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Low Testosterone and Fertility

on Feb 23, 2013

by Brittany Null

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Low Testosterone and Fertility

Most cases of low testosterone can be treated quickly and easily and a man's sexual and fertility problems can return to normal in no time.

Low testosterone in men is very common. It is actually one of the most common causes of male infertility. Most men do not even think about their testosterone levels, and are very surprised when low testosterone is determined to be a part of their fertility problems. Read on for more info. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

What is testosterone?

Testosterone is the most important male sex hormone. Testosterone plays a very important role in male fertility and reproduction. It is the hormone that is responsible for gender characteristics, sperm production, and the development of reproductive organs. If a man has low testosterone, his sperm count as well as his sex drive can be impaired.

Is Low Testosterone Common?

Yes, very common. Millions and millions of men experience low testosterone, and it is by far a common occurrence. Men who have low testosterone should not be ashamed, because they are not even close to being alone in their suffering. The FDA estimates that up to 5 million men suffer from low testosterone, but only around five percent or so of those men get treatment.

Causes Of Low Testosterone

There are many different reasons that a man might suffer from low testosterone. Some men are born with birth conditions that cause low testosterone, Klinefelter syndrome being the most common one. Men born with this condition have an extra “X” chromosome, and can cause low testosterone and infertility as well. Some men’s low testosterone can just be attributed to aging, since the body’s testosterone production slows down after age 50. Other causes of low testosterone include injuries, obesity, and cancer therapies, as well as diseases and conditions such as HIV and AIDS.

How Do You Know If You Have Low Testosterone?

Your doctor can do some tests to determine whether or not you have low testosterone. However, there are many symptoms that can tip a man off to the fact that low testosterone might be a problem. Some of the most common low testosterone symptoms include low sex drive, erectile problems, and low sperm count. Less common symptoms are things like depression, irritability, hot flashes and problems with concentration. There are also some even less common symptoms that doctors sometimes see along with low testosterone as well.

Treatment for Low Testosterone

Luckily, most cases of low testosterone are easily treated once you are under a doctor’s care. Some common treatments are hormone replacement therapy injections, tablets, gels, creams, or tablets. Most cases of low testosterone can be treated quickly and easily and a man’s sexual and fertility problems can return to normal in no time. If you think that you might have low testosterone, talk to your doctor about having some tests done to determine whether or not you need treatment.

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Brittany lives in Kansas City, where she and her husband Austin are the proud parents of a newborn baby girl. You can subscribe to their lively and entertaining YouTube Channel to follow along on their journey.

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  • Maya

    Hi I’m trying to conceive my mate has been suffering with ED, we recently went to the Urologist and had test done and was given pills to help. They tested his testosterone levels and they were good, should we have had his sperm count checked

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  • steph

    My boyfriend is 26 and has low-T. I have been nauseated, moody, breast tenderness, abdominal cramps, light headed, and frequent urination. I’m 22/23 and were not using protection. What are my chances that I could be pregnant?

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  • steph

    He is on medication for it.

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