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VARICOCELE PAIN RELIEF GUIDE
Chapter 2: Varicocele Pain
WHERE IS THE PAIN COMING FROM?
Testicle and/or Varicose Veins
A varicocele is pooled and stagnant blood in the veins of the testicle. Stagnant blood is toxic blood. It damages both vein & testicle. Moreover, stagnant blood also causes heat damage to the testicle.
So, when your blood pools and is stagnant you will experience pain from either/both the testicle and varicocele.
Pain originating from only the varicocele may be caused by physical damage, for example micro-trauma from excessive biking on bumpy roads, or pulling and tugging on your veins by masturbating aggressively.
Pain from the testicles is typically caused by either pooling of blood, or overheating. Pooled & stagnant blood causes two major dysfunctions: First, pooled blood is toxic and oxidizing. This damages both the testicle and sperm, causing pain. Second, it disrupts the heat exchange mechanism of the testicle, causing it to overheat. Well, let’s just say that you don’t keep the most important part of your existence outside of your body for no reason; your testicles need to be kept cool to function properly. Heat stress literally damages the testicles, and is a major cause of testicular pain.
THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF PAIN
Short-Term vs. Long-Term Pain
This is probably the most important section of the guide for understanding how the natural treatments work. Basically, you have short-term & long-term pain. Differentiating between them is a key part of understanding, managing, and healing your varicocele pain.
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