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should i be worried? my fsh levels are 2.5 iu/l. they are in the low-normal of the range. also my semen is sometimes almost clear. lh lvls mid range

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Dr. Alan Feldman
Endocrinology 41 years experience
Levels normal: You should never be worried about normal levels. If you are concerned about fertility, you should do a semen analysis to see if you are making sperm normally. If you are having problems with libido and/or sexual function, you should have a testosterone level done.

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