Extremely High Testosterone & Male Infertility
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Amado - June 14

When I was about 5 years old, I was diagnosed with precocious puberty. Precocious puberty is when a child's body begins changing into that of an adult (puberty) too soon. My parents sent me to a pediatric endocrinologist. At that time I had extremely elevated testosterone. The endocrinologist immediately think I have a tumor or some sort of cancer. I have been through every possible scan, and there are no abnormalities.
Since then, I was regularly monitored to track my testosterone, height, testicular size and physical characteristics. I was treated with to lower the testosterone and prolong my growing years.
I’m 25 years old now and my testosterone levels have been unchecked for 11 years. My wife and I are attempting to conceive and we had no success. I went to a Urologist and he thought I was on some sort of testosterone supplement and was very critical of my honesty. He also thought I might have a tumor. I went back through ultrasound testing to confirm that everything was normal.
I am now working with a male infertility specialist. The specialist ran the same tests and received the same results.
I am asking for opinions. We do not have the funds for IVF. The specialist said there are no side effects of maintaining high testosterone, which I find hard to believe. Keep in mind I am a very healthy young male otherwise. I have been an athlete my whole life and maintain good diet and exercise.
My initial thought was to lower the testosterone and signal to the testicles to start producing sperm. From what I know, It is the high natural testosterone that is suppressing the body from feeling the need to produce sperm The doctor, however, thinks otherwise.
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