Pain in your testicles is never a good thing. It can be extremely uncomfortable and is often embarrassing to address for many men. There are a number of causes for pain in your testicles, everything from Testicular Torsion (twisted testicle) to Orchitis (inflamed testicle) and Epididymitis (inflamed epididymis).
Many symptoms that cause pain in your testicle are actually coming from somewhere besides your testicles, like your groin, kidneys or abdomen. Some of these can be serious and you’ll need to see a doctor right away.
However, you can eliminate most of these causes by asking yourself a few questions with this quiz.
THE REAL CAUSE OF EPIDIDYMITIS
Traditionally speaking, Epididymitis is classified as swelling and inflammation of the epididymis, which is a small curly tube that connects the testicle with the vas deferens.
Although Epididymitis can be caused by a bacterial or STD infection, it is my experience that it’s most commonly caused by a very small calcium deposit (or several stones) that is being removed from the testicular itself and getting blocked and stuck in the small tube of the epididymis. This blockage restricts the normal flow of semen. When this blockage happens in conjunction with an ejaculation, it causes swelling in the epididymis because the semen cannot be released.
Calcium can be deposited anywhere in your body, and can regularly cause blockage problems for many people. This calcification stone can affect your salivary glands for example, restricting the saliva from flowing to your mouth, it can affect your kidneys in the form of kidney stones, and even your pineal gland and yes, your testicles too. These deposits are tiny and would require a microscope to see, so detecting their presence in a normally healthy individual is very difficult, but if the natural Magnesium Treatment for Epididymitis works for you, then you know that you had a testicular calcium deposit causing your Epididymitis. And the best thing about this treatment is that you don’t have to see your doctor. It’s safe and easy to do from home and you’ll be feeling better almost immediately.
If you suffer from reoccurring Epididymitis, then I’d strongly suggest you make dietary changes in order to avoid calcium deposit buildups. This includes drinking plenty of water, limit animal protein, reduce your alcohol consumption and cut out excess sodium, particularly from processed foods.
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