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  • Men's cooling underwear

    Dear fellows!

    There is a strong evidence that textile fabric of the underwear is important for hormonal balance in men, including testosterone levels:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1863418/
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6530653/

    If you run a small "biological experiment" and stop wearing cotton underwear for several months (frankly speaking, as I did), then you will not be able to wear cotton boxer underwear again. Then you will feel (realise) that testicle(s) are/is overheated in them.

    Many internet stores are offering cooling boxers for men. Most of them are made from synthetic fabrics, which significantly lowers testosterone levels, among other things. You might want to check it here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8279095 So, boxers made from polyester, polyamide, or nylon are a bad choice for men.

    Some cooling (according to sellers) underwear is made from natural fabrics. Have you ever had boxers from:
    - silk,
    - lyocell,
    - bamboo fibre,
    - linen,
    - or other cooling fabrics?

    Does they really lower testicular temperature compared to usual cotton boxers? Have you tried them?

    P.S. I am not a native speaker of English. Sorry...

  • #2
    Well if we are going to be frank, since around the time I lost my first testicle I've not worn underwear except as lounge wear in the evening
    & never had a problem with my testosterone until (of course) I lost the second guy, so afraid I can't be much help.I just got to a point were they seemed unnecessary & I actually felt more comfortable without them.
    Jan, 1975: Right I/O, followed by RPLND
    Dec, 2009: Left I/O, followed by 3xBEP

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