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... There is too much unkown still about secondary hypogonadism to know an answer. It also depends on what you consider a repair. ... (6 replies)
... Your doctor is probably not familiar with using clomid or HCG on men. ... (12 replies)
... Hello everyone. I have secondary hypogonadism, and I have been taking clomid 12. ... (1 replies)

... Still not convinced clomid is working but test results will be interesting....and then libido returning will be the ultimate test. ... (51 replies)
... Thanks for the update. I am 32 years old and had been on HCG for 2.5 years. I was previously diagnosed with secondary hypogonadism about 4 years ago. The HCG did wonders for me as far as libido, energy, mood and cognitive function. ... (51 replies)
... I am familiar as well with Crisler signing on to the Clomid long term. My doc seems to follow a lot of Shippen's protocols it seems. ... (30 replies)
... I have been being treated for secondary hypogonadism for the past several years. ... (0 replies)
... I have some mixed news to report regarding the Clomid. I took one 50 mg pill and had a very unpleasant reaction. My eyes hurt badly, so I contacted the doctor and they advised me to not take any more. I would still recommend trying it since my reaction was likely very unusual. It's ultimately up to the individual to see how they will react to any medication, but in my case... (51 replies)
... Viper I too found out I had low T due to body shutting down after a chronic illness. Regular doc placed me on helped but I was not thrilled at being on it for life etc. I got appt. with great Endo...he felt do to my age, otherwise good health etc that if the chronic illness was controlled (and it is improving) that my system might be able to be jump... (51 replies)
... Primary hypogonadism means your leydig cells in your testes do not work properly any longer. In other words they can't make T no matter the amount of stimulation. ... (30 replies)
... that he is now offering his TRT patients a long term low dose Clomid treatment as opposed to TRT. The dosage would be 12. ... (30 replies)
... am one of his patients and I am doing pretty good with his treatment. You may end up on T injections afterall but he will probably try HCG first if he feels the clomid test was not a success. ... (5 replies)
... jason and lou, this is great news, please keep me posted on your progress. i was recently diagnosed , 6 months ago, with hypogonadism with low t around 200's and was on testim for past 6 months felt great at first but then energy drop again, so change in doctor and change in testosterone to androgel 6 pumps per day. he also added buproprion sr 150mg once daily to see if the... (51 replies)
... If you get United Healthcare to pay for that, please let me know how you did it. I can't get them to pay for HCG and that is approved by the FDA for hypogonadism for men as well as women. I don't know if clomid is approved for men or not. ... (15 replies)
... Why is is "bad" to take clomid for longer periods? ... (7 replies)
... Got a request for blood work and scrip back from Dr. Shippen. My appointment is in July. He wants me to to the "clomid" test for a week and then be retested for T, FSH, LH, Cortisol, DHEAS serum, Estradiol, DHT and IGF-1 on the eighth day. The diagnosis written is hypogonadism, adrenal hyperplasia and somatrophin deficiency. Never heard of the last 2. Lets's see where... (5 replies)
... I thought about this more. You need to look into other possible ways to increase your T first. Post more of your lab work. For example it could be that clomid may work for you. Maybe your estrogen is too high and if you bring it down or use clomid your T will go up. You may have hypothyroidsim. ... (2 replies)
... great abstract! Has anyone on this board experienced complete reversal of their hypogonadism? (51 replies)
... I imagine it is possible that this is not a consequence of the head blows, though everything did manifest post injury, and it is quite possible that the hypogonadism began some time ago. For the longest time, everyone thought I was suffering some kind of exacerbated, treatment resistant major depression. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks again Hayfarmer. I just got the MRI results, and they were normal (see below). I guess that's a good thing, though the lack of clarity persists. Note, the MRI was without contrasts, inspite of what the report says. I dont know if that makes a difference in terms of picking up microadenomas and lesions. I believe I have read that the pituitary function can be... (12 replies)

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