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Welcome to the Hydrocele Health System members area. We're glad you took the decision to pursue your optimal health in a natural way, and not by immediately opting for a drastic surgical procedure for your hydrocele.
I personally have lived with one for nearly 4 years, with absolute minimal discomfort, thanks to following some of the steps and methods laid out in this members area.
I've also included a book with many herbal remedies and cures for this type of ailment.
I hope you enjoy everything we worked on here at the Hydrocele Health System program.
I started things off with an exclusive fresh fruit & organic vegetable diet for a full week. In this regimen, I had about 5 meals a day (big meat eater here, so I had to overdo it) exclusively consisting of veggies and fruits. Think apples, pears, grapes, melons, broccoli, oranges, carrots. All organic. Don't do canned food or processed fruits/vegetables. Avoid grains (not good). To drink, I exclusively had organic lemon water or simply water. Organic lemons are extremely cleansing and kill a ton of bacteria in your body. Detox is key here.
There's 1 particular Chinese herbal combination called Yin Chen Wu Ling San. It is also known as Artemisia Yinchenhao and Five Ingredient Powder with Poria or Capillaris and Hoelen Formula. According to Acupuncture.com it 'promotes urination, drains dampness, strengthens SP, warms yang, promotes the transforming functions of Qi, clears damp-heat and treats jaundice.
Hydrocele is one of the conditions it specifically mentions as being treated by this combination. http://acupuncture.com/education/zf.formulas/yinchenwuling.htm
Another herbal remedy that claims to be effective is a mullein-lobelia combination.
Men have "special" glandular problems, also, for example, injured testicles, or those that have not completely descended, etc. One problem that is an unsavory one is hydrocele.
Hydrocele is an accumulation of fluid in the sac of the tunica vaginalis of the testis. In adults, the cause is unknown and the fluid is clear, slightly viscid, and contains 6-10% of solids, including proteins, salts and sometimes cholesterol.
We have seen hydroceles cleared by using the mullein-lobelia combination as a fomentation over the penis and testicle area six nights a week until the healing comes.
The tea, or capsules, or tablets, are also used as an oral aid: a cup of the tea or two or three capsules or tablets three times a day. This formula is excellent, not only in aiding the healing in a glandular area, but also to counterattack infection in the glandular system.
A product that we found on a number of websites is a Chinese herbal combination called SHY. It claims to bring about excellent results in the treatment of a hydrocele.
The first reason is due to its excellent efficiency that has been evaluated tons of times. During observations on 50 patients with noncommunicating hydrocele, receiving treatment with this herbal combination, 46 cases were judged as healing (full recovery and symptom free), 2 cases other significant improvement. Physicians judged the clinical efficacy to be good or excellent in 96.0%. During other observations on 39 patients with communicating hydrocele, receiving treatment with this herbal combination, all 39 cases were judged as healing (full recovery and symptom free). Physicians judged the clinical efficiency to be excellent in 100%.
Yoga carries little to no risk as far as side effects are concerned, calls for no special equipment, and requires very little instruction.
Vajrasana, or the Thunderbolt pose is one that benefits many ailments that originate or involve the pelvic area. Testicular swelling and hydrocele are two conditions treated in this way.
Vajrasana is an Indian translation for Thunderbolt pose. Vajrasana is an important meditation posture so as to give the body an upright and straight posture without any extra effort. This asana is even employed among Muslims and Zen Buddhists as prayer and meditational posture.
One who finds Padmasana or Siddhasana uncomfortable may practice Vajrasana for meditational purposes. In this asana, the vital breath (prana) flows from Muladhara to Sahasrahdhara which helps in meditation. It stimulates the vajra nadi, activates prana in shushumna and redirects sexual energy to the brain for spiritual purposes. There is no time limit for the practice of this asana.
If done regularly, Vajrasana improves digestive efficiency, prevents hernia and relieves piles, hyperacidity and peptic ulcers. It reduces blood flow to the genitals and is extremely useful for treatment of hydrocele.
The Garudasana (Eagle Pose) is one that they say will cure many ailments, including hydrocele.
The nerves and bones are strengthened. The hands and legs are lengthened.
A man may grow tall by the practice of this Asana. The nerves of the kidneys also are strengthened. Sciatica, rheumatism of the legs and hands are cured.
The bones of the vertebral column get developed and strengthened. Hydrocele and swelling of the testicles are cured. The muscles of the calves get developed. The nerves of the legs and hands are strengthened.
Homeopathy is a form of alternative medicine in which practitioners treat patients using highly diluted preparations that are believed to cause healthy people to exhibit symptoms that are similar to those exhibited by the patient.. So substances that would cause certain symptoms in otherwise healthy individuals will actually treat those same symptoms in ill persons. In an article written in 1919, Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) was considered an excellent treatment for hydrocele. The described treatment involves aspiration initially, so is probably not a treatment you can do yourself.
Professor A. J. Howe cured hydrocele almost exclusively with this agent [Thuja]. The following is the course he adopted as described in his own words:
In an ounce of warm sterilized water pour a dram of Lloyd's Thuja. Mix thoroughly by drawing a quantity into the syringe,and forcing it back repeatedly for a few times, then draw up about two drams of the dilute mixture in the barrel of the syringe to be ready for use. Introduce a large exploring needle into the sac of the tunica vaginalis testis and allow the fluid to escape. Before withdrawing the needle, place the nozzle of the loaded syringe into the needle's open mouth and with a plunge of the piston force the diluted Thuja into the cavity recently distended with serum. Then in order to cause the liquid to enter every crevice of the sac of the hydrocele, pinch and knead the scrotum with the fingers quite vigorously. The needle is then withdrawn. The pain induced is quite considerable for at least half an hour, then the patient goes about his business and usually no additional treatment is required.
The above method, with some unimportant variations, has been in general use among our physicians since suggested by Professor Howe, and the result as reported by very many has been satisfactory.
Click the link below for more information on Thuja: http://www.henriettesherbal.com/eclectic/ellingwood/thuja.html
One of the buttercup species, Rununculus bulbosus (also known as Acrid
Crowfoot, Bulbous Buttercup, Cuckoo Buds, Crowfoot, Frogwort, King's
Cup, Meadowbloom, Pilewort, St. Anthony's Turnip) is used topically to
treat a hydrocele. It is available as a tincture for external
application. Sanukehl Myc 5X, a diluted extract from a bacteria called Mycobacterium bovis is used by homeopaths to treat a hydrocele.
It is usually used as an injection so again, a qualified practitioner would need to administer it.