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... It is possible the small testicles are a result of the testosterone. How long did you take it and do you remember the dose? ... (7 replies)
... Low LH means your husband's testicles will eventually shrink, they must already be showing some signs of softness given his low LH and low T. Low LH and low FSH means he is most likely already infertile, or soon will be. ... (6 replies)
... The doctor who says 250 is mid range for T levels is way out of line. Maybe for a 100 year old man that would be mid range. I will post a list of possible issues living for long periods on low T can cause. But first I want to address the low LH and FSH question. ... (18 replies)

... I searched for some time but could not find the website of that doctor. I seem to remember he was an endocrinologist and had a website and supposedly would even respond to questions via the website. ... (30 replies)
... I believe it could be the secondary cause for my bone problems which should not be happening at my age! You do not want to end up with bone fractures at an early age. ... (26 replies)
... I'm 21 and have been going through a severe and life affecting stomach function dissorder for over a year now. Was only recently diagnosed after a lot of exploratory tests and blood tests. ... (26 replies)
... Welcome to Healthboards. This is a great site and I hope you find your time here beneficial. Many here have diverse experiences, thus, can offer lots of support and guidance. ... (14 replies)
... more clear than white. I am new to this site and before posting this question read thru as many other posts on this subject as I could find.. ... (14 replies)
... I hope Dr. Crisler points you in the right direction. A large battery of tests will help pinpoint the problem. Have you had your E2 checked, or SHBG? ... (30 replies)
... ght lifting will not decrease your T level but increase it. Cardio will decrease it. I would not stop the weight lifting. You might just want to moderate both and reduce stress levels. But to be honest I doubt the exercise or the stress are a huge factor, just a small factor. ... (2 replies)
... You need to determine why your T level is so low. That is very low especially for your age. You need to test LH, FSH, TSH, estradiol, total estrogen and vitamin D along with total and free T to start with. From these tests you will be able to tell if you suffer from primary or secondary hypogonadism. ... (3 replies)
... The sinus problems and headaches are little concerning. The pituitary is very close to the sinuses and in fact when the perform surgery to remove a pituitary tumor they go thru the nose to do it. As for a cure for hypogonadism, it depends on the cause. ... (13 replies)
Low testesterone
Oct 9, 2006
... I'm not familiar with Testred but I'm assuming its some kind of testosterone replacement? ... (11 replies)
... The test usually come back negative for full Klinefelter's Syndrome , but will also have a disclaimer saying something like it does not exclude the possibility of low level Klinefelter's Moasic syndrome. ... (14 replies)
... FSH after only a month of treatment. Might want to try it for a bit longer and see how your pituitary responds. Talk with your doctor about the side effects, maybe a lower dose would help. ... (7 replies)
... I had a Total Testosterone test done in 2006 and my value was 765. I only requested the test because my libido was pretty bad. ... (1 replies)
... you should be able to find it and you will see that it mentions many of the things I said above. Including checking for hemochromatosis and using HCG therapy when fertility is desired. ... (41 replies)
... I'm so glad you are finding this all out now instead of years from now like what happened to me. Here is a quick primer on testosterone replacement. The hypothalmus and pituitary in your brain have receptors that sense how much testosterone you have. ... (14 replies)
... you have the test results the Endo ran, try posting them here with the lab ranges. If you don't have them, get them because doctors often don't know how to count and can't even read a blood test. ... (26 replies)
... About 5 years ago I fell very ill. Took me 5 years of hell to figure out my hormones were messed up. ... (10 replies)


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