I appreciate everyone’s patience.  Since there is interest and visibility to this blog, expect posts to be more timely.      

The first step in this regimen is a rather obscure or at least somewhat rarely used antibiotic called Rifampin.  This medication is used to treat TB and certain skin conditions.  I’ve never known it to be unsafe if used correctly.  The interesting thing about this medication is a certain side effect.  What is this side effect?  It just so happens that Rifampin (it goes by other similar sounding names as well) raises testosterone.  And even more interesting, Rifampin seems to raise testosterone outside of the hormone feedback loop that fin somehow disabled.  Here is a link that discusses Rifampin’s effect on testosterone.  


In my regimen, I have used Rifampin at a dose of 300mg and 600mg per day for up to 2 weeks at a time.  There is an aspect of diminishing returns with the dosage as 300mg seems almost as potent as 600mg.  There are most likely varying degrees of response depending on the individual.  Rifampin will prime the body for other steps in the regimen.  This is a process, a healing process.  Every step and aspect is important and I’ll post again soon.  Good day to all              




3 thoughts on “

  1. please friend…I know you are busy but please post all your recovery details I am thinking of suicide daily cause of this syndrome…..please post and help us all! if anyone is in Sydney Australia please contact me maybe we can share some support as we all know….everyone who has not been through this simply does not understand what we go through….terminal cancer would of been easier than this! llewellyn_samuels@hotmail.com

  2. please post again I and millions of people are waiting for help friend!….please please please take a day or two and finish it….I am waiting and want to try your routine before I take my own life…please post!!!….we need your input….in the meantime I am going to order the antibiotic you mentioned from the internet and take it as doctors here in Australia wont prescribe it unless you need it.

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