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Are There Natural Ways To Treat Hypogonadism
Depends: It depends upon the cause of the hypogonadism...If its due to excessive exercise you can cut down on your exercise, if its due to being underweight or having anorexia, counseling and weight gain would help. If its due to something called kallmann's syndrome ( a brain defect) then no.... Speak to your doctor about your cause and see if they have a natural solution. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are There Natural Ways To Treat Secondary Hypogonadism after prolong Anabolic Steroids usage. T/LH/FSH level low rest is fine. Hypogonadism revesable?
Better w other meds: Hypogonadism means the gonads are not making hormones and gametes ( eggs or sperms). Primay hypogonadism means the gonads have failed. Secondary hypogonadism means the ovary is not working because the brain isnt telling it what to do. We can give hormones to drive egg production--usually we need fsh to make the eggs( or sperm). Hcg helps w hormone production. Its best to use both drugs together. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
49 y/o male, anyone treat secondary hypogonadism with clomid? Results good or not and what were sides if any?
If I have secondary hypogonadism from bring overweight will my doctor tell me to lose weight before treating me or treat me while i loss weight?
Do you have hypogonadism? How do you treat? Is penile atrophy possible to an extended period of Low T, as I was told?
Here are some ... [: The adage of "Use it or lose it" holds true for erectile ability. Low infrequent erection means less penile usage, in time resulting in lesser ability to extend and expand than it used to be. Low-T contributes a big part for ED, but not entirely. How to treat low-T can be a dilemma, but usually still direct supplement of testosterone with either injection or transdermal application with close F/U. ...Read more
Can hCG be used safely long term to treat secondary hypogonadism? It makes my lh/fsh low, is that bad? I feel much better & testosterone is now normal
Probably. : I don't believe there are any studies showing that using injection HCG is a problem longterm. Any treatment which increases testosterone will reduce the lh, because testosterone basically turns "off" lh. If it's overly low, you may be able to reduce the HCG dose a bit. You may want to switch to Clomiphene citrate, as it is administered orally and much cheaper. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Opioids and low T: In response, Methadone can suppress the pituitary's gonadotropins which would then decrease testicular production of testosterone. Decreased libido, some breast development, and mood changes otherwise can happen. Treatment may include supplementing with testosterone. But, decreasing Methadone or using Buprenorphine instead may also help per what i understand. See endocrine and addiction specialist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes, definitely. : Initially, treatment should consist of Clomiphene citrate or HCG to improve testosterone levels. Then, actually concurrently, the cause of the secondary hypogonadism should be investigated (depression, obesity, head trauma, aging, for example) and treated accordingly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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