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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)
... d 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 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)

... My Haemotologist said this could be down to the fact that I was ill and when I am better my testosterone levels should rise. But the fact is, the stomach illness I have is very rare and there is no real treatment for it. ... (26 replies)
Low testesterone
Oct 9, 2006
... I'm not familiar with Testred but I'm assuming its some kind of testosterone replacement? ... (11 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)
... If you want the testicles to go away but still have nromal male sex action, it aint gona happen. ... (8 replies)
... That I will have to take Testosterone therapy forever? ... (14 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)
... I can't tell you medical advice as I am not a doctor. But, some points I would like to make. Your prolactin is high, which can lower testosterone. ... (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)
... e 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)
... Your TSH doesnt look that bad to me. Most likely you have secondary hypogonadism, meaning your T is low but your LH and FSH will be middle to low normal. LH tells the testicles to make more T. It means there is something wrong with your pituitary or hypothalmus in the brain if you are secondary. ... (30 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. ... (3 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)
... them, get them because doctors often don't know how to count and can't even read a blood test. Blood tests are easy to read, there is a lab range with a high and low number, and then there is the number at which your blood tested out at. ... (26 replies)
... therapy when fertility is desired. Unfortunately they seem to use too high of a dose of HCG and this is not good for long term use and also not necessary. You can very easily give yourself this injection with the insulin syringe so if your doctor will let you have it you can control your own dose. ... (41 replies)
... he 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)
... then it is possible to have it removed and everything to go back to normal. If it were from being hypothyroid, then you can take thyroid hormones and the testosterone may return to normal. If it were from being low in vitamin D then you can take vit D supplements to resolve it. ... (13 replies)
... These will interfere with the effectiveness of testosterone, as well as can Prolactin. Then there is whether your problems are due to testicles or pituitary or something else. Monday will be a big day. ... (30 replies)


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