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Discussion in 'Red Light, Infrared, LLLT' started by ecstatichamster, Oct 26, 2017.

  1. ecstatichamster

    ecstatichamster Member

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    I think mine heated up too much. Gave me bad ED for a few days. Not good.

    I'm avoiding exposing them. I was using the 100 watt Red Light Device and I think overdid it.

    Be sensitive to this...

    I light myself up daily with a full body Joovv device, and spot work with the Red Light device. I suppose it could be the U shaped curve with regard to my testicles but I think I was initially right to be super cautious. These boys are easy to overheat. There is a reason they hang outside the body cavity.
     
  2. Makrosky

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    Maybe the safest thing is good plain old incandescent bulbs.
     
  3. Such_Saturation

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    Those heat the most :cool
     
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    We can't get anything past you. :ss
     
  5. Makrosky

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    Yes but maybe it's not about heat maybe it's more that the U curve is totally unpredictable? Because it depends on too many things.
     
  6. Such_Saturation

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    I'll take the Joovv off y'alls' hands and dispose of it safely if you think it's too dangerous :ss2 (I will pay for shipping too)
     
  7. Makrosky

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    One thing for sure is that I am not going to put anything in my balls anymore. Supps, lights, anything.
     
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    How long did you expose them?
     
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    Maybe 1 or 2 minutes...
     
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    With a red light mini? Which distance?
     
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    Someone is going to blind themselves, or set their cajones on fire, the way people are using light around these parts.

    Microhemorrhages at 200mW for 30 min. 808nm, but I assume more power will do similar with lower wavelength.
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    "In the 808 nm wavelength group, there were such findings as an atrophy of the seminiferous tubules, disarrangement of sertoli cells, generation of giant multinucleated bodies and other deformities. It is apparent that the adverse effects occurred but serum T level was not increased following a 5 day course of irradiation with an 808-nm wavelength at an intensity of 360 J/cm /day. "

    http://www.alliedacademies.org/arti...elevatingserum-testosterone-level-in-rats.pdf
     
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    This has been discussed before. The dose (360 J/cm) is extremely high and the wavelength is infrared, not visible light in the range of 620-670 which is what people is been using lately in the forum.
     
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    That's how I see it : 200 mw of 808-nm for 30 minutes produced damage in rats testes.

    To achieve this with a redlight mini you'll need to Stick the light to your testes for 30 minutes. And that's for infrared light. If you think visible light can do the damage if sustained for more time... then... well... how much ? 60 minutes of the light against your testes ? Nobody is doing anything remotely close to that. Also I think probably the rat skin is thinner than the human one ? And cells more fragile.

    I'm not saying you can't damage your balls with a red light but definitely not if one would use the study you posted as a reference.
     
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    Would the damage be a concern if using twin 250w clear infared heat lamps as Peat recommends?
     
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    Would two 250w infared heat lamps cause this concern? They are what peat reccomenda himself...
     
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    "Boys, Don't Toast Your Balls"
    Wasn't this the name of an ABC afterschool special?
     
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    no that's not a problem. Peat recommends them on the testicles as it is completely harmless, fortunately.
     
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    So the issue is only relevant to high powered LED in the infared wavelength
     
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    LOL

    The issue is that light turns into heat also...
     
  20. Such_Saturation

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    Not with the 200mW study again...
     
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