VARICOCELE NATURAL TREATMENT
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Warning. Do not have risky surgery until you read this!
Are you suffering from varicocele and want a way to stop the pain of the swollen testicle veins? Do you have fertility or hormone issues? Have you considered surgery but are scared of the risks or cannot afford the $9,000 bill? Then continue reading to find out how you can naturally cure your varicocele.
Let me start off with my personal story, maybe you can relate. I used to have a grade 3 varicocele. That means my varicocele dwarfed my testicle. If you are anything like I was, you know the symptoms of embarrassment, pain, and anxiety that come with having a varicocele.
I first noticed something was wrong in 2003. I was experiencing severe pain from my left testicle. When I felt around it, I touched something that felt like worms! I freaked out and instantly went on the internet to figure out what was wrong. After some research, I found out that the term for the bag of worms is varicocele. I continued searching and found that varicocele is a genetic disorder caused by faulty valves (which is FALSE! The major causes of varicocele are related to impairments of blood flow and blood pressure. Read more here.) The only treatment options I found were surgical. However, I felt that maybe if I just forgot about my varicocele it would just go away.
It was about two years later that the pain and severity started becoming unbearable, as symptoms and severity often increase with age. I finally decided to see my doctor. He told me there is no cure and that I should just bear with it. He then tried to make me feel better by saying “Don’t worry, you don’t have the biggest varicocele that I've seen.” Obviously, this made nothing better, so I booked an appointment with a specialist regarding surgery. However, when I met with the specialist, he told me "There is a chance that you might lose a testicle during the procedure.” That alone was enough for me to give up on surgery!
Again, I tried to forget about my varicocele. But, as time went by, it became worse and worse. My varicose veins became more swollen and thicker. I was embarrassed to change in locker rooms. I tried to stand sideways so that my wife couldn't see how my left testicle hangs lower. Having an erection during sex irritated my swollen varicose veins and made sex painful. Furthermore, I noticed that my left testicle felt smaller and more squishy than the right. I became paranoid that my fertility might be affected. Then, through tedious search on the internet, I came across Robert Maloney’s Varicocele Treatment Without Surgery.
I didn't buy into Rob's sales pitch at first. But, his guide was the only one on natural treatment and I was out of options. So, a few months later, I went back and purchased his book. I figured that my health and fertility were worth more than the $30 that he charged. However, once I got his book, I quickly realized that I could find almost everything that he recommended with a quick online search. Nevertheless, I followed the two good exercises that he recommended.
Surprisingly, I saw some great results at first. But, I knew that his treatment methods were incomplete. I was inspired by the early results, so I did a ton of research and built on his methods. I tested out many different natural cures, exercises, remedies and supplements. I read many scientific publications on natural treatments and remedies. Furthermore, my personal experience with teaching yoga, personal training, Thai Chi, martial arts, weight lifting, science, anatomy and human biology played a pivotal role in furthering these methods.
I never got surgery, and in less than a year after beginning my treatment regimen, I noticed great results! My giant varicocele was no longer visible normally. I no longer experienced pain. Best of all, my shrunken and squishy left testicle grew and became plump!
Now, I have treated my varicocele without surgery, and have shared these methods with many of others.
You can find these methods in The Complete Guide to Natural Healing of Varicocele. This ebook is the result of thorough research and proven results. It has information from over 150 recent scientific publications. With more than than 100 treatment methods, it is the most comprehensive guide on natural varicocele treatment. You will not find most of this material by searching online. Simply put, this guide is complete; after reading it, you will not need to review any other material.
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REVIEWS & TESTIMONIALS
Firstly, I haven't seen / heard, anything as holistic as your advice was. Brilliant, thank you. I got into BKS Iyengar Yoga after that & not just my varicocele, but my sciatica problems also became a lot better. I still have varicocele but I think it's well under control.
Though I have not read thoroughly I was able to experience some finer things like how to make our self comfortable when in pain and what sort of under garments to wear which cleared few myths. It also really made me to understand that its not so bad and one can live comfortably.
I really love how the strategies that Daniel has researched and provided us are so easy to implement! Thank you Daniel for helping me with the feelings associated with my varicocele! I immediately put the techniques to use and experienced relief and improvement! You are the MAN bro!
Review: I was initially skeptical about this book but after trying out some of the exercises and controlling my diet, I found that I am slowly recovering - extreme serious varicoceles like mine can possibly take years to recover but with patience it'll get through - this is coming from someone who had three operations but recurred every single time.
Hope you are doing well.
My short review is as follows: - "The guide to natural treatment of varicocele" has been really helpful and worked well for me. The pain disappeared soon and i could feel the difference in me. I started feeling more sexually active. The exercise which worked for me was the Feet up on wall exercise. I recommend this exercise to all people with varicocele problem.
Thanks & Regards,
Mayur R Makhija.
First of all, thanks for your concern. The exercises in the book are really efective, i can notice the effect for most of them right away. But most of all i want to thank you for making me conscious about the dependence of the varicocele condition on lifestyle, the stress level, the pressure and the body posture. Now, if pain comes, i know what i need to do, it doesn't scare me as before.
Thank you very much for writing back to me, this treatment has helped me dramatically in terms of the pain and swelling I was having on both sides! My varicocele was really interfering with my quality of life and I'm glad I found you! Again thank you for all your help & I look forward to receiving your 2nd edition!
Thanks & best regards
thanks for your interest in my progress. I've been making good progress so far, to the point that I rarely feel any varicocele-related pain at the moment, which is great! I hope it's not a short-term success, so I will continue with the treatment. I regularly take the anti-inflammatory supplements and perform some of the exercises you recommend in the book (although, to be honest, I've been neglecting the exercises quite recently). Additionally, I take fermented cod-liver oil and use coconut oil both externally and internally. I always try to experiment with different approaches to healing, so your book was a great starting point! Of course I'm interested in the second edition of your program, especially in the new treatments, which I may incorporate into my own routine.
Thanks & best regards
Thanks for the email. Your exercises and supplement regiment really worked. It requires discipline and perseverance but it is totally worth it. Healthy Body is a blessing. Thank You for dedicating your time and effort for this debilitating issue and helping so many people and silent sufferers.
Honestly I haven't spent too much time addressing this issue but then again, my case isn't too severe. I was surprised just how well the suggested yoga exercises worked even without me performing them as often as I should. While I was already following much of the dietary advice for other reasons, I did find it interesting too. One big thing for me was the exercise. I used to run and ride bikes a lot. Perhaps that could even be what caused it to become noticeable for me. I'm a terrible swimmer but at least now I know what kinds of exercise will help and what I should avoid.
Anonymous (of Australia)
Sure I don't mind giving a review of my experience with the book and how it helped improve my varicocele.
When I started having chronic pain, I went to the doctor and after some tests was diagnosed with a grade II varicocele. The doctor's only solution was surgery, and after getting a referral to a surgeon I waited for a call back that never came (thankfully). I'm thankful cause today I very rarely experience pain and have found that certain methods in your book have worked very well thus far in reducing the severity of the varicocele (it's been 3 years). I use a combination of 4 supplements recommended in your book (grape seed extract, gotu kola, horse chestnut, and butchers broom), using them daily when I first started treatment but more infrequently today usually only when i can feel pressure from the varicocele. When it was at its worst I did lots of swimming and during meditation/relaxation I would often sit updside down to allow the varicocele to fully drain and allow the veins to heal. Lastly, a combination of lifestyle improvements in my diet and fitness regime in part recommended in your book has been critical in permanent pain relief. These changes included drinking less alcohol, targeted stretches identified in your book, eating much less sodium/bad fat foods and take omega 3/6/9 oil daily.
I hope this is helpful, and thanks for providing such a great compilation of material to help deal with this health issue. You've changed my life for the better.
I found the book to contain very good information, and was well written and easy to understand. One thing that worked particularly well was the wall exercise and cold treatment and making me aware that it was possible to reduce it naturally without surgery. I have still have the varicocele but I think it has reduced a bit, buts its hard to tell, but perhaps i had a very big one, but one thing I have noticed after following a lot of the advice is that the varicose veins in my legs have gotten a lot better and are now almost invisible.
I thought your book was very detailed and offered a lot of hope to anyone with the ailment. It has plenty of things that one can do personally and implement straight away and take personal control of the situation.
For me personally I implemented much of it, however although originally diagnosed by the doctor after a scan that I had a varicocele, an appointment with a urologist, he said he didn't see anything in that regard. My own conclusion is going to sound ridiculous but I'm quite sure this is what happened for me. So I had the "ache" down there for a good few months. Eventually after the urologist said he didn't see any varicocele I had a think about it, I still had that ache, but was only every so often now. I feel it turned out to be a constipation problem. I would become constipated a few times a week. I'm quite sure it was a lot of pressure and force I was putting on myself, that perhaps that force extended down upon the vein linked into the scrotum which may have caused a real unfortunate tenderness. I really did my best to keep my diet cleaner and focused on getting fibre foods in. The problem is more or less totally gone now with an odd case of a flare-up although I know its due to possibly the odd couple of days of junk eating. When someone looks at me, no one would think my diet is that bad or anything, and its not that bad actually, I am very fit and workout quite regularly(except I had to cut this down whilst coping with my distraction downstairs). I read a book called "Grain Brain" and it talks about how fat(at least healthy fats) are not the enemy and that carbs(refined sugars, wheat and all grains, even some fruits) cause inflammation and how the brain is made up of fats and needs fat. If it doesn't get it via diet then, the body produces it. Anyway, I think perhaps, my spleen may not have been breaking down all the fats I was consuming(like coconut oil, eggs, fish) and caused the constipation. Nut butters have a lot of different nutrients and are supposed to be healthy, but they tend to block me up, so for me, these weren't good. Long story short, I introduced more fibre along I seem fine now. At the time, I really couldn't figure it out, and the amount of distress was unbelievable. I googled all the possible testicle diseases, causes, treatments, natural treatments, not fully knowing what it was I had, or was causing the problem, but thats my story anyway.
Thanks for the email, and I've no doubt the book helped many people. Or at least I hope many people have experienced relief!
Thanks for the follow-up. -looking forward to the 2nd edition!
i was contemplating a second varicrocele surgery when i found your e-book, i was trying to find out other options. something i should have seeked out first! -but i was largely niave about the processes, proper questions to ask, etc all those yrs ago. -it is what it is though, now i know better for any of the next battles...
When i went through your e-book i was happy to see a few of the treatments that i was already doing or have tried in the past. Most to do with doing Yoga, a few moderate diet changes and how to handle myself after a heavy workday. i never had a doctor prescribe any of them, not any of the 5 urologists i've been to nor the 15 or so doctors over the years.
i have found that if you are willing to listen to your body it will guide you through its healing process with a little help from your instincts and common sense. Having read your book it has given me confirmation that i was/am on the correct path with more reason and evidence than just my instincts. i wish i found your e-book before i opted for surgery, but i had no idea other or even natural treatments were available (and none were presented, you really have to be your own avocate for your health here in Canada). In your book and in no particular order; i liked the background info on varicroceles, the stages/levels of it; the how and why's and the treatment suggestions. having everything in one comprehensive volume is nice.
On a side note, It's quite silly to me how squemish or off put people are about talking about these oh so private and personal matters. We have what, 7plus Billion people on the planet? So even if its just 5 or 10 percent that have a particular ailment which is entirely possible for any type of ailment, disease or hurt, let alone our possible 15-20percent, that's litteraly hundreds of millions of people with your 'troubles". There is a wealth of information out there on those expirences, and i am happy that you have put it together for the boys in the varicrocele camp.
I have found that even with all those people in our various ailment and hurts' camps we are still largely ignorent of them (the healing processes, the cures, the prevenative measures) because no one is talking! -like we are pathetic for letting people know of our weaknesses, our dirty little secrets....oh no! So and So is having mateing issues and is no longer suitable for the gene pool and its' procreation! -black flag him ladies, he's done! ....With the complete disregard for the sheer luck in a favourable combination of chromosomes/DNA that led to their blessed exsitence. to those persons i say if you can get through your whole life without nary a bump or scrape you either, have done nothing or are a big fat liar! ...or someone in your family owes the Devil a big cheque :)
Anyways, I opted for surgery because my varicoceles were quite painful and even after the surgery they continued to flare up for years. It took awhile to get back to a point were i could workout, stretch, and train abs without being bothered for awhile afterwords. your book helped a lot. i don't train (lift weights) near as heavy or for as long as i have in the past but i am happy enough to be able to get a workout in without being bothered or wondering if i have aggravated myself too much. Along with the Yoga and moderate diet changes (for myself that's no white breads, less fries, less breaded and cheessed (is that even a word?) foods, way less beef and pork). i also do Accupunture, Chiropractic care and Massage therapy once a month for body maintanence. The Massage Therapy was vey helpful early on finding those pesky Trigger Points (a concept a few docs had a hard time understanding) that referred some of the pain into my scrotem and lower abs that mimicked the varicrocele pain.
So i hope the review was good enough. i have steered a few men to your book, hopefully they have bought into the goodness! But they are the same kinds of people that look at me with a profound look of disbelief (I'm a 6'2" 260lb Cowboy) for doing Yoga and liking it or even for admitting it, or that Accupunture is witchcraft medicine and a Massage therapy is paying someone to touch you but you can't touch them back. and therefore a waste of money...okay, so for the last one they aren't that ignorent...i hope. -