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Is Taking Testosterone Bad Will In Cause Infertility
Decreases fertility: Testosterone can decrease fertility by telling the brain to no longer produce testosterone. The testicles will shrink (atrophy) when replacement testosterone. There are only a few number of conditions which require treatment for low testosterone. Your doctor will ask you specific questions like medications (especially opiates), history of brain tumors, history of testicular disorders. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im 19 male and taking tbomb a testosterone optimizer will that cause infertility. It is only a optimizer?
Hard to say: I looked up the ingredients. Here's two main problems I have with what you're doing. First of all at 19, your t level is probably the highest it will ever be naturally. Why mess with it? Secondly, that product says proprietary blend of (bunch of herbs). It doesn't break down the dosages of each, I have no idea how much tribillus is in there vs others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im 19 male. And wanting to take t-bomb( testosterone) to gain muscle quicker. Can it cause me to become infertile?
Can testosterone replacement therapy cause irreversible infertility ? Or will fertility return to normal once you get off trt ? Any research articles?
Yes: Yes it can. The longer you use testosterone and the higher the dose, the more likely it will be permanent. That's why you should never use recreational testosterone. If you need testosterone for medical reasons, you can put some sperm into a sperm bank if you think you may need it for conception later in life. ...Read more
What is the best testosterone therapy plan if you don't want to suffer infertility but need to raise your levels (313 currently)?
Depends . . .: It's possible to have issues w/enough lh or leydig cells such that testosterone is low yet fsh ; sertoli cells are fine so no fertility issues. However, taking testosterone in any shape or form will essentially render you infertile as it will shut down your fsh and thus sperm production. If you need to boost your t and maintain fertility, consider off-label hcg, Clomiphene or tamoxifen. Good luck! ...Read more
Not necessarily: Sorry to be vague but too many variables. For instance, how low is low? And why is testosterone low? Damage to testes could certainly decrease both t & sperm production but unless you don't produce any at all, you only need one to get someone pregnant. If testes are fine, then may pituitary issue could maintain fsh while dropping lh, so still make sperm w/o t. Bigger question is worry about what? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What happens if testosterone replacement therapy leads to infertility can this be reversed and how so and how long thanks in advanced?
Assuming you: Were healthy, in 2-3 months things go back to normal. ...Read more
I am 18yrs old. I had testosterone levels in the low 300s at morning. Low/normal fsh/lh. I will repeat test. What if need TRT? Afraid of infertility.
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