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Brain Damage from Raceram Pramiracetam Sunifiram from Chinese Lab

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#1 Coffeee

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Posted 30 March 2022 - 04:47 AM


After 10 years of a year of Megadosing in my mid 20s I still cannot achieve an erection without the use of drugs. Ive seen many doctors who tell me my levels are good. Any ideas of how else I can pinpoint whats damaged inside of me?



#2 Coffeee

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Posted 12 November 2022 - 06:54 PM

racetam*



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#3 Coffeee

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Posted 19 March 2024 - 09:18 AM

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#4 Galaxyshock

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Posted 20 March 2024 - 05:24 AM

Is erectile dysfunction the only symptom?

 

Megadosing poorly studied nootropics is definitely something that can do unknown damage. Neurotoxicity might indeed have happened.



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Posted 20 March 2024 - 05:30 AM

Is erectile dysfunction the only symptom?

 

Megadosing poorly studied nootropics is definitely something that can do unknown damage. Neurotoxicity might indeed have happened.

 

After I took the pill of pram i stood up because i felt like the soul was being sucked out of the core of my brain, my heart rate went up, i didnt know what to do, i couldent do anything, that feeling lasted like 5 to 10 minutes than subsided....later that night with my girlfriend i could not get an erection as usual...i didnt think anything of it, the next morning for the first time i did not have morning wood...i remember like it was yesterday, I have never experienced a normal erection since....whats neuro toxicity? any cure to it?



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Posted 20 March 2024 - 05:42 AM

Neurotoxicity is damage to the brain, and/or the peripheral nervous system. Taking a good look to the mechanisms of Pramiracetam is something I would do. That could reveal something. Quick search only tells it affects acetylcholine.

 

To me sounds like you had a short panic attack or something, and as a result your genitals don't "excite" in response to sexual arousal anymore.

 

Maybe it's cholinergic issue, perhaps glutamatergic or nitric oxide. Just guesswork, I don't have any good ideas how to cure it as you seem to have tried a ton of different things.



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Posted 22 March 2024 - 06:29 AM

Neurotoxicity is damage to the brain, and/or the peripheral nervous system. Taking a good look to the mechanisms of Pramiracetam is something I would do. That could reveal something. Quick search only tells it affects acetylcholine.

 

To me sounds like you had a short panic attack or something, and as a result your genitals don't "excite" in response to sexual arousal anymore.

 

Maybe it's cholinergic issue, perhaps glutamatergic or nitric oxide. Just guesswork, I don't have any good ideas how to cure it as you seem to have tried a ton of different things.

 

Ive always suspected "glutamatergic or nitric oxide" but when I tell this to any doctor they just look at me with a clueless face.



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Posted 26 March 2024 - 01:28 PM

Ive always suspected "glutamatergic or nitric oxide" but when I tell this to any doctor they just look at me with a clueless face.

 

Yup, I would prescribe the average doctor a good dose of neuroscience.





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