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Jodi
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Any chance Ab-solved or Lipoderm affect Prolactin levels?


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Posted by: @Jodi
Any chance Ab-solved or Lipoderm affect Prolactin levels? 

They may alter blood levels very slightly in some cases. Used transdermally, the 2 supplements have the possibility of altering prolactin without a doubt.

However, prolactin can be increased or decreased by literally hundreds of different variables which usually have no clearly defined signifigance health-wise one way or the other. As far as prolactin's important roles in women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, there is no evidence of any harm from using the ingredients found in the 2 supplements you mentioned.


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Any chance Ab-solved or Lipoderm affect Prolactin levels? 

They may alter blood levels very slightly in some cases. Used transdermally, the 2 supplements have the possibility of altering prolactin without a doubt.

However, prolactin can be increased or decreased by literally hundreds of different variables which usually have no clearly defined signifigance health-wise one way or the other. As far as prolactin's important roles in women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, there is no evidence of any harm from using the ingredients found in the 2 supplements you mentioned.

Oxytocin, Vasopressin, and Prolactin are intricately inter-related to nursing in the mother.

Vasopressin levels are commonly high in women who also have low thyroid hormone levels. Absolved possibly can benefit and balance elevated estrogens due to the DHEA-derivative's thyroid hormone secretion stimulatory effects in women and in men.

Serum prolactin levels are very similar in adult men and in women who aren't pregnant/lactating. Prolactin levels also increase whenever thyroid-hormone production is low. The diurnal variations of prolactin release is the same in men/women and peaks in the blood 4-5 hours after onset of sleep in most cases.

While oral yohimbine HCL can elevate prolactin levels in healthy males, I know of no research demonstrating any prolactin alterations in women or men using transdermal yohimbine formulations...


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Jodi
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Thanks ergoman500.

Well my thyroid is fine. My liver is at 41 (don't know what that means but Doc said was a bit high) but my prolactin is off (dont have number) and I'm not getting my periods.

I have a history of hypo and hyper thyroidism but TSH, t3 & T4 levels are fine. He wants to monitor my liver enzymes and I had a CTScan and my liver showed a 15% increase. He also wants me to see my OBGYN about my Prolactin issue. So I was just questioning all the possibilities.


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I think LeptiGen will be more useful, for prolactin, as it will increase dopamine signalling, which seems to be the best thing there is for suppressing prolactin.

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Jodi
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Thanks Par!

Do you think its possible that either Absolved and or LipoY have caused the slight size increase in my liver?


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This is unrelated to Jodi's question, but since Par mentioned LPII, I'd like to quickly ask this:

The suppression of prolactin and a few other effects of LPII can negatively affect T production (in males). I'm wondering if the overall net effect of LPII will result in increased plasma androgen levels, or not.

For example, prolactin is involved in the maintenance of the LH receptor in the testes, so supressing prolactin too much can hinder the LH signal's effectiveness (would probably increase the LH pulse amplitude though)... Does LPII affect prolactin to a significant degree, and/or do the other effects of the 'fed/leptin' variety, overcome any potential problems such as this. I also wonder if the time of day you take LPII should be considered to avoid any downsides.

Like I said, there are a few others that come to mind besides the prolactin, and I'm curious as to what the net effect will be... If it is positive, I also then wonder if some of the adaptations and regulatory responses will pose problems upon cessation of use.

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I would not expect it to reduce prolactin below normal physiological levels -- the fed state is consistently associated with proper HPTA functioning, so I would be pretty suprised if it supressed them (though, it might not totally counteract the effects of a 1500 calorie/day deficit, in that regard)

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Posted by: @Jodi
Thanks Par!

Do you think its possible that either Absolved and or LipoY have caused the slight size increase in my liver?

The liver number is an enzyme level -- just working out increases liver enzyme levels (there was a study on this a couple of years ago that speculated that a lot of the supposed liver toxicity issues with steroids were an artifact of the fact that they often used bodybuilder and athletes as test subjects)

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Posted by: @Par Deus
I would not expect it to reduce prolactin below normal physiological levels -- the fed state is consistently associated with proper HPTA functioning, so I would be pretty suprised if it supressed them (though, it might not totally counteract the effects of a 1500 calorie/day deficit, in that regard)

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