Category Archives: Testicular cancer – symptoms according to Germanische Heilkunde

In conventional medicine, testicular cancer is the term used to describe the testicular cyst after a loss conflict over a loved human (or animal) as long as it is fluid and has cell division. At the end of the healing phase, this induced testicular cyst has no more cell division and remains in place, which is also the biological sense.

Testicular Cancer right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Testicular necrosis (interstitial = located in the interstitial tissue), right testis—testicular cyst. Conflict: Loss conflict due to death or departure (human or animal). Ugly, semi-genital conflict with a woman (rarely). for the right-handed person concerning partner for the left-handed person concerning mother or child Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in the cerebral medulla of the […]

Testicular Cancer left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Testicular necrosis (interstitial = located in the interstitial tissue), left testis—testicular cyst. Conflict: Loss conflict due to death or departure (human or animal). Ugly, semi-genital conflict with a woman (rarely). for the right-handed person concerning mother or child for the left-handed person concerning partner Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in the cerebral medulla of the […]

Teratoma left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Ovarian and testicular teratoma = germline cell teratoma (exceptional position!), left side Conflict: Severe loss conflict Example: son, best friend, a loved one, also an animal Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in the cranial part of the midbrain on the left (exception!) active phase: Teratomatous cell proliferation was the type of reproduction seen in principle […]

Teratoma right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Ovarian and testicular teratoma = germ cell teratoma (exceptional position!), right side Conflict: Severe loss conflict Example: son, best friend, a loved one, also an animal Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in the cranial part of the midbrain on the right (exception!) active phase: Teratomatous cell proliferation was the type of reproduction seen in principle […]