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Case Study: Birth control pills disabled her hypothalamus-pituitary-ovarian axis; Birth control pill withdrawal and chronic over-masturbation results in deficiency of estrogen and progesterone for excessive inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E2 production, urethral sensation with persistent sexual arousal symptoms, urinary urgency,  pelvic pain, low back pain, pelvic cramp, and endometriosis

Reader: 7/08/2010>

I am a 22 year old female and I have been suffering from various problems for a year and a half now. First I had a bad bout with thyroiditis, followed immediately by the development of some sort of urologic/sexual problems. For the past year, I have been experiencing a constant urge to urinate coupled with what feels like PSAS. The sensation never goes away, no matter what myself or the many doctors I have seen try. I also have relatively constant low back pain and sometimes non cyclic pelvic pain. Actual sexual arousal sometimes gives me pelvic cramping as well. I have also found out that I have minimal endometriosis, but that was removed during surgery with no relief in my symptoms. I am involved in a very happy relationship, but I do occasionally masturbate and have since I was young. This does nothing to relieve this sensation. If you could advise me on any supplements that you think may be helpful, I would sincerely appreciate it as this is ruining my life.

Dr. Lin: 7/09/2010>
It is due to the excessive release of the inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E-2 in the pelvic tissue. The excessive release of prostaglandin E2 is generally induced by excessive stress hormone norepinephrine.
Both norepinephrine and prostaglandin E2 causes your pelvic pain, cramps, endometriosis, frequent urination, over-reactive bladder, and persistent sexual arousal.
Our LoveLonger(3-008) can eliminate these symptoms.

Reader: 7/10/2010>
Once again, thank you for your response. You have no idea how miraculous it would be for me to be rid of this awful feeling, it has really taken over my life completely. I ordered the LoveLonger yesterday as you suggested, and I will be starting the Fish Oil today. I do have a few more questions though, of course. One is that I went off of birth control about 3 months before the onset of this overactive bladder/PSAS syndrome, could this have anything to do with it? If so, is the treatment different? Anything else I should try to take or that I should try to avoid? Also, is there an average amount of time that these things take to resolve themselves once on the right supplements? Any of your advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again!

Dr. Lin: 7/10/2010>
Generally, when you suddenly withdrew the birth control pills, you pituitary glands get a shock from deficiency of estrogen or/and progesterone, which generates a peri-menopause symptoms with a rush LH and FSH release. This will create a transient response of your nervous system. Some women get anxiety or mood swing from the abrupt change of the hormonal level.  The overactive bladder/PSAS syndrome is an anxious response of the urogential system since progesterone is the hormone that suppresses sexual desire or orgasmic ability in the luteal phase. When you stop taking the progesterone birth control pills and when your ovarian function doesn't return to the normal state, you will get PSAS.
The LoveLonger formula can help you repower up the pituitary-ovarian axis.