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Is there a male equivalent of menopause (ovarian failure)?
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Dr. Michael Traub
Fertility Medicine
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In brief: Yes
Yes. Some men make few or no sperm at all.
During an investigation, it is found that their testicles make very low amounts of hormones. However, it is easier to find a few sperm and use them for fertility than to find eggs in women with ovarian failure.

In brief: Yes
Yes. Some men make few or no sperm at all.
During an investigation, it is found that their testicles make very low amounts of hormones. However, it is easier to find a few sperm and use them for fertility than to find eggs in women with ovarian failure.
Dr. Michael Traub
Dr. Michael Traub
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In brief: Yes
Yes, men can have a loss of testosterone with aging that is called andropause.

In brief: Yes
Yes, men can have a loss of testosterone with aging that is called andropause.
Dr. Jeffrey Buch
Dr. Jeffrey Buch
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