Testicular atrophy is a condition that causes the shrinking of your testicles. Testicles two male reproductive glands located in the scrotum. The main function of the scrotum is to regulate the temperature around the testicles, which it does by shrinking in response to cold temperatures and relaxing in response to warmer temperatures.
This condition can make it feel like your testicles are larger or smaller than usual sometimes. The symptoms of this condition include not developing secondary sexual characteristics such as pubic hair, facial hair, and larger penis size. After puberty, this condition causes reduced sex drive, infertility, reduced muscle mass, and softer testicles.
Testosterone is a male sex hormone and an anabolic steroid. Testosterone plays an essential role in the development of male reproductive tissues such as the prostate and testes. It also promotes secondary sexual characteristics such as the growth of pubic hair, increased muscle and bone mass, and deepening of the voice.
Testosterone is also helpful in boosting fertility. Unfortunately, this hormone declines as men age but this is also common in younger men. For low testosterone and conditions such as shrinking of the testes, your doctor may recommend TRT along with HCG.
HCG for low T is safe and effective if it is supervised by healthcare professionals. Note that you cannot use this if you have prostate cancer, brain cancer, and uncontrolled thyroid problems. Using HCG injections along with TRT can combat symptoms of low T and infertility.
1. Reverses testicular atrophy shrinkage. HCG mimics the LH hormone which stimulates cells in the testicles and promotes testosterone production. It can also help with fertility and sperm production by maintaining intra-muscular testosterone levels.
2. It prevents ED and boosts your sex drive. Adminestering HCG gives better results in treating ED. As testosterone levels reduce, it also triggers ED or failure to achieve and maintain an erection. Using HCG promotes hormonal balance and increases libido.
Before using HCG, ensure to talk to your doctor about the benefits and risks of doing the therapy. It is always important to get medically supervised products to get the utmost treatment. Get constant medical help from your healthcare provider to track your progress.
Varicoceles. It affects the left testicle and can damage the sperm-producing tubes within the testicles. This can make the affected testicle smaller.
Testicular torsion. This happens when a testicle rotates and twists the spermatic cord which carries blood to the scrotum. Reduced blood flow can cause pain and swelling in your testicles.
Orchitis. It refers to inflammation of the testicles that causes pain and swelling in the testicles, but it can also cause nausea and fever. While the swelling can initially make your testicles look larger and lead to atrophy.
Age. Some men go through a process known as andropause. This causes low testosterone levels, which can lead to testicular atrophy.
Testosterone replacement therapy. Some men undergoing TRT experience testicular atrophy due to the stopping of the production of gonadotropin-releasing hormone.
Anabolic steroid or estrogen use. Anabolic steroids or estrogen supplements can cause the same effect on hormones as TRT.
Alcohol disorder. Alcohol can cause both low testosterone and testicular tissue damage, both of which can lead to this condition.
Ovidac 2000ius. It is used for the treatment of testicular shrinkage and infertility. The effect of this medicine is cumulative and the onset time can vary depending on the intended use. The peak concentration in the body is achieved after six hours of intramuscular injection. Avoid using this if you have prostate cancer or if you attained puberty at a very young age. The dosage is dependent on your condition and symptoms. Your medical provider will decide on your dosage and period of treatment.