HELP Sexual exhaustion adrenal fatigueHi guys I am new here what brought me is my story and I need help. It started when I was 15 from a friend advice I experimented with mastubation I got hook ever since until now I am 35. Last month I decided to stop didn't anything about withdrawal symptoms so I went for about 3 weeks cold turkey then one morning I decided to watch porn and mastabate while watching I started to fill cramy around my neck and my upper body began jerking and was filling cold but I watched and didn't mastabate. Then went an hour watched a bit but I didn't mastabate. Later afternoon I started filling weak thought I was hungry coz I had missed lunch so went to grab food while at it a started blacking out luckliy I doctor was close by we went in was shaking feeling cold I think now it was the adrenaline I recovered that day but was dizzy all the way home since that day I have been feeling likehypoglycemic so I eat every 2hours I feel dizzy I wake up every night around 2am it's hard to sleep always dehydrated Ilove around with salty water just resting at home. My blood work is saying I am fine. I did an eye light test and it's showing adrenal fatigue my hands and feet are always cold I resea he'd a bit so I am taking gensing tea everyday but I need your the doctors gave anti depressants and sleep pills I am nottaking them and also my digestion is very bad runny stools every morning I am foggy and not feeling alive indaytime fuzzy vision and light sensitive I need help what's is my Condition may you help me in any way
yorkdock on 2016-08-31
deadShaft 3 years ago
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