That definitely sounds extreme. Castration isn't something most guys would consider. Are you not interested any longer in having erections? Cutting off both of your testicles can cause hot flashes, can cause you to lose muscle mass, and all of the other things that testosterone are associated with. While testosterone replacement might ease that, it won't likely completely improve it. Men who do this do it because they have to in order to save their life. I think electing to do it is your option but you'll be hard pressed to find a doctor that will do it. And you might end up with more problems than you started with. What kind of doctor are you seeing, by the way? A specialist, urologist? Maybe there is more of an answer out there than removing your testicles and essentially your maleness. Not criticizing you in any way as clearly the issues you have been having are such that you'd consider this.
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I don't think you'd receive any insurance coverage for such a procedure if done electively rather than for a medical diagnosis but if you are paying out of pocket, you can discuss with any surgeon of your choosing to see if they would perform this procedure. It is not common and I'd suspect it would be difficult to find a conforming surgeon for this type of voluntary procedure. Let us know what you find out. best of health to you.