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Source for mifepristone for HPA problems

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#1 Jackhill41

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Posted 24 June 2017 - 03:32 PM


Hello all,

 

I went through a 2-year period of intense stress almost 20 years  and since then have suffered from the usual stress-related problems (poor memory, low libido, cognitive problems, etc.).  I am guessing there is something wrong with my HPA axis, among other things.  Ashwaganda and maca provide some relief but are far from cures.  

 

I would like to try mifepristone, which has often been discussed on this form as a novel treatment for HPA dysfunction.  I am looking for a source.  I found this but have no idea if it's trustworthy:

 

http://www.onlineabo...uy-mifepristone

 

 

I think some studies using mifepristone for PTSD have dosed 600 mg per day for a week, which mean I'm looking at a cool grand.  Ouch.  I have thought about getting a female friend to ask for a prescription but I don't know if doctors are willing to prescribe a total of 4200 mgs of it (I think the abortion dose is 200 mg?).  Any info on alternative sources of mifepristone, or thoughts on it in general, would be greatly appreciated.   



#2 hdl_1

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Posted 24 June 2017 - 04:46 PM

Not related to the subject, but here is my experience with Fasoracetam which may address some of the stress related issues.

http://www.longecity...d-6-weeks-after

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#3 Jackhill41

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Posted 29 June 2017 - 05:02 PM

Thanks for the suggestion, hdl, I will add that to my list of things to try.

 

Anyone else?







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