Male Potency & Testosterone Loss!

by Samir

Hi, I have a question for you.

I'm 19 years old ..

I had some sort of depression because of a situation I went through.

After that my Testicles have shrunk and I became fat.

About 3 months ago, I had depression again, and my testicles shrunk more and more and my body became absolutely pear shaped.

I also have Erectile Dysfunction.

I also started to lose the hair on my face ...

I checked for a varicocele vein in my testis, but that wasn't the problem.

Checked my hormones, and everything seems to be fine.

My Testosterone is in the low normal range.

Questions...

What is causing this to happen ?

If I got my testosterone back, would that treat my pear shape figure?

And what about the Size of my Penis? Is it going to come back ?

Male Potency & Testosterone Loss!

Hello Samir,

The size of your penis is the least of your worries right now.

If you're suffering testicular atrophy, losing facial hair, and have erectile dysfunction at the age of 19, something is seriously wrong.

You had your hormones tested, so I assume you're under the care of a doctor?

I'm not a big fan of doctors, due to their tendency to medicate every problem that walks through the door, but in your case, I think medical attention is warranted.

Find a good naturopathic doctor, and work with him to get to the root of the problem.

Naturopaths heal, they don't medicate, so do your best to find a good one.

Based on what you're telling me, these are the things I'd look into with the doctor if I were you.

Estrogen

The pear shaped body, loss of facial hair, testicular atrophy, and erectile dysfunction leads me to believe you have seriously elevated estradiol levels.

If I'm wrong, and your estrogen levels are normal, here are a few other things to consider.

Klinefelter's syndrome

Testicular cancer

Chemical exposure

Diabetes

Adrenal fatigue

Infection (meningitis, syphilis, mumps)

Radiation exposure

Drugs-Medications

It's not panic time yet, but if I were you, I'd do everything possible to find out what's happening.

What I would not do, is let a doctor talk me into any form of testosterone replacement therapy, especially at only 19.

Keep in touch, and let us know how things work out!

Mark

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