REALLY bad so obviously there are some long term effects included. Nowhere near as bad as alcohol or benzos though. I've gone through xanxa withdrawals before and compared to G it's pure hell.



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