I only started drinking coffee in August 2012. I only ever had instant coffee before that, but I grew to like the filtered coffee which I had access to in August last year, and from then, I have been drinking it everyday until the current difficulties. I actually feel better off coffee - less tiredness and fatigue. I still love coffee but plan to just drink it at weekends and if I want some during the week, it has to be decaf. But the evidence to me is clear: having started coffee in August and running into gyno problems earlier this year, stopping and starting twice and seeing the symptoms rise and subside, I am very confident it is the coffee. Of course there was the wintergreen scandal which may have precipitated coffee-gate.
Just to remind you and the other readers: I am 31, bi-lateral untreated varicoceles, on Imuran and Asacol for ulcerative colitis, and I take fish oil, magnesium, vitamin c, co-enzyme q10, calcium citrate, and Zinc everyday. That last battery of supplements is thanks to your advice Peak T and they are agreeing well with me.
The thing about caffeine is that its affects are usually semi-dramatic when you first start taking it and then it tapers off as the body adjusts.
Definitely notice that. Really dramatic effects at first, but now, not much.