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Can fenugreek and its phytoestrogens shrink the penis?

I was advised to take fenugreek and an ayurvedic herb called Triphala by my ayurvedic doctor. I was not aware of its highly estrogenic effects. I heard it balanaed out the sex hormones. I took about 70 grams fenugreek a day to combat rapid hairloss for about 4 days befoer I stopped as I witnessed unusual effects. I am only 19 years old and have lost all my muscle mass, developed gyno, my skull got much bigger like acromegaly and my flaccid penis has shrunk--is this permanent? Is there anything to do to return it to normal. Normaly the flaccid is about 3 inches but now its about 2 inches.

Also, equally as distressing, my erections which used to be about 5.8 inches in length are just about 4 inches now and very weak.

The other thing is reduced libido and alot of fat all over the body. I took the fenugreek in august and it is January now!
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1340994 tn?1374193977
I'm not sure it was the fenugreek or triphala.  I think you have an adenoma in your brain or a pituitary tumor because it sounds like a growth hormone problem.  
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Oh ok Can a 20 year old have an adenoma like that? And will the erection size  come back?
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Or have I reduced my penis penis permanently?
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