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help needed- 19 year old- small testicles due to bad blood flow and weak pelvis during pubery- varicocele and atrophy

hey there, im a 19 year old male with very small testicles. since puberty, either because of an accident or just bad luck, my testicles dont get enough blood to them, and so they didnt develop properly.

i also have varicoceles, which further stoped good blood through groin and testicles.

of course with small testicles i now have low testosterone, no muscle and quite a lot of fat.

i used horsechesstnut, but that made things worse as it is an astringent and stops blood flow.

what i need is something to make the blood flow better through my pelvis, groin and testicles, and to make my testicles healthy again.
once again i must stress that astringents like horsechestnut are bad for me.

please help me
  masterp on 2006-02-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please try AURUM METALLICUM 200, 1` dose every week , for at least 2 months.
But remember 1 thing that if it is due to some injury then the remedy will be ARNICA.
drsajid last decade
thank you- how do you think this will help- i like to understand the mechanism behind medication
masterp last decade
in this light do you think that strong dosages of arnica, and or whitch hazel might work

keeping in mind how bad a reaction i had to horsechestnut, should i stay away from whitchhazel as i hear they both have astringent properties.

many thanks
masterp last decade

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