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Cold genitals caused by dysesthesia?
« on: April 21, 2017, 06:33:20 pm »
Anybody have experience in this?  I emailed my doctor asking if he knew anything about my cold genitals problem.  He said it has to do more with CPPS and referred me to his colleague who specializes in that.  That doctor told me that general discomfort is called dysesthesia and that it could have something to do with the genitofemoral nerve getting squeezed whenever I sit down, which causes my scrotal coldness.  Never in a million years would I have guessed this, so I am going to spend another $50 doctor copay to see him on Monday.  Does this sound like something a chiropractor could fix?  I would love to get this fixed without prescription drugs, but at the moment I am uneducated in it and will find out what is up on Monday.
28 years old
ED started Feb. 2016.

Pre-clomid lab numbers:
Total T --> 313/349/258 (249-836)
Free T --> 79.87/59.65 (30-150)
SHBG --> 22/19 (10-57)
LH --> 4.3/3.1 (1.7-8.6)
FSH --> 1.7/1.6 (1.5-12.4)
Prolactin --> 5.1 (4-15.2)
Estradiol --> 11.42/24.06 (7.02-49.06)

Started taking clomid September 2016.  Tested Oct 5 and November 30:

Total T --> 649/502 (249-836)
Free T --> 149/123 (30-150)
SHBG --> 26/21 (10-57)
LH --> 7.7/7.3 (1.7-8.6)
FSH --> 2.3/1.9 (1.5-12.4)
Prolactin --> 11.3/9.4 (4-15.2)
Estradiol --> 29.49/26.32 (7.02-49.06)

Off clomid Jan 16, 2017 due to no improvement in symptoms.

Current symptoms:  low libido and erectile dysfunction.
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Cold genitals caused by dysesthesia?
« on: April 21, 2017, 06:33:20 pm »