Tag: Oxytocin

The Story behind the Oxytocin Case Report (Now published in JPEM!)

Just over two years has passed since the incredible day it ‘clicked’ that not only was Oxytocin missing from Hana’s medication regime (and, at the time – in my opinion -in the regime of every single Panhypopit patient in the WORLD) but that she NEEDED it and MUST have it. To my surprise, my initial…

“If Science Won’t Move for You: MOVE Science!” Oxytocin and how YOU are Moving Science!

Science is moving forwards and it’s you guys that are moving it! I’m hearing there are some Oxytocin changes on the grapevine and some of it is thanks to YOU for reading and sharing my posts on Oxytocin and Hana’s trial and for persisting and believing that treatment for Pituitary patients could be better! Of course…

Update on how Oxytocin Hormone Replacement changed our lives! (Please share and spread the word for Brain Cancer Survivors and Sufferers of Pituitary Disorders)

This update is loooong overdue! Sorry about that, but if you’ve been following my Facebook page you’ll know that life for my little Brain Tumour survivor, Hana (- and us!)  has been pretty tricky recently. The ups and downs have really taken it out of me, feeling just a tad faded and jaded… The Earlier…

Oxytocin for Muscle Healing and Anti-Ageing: Another reason to prescribe for Brain Cancer Survivors?

I started talking about why I believe Oxytocin should be a standard medication in the regime of brain cancer survivors with a damaged hypothalamic-pituitary access a few months ago. If this is the first post you’re reading about my thoughts on Oxytocin and if you want to know why my daughter is the only little…

Introducing Dr John Hart & ‘Compounded’ – For Brain Tumour Survivors interested in Oxytocin and Bio-identical Hormone Replacement

After I published ‘A Plea to Scientists Worldwide: Study Oxytocin for Brain Tumour Survivors Please!’ I began to get messages from brain cancer survivors  all over the world who are interested in trying Oxytocin either themselves or for their children. Many have been following my own journey trialling Oxytocin with my six year old daughter…

Could Oxytocin Therapy reduce Obsessive Behaviour in Brain Tumour Survivors?

A few days after the first part of our Oxytocin trial ended (read this to find out what happened!), I noticed something: Oxytocin reduced some of Hana’s obsessional behaviours, but it was only once these behaviours returned that I attributed this to the Oxytocin: Pens: Counting and Colour Coding Shortly after my daughter had her…