A 31-year-old member asked:
I have hematomacrosis and low t. i am look for a doctor in northeat pa to help treat trt. i am 31 and have all the side effects for this. can anyone h?
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Endocrinology 25 years experience
Endocrine specialist: Hemochromatosis can result in low testosterone (hypogonadism), typically due to inadequate pituitary function (low FSH and low lh). Studies have shown that control of iron levels can reverse hypogonadism in situations. Alternatively, one can be treated with testosterone replacement via gel, solution, oral troches, pellets, shots, etc. Find an endocrine specialist -- see aace.Com. For local experts.
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