Testicular Varicocele and Testosterone!

by Anonymous

Testicular Varicocele and Testosterone!

Good day! I just learned about the low Testosterone problem of mine.

I attributed certain other symptoms, which we all know, to other conditions like stress, hard work, age.

I am 41, and it sucks to think that my T is at 220.

I also remembered that I have a varicocele in the left testicle, which I have had since childhood.

Automatically, I thought that perhaps my testosterone production is only limited to 1 testicle.

I would like to ask you 2 questions (again, many thanks for reading and responding):

1. Do you believe my varicocele has something to do with my T level?

2. Do I take these supplements for the rest of my life?

Or, is there a certain "treatment" period, after which the T level should stabilize at an acceptable level?

Many-many thanks,

Testicular Varicocele and Testosterone!

Hello Anonymous,

Let me give a little background to our readers before we get started...

For those who don't know, a varicocele is a condition where the valves inside the veins along the spermatic cord prevent blood from flowing properly in the testicles.

If left untreated it can lead to testicular dysfunction, atrophy, low testosterone, infertility, and in some cases, death of the testicle.

For some reason, many doctors don't take this condition very seriously, unless the pain becomes unmanageable.

Also, some will claim that a varicocele will not impact testosterone levels one bit.

Don't believe it!

If you do find a doc who takes your condition seriously, chances are good he's going to recommend testosterone replacement therapy.

I believe that's a mistake, because TRT will only lead to further testicular atrophy.

Since you've had the condition since childhood, I assume the damage has already been done.

I'd bet that surgery won't do you much good at this point, so you need to work with what you have.


One healthy and productive testicle can produce more than enough testosterone for a man.

If I were in your shoes, I'd start a regular cycle of Testosterone Boosters.

These supplements should kick-start your functioning testicle into producing more testosterone.


I'd combine the supplements with regular use of a Ball Zinger Penis Ring, to further improve testicular function.


Do the testosterone supplements need to be taken for life?

Yes and no!

In the beginning, you need to stay on the cycle constantly.

As your condition improves, you'll find that you need to rely on the supplements less often.

I'm at the point in my life now where I only pull them out occasionally, when I really need them.

As your testicular function improves, you'll most likely experience the same.

Good luck!

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