secondary hypogodism

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    THE IMPORTANCE OF PITUITARY AND THYROID TESTING BEFORE BEGINNING TESTOSTERONE THERAPY

    ... a low testosterone level in the bloodstream might result from 2 factors. Most of the testosterone in men is produced by the Leydig cells situated in the testes. This process takes place using the luteinizing hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland. The LH is also strictly linked to the...
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    primary or secondary? good protocol?

    TESTOSTERONE LEVEL 265 NG/DL 300 - 1080 NG/DL SEX HORMONE BINDING GLOBULIN 24.9 NMOL/L 16.5 - 55.9 NMOL/L CALC FREE TESTOSTERONE 60.2 PG/ML 47.0 - 244.0 PG/ML ESTRADIOL LEVEL 19.3 PG/ML <=60.7 PG/ML DHEA-S 347 UG/DL 240 - 549 UG/DL FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE 1.5 IU/L 1.5 -...
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    18 year old Hypogondism

    Hi everyone, I am new to this website, I apologize for posting something so long. To keep it short, a few moths ago I noticed symptoms of low testosterone that I never had before. I experience brain fog, fatigue, decrease in libido, and a slight decrease in erection hardness. I went from...
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