September 2009
Clinical Advisor;Sep2009, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p43
The article features a comment by a reader on the article "Determing When Men Need Testosterone," published in the July 2009 issue. She says that exogenous testosterone supplementation will depress sperm production and should not be given to men trying to become fathers. A response notes that fertility issues with supplementation should be discussed if the man has a history of previous paternity and notes the issue of hypogonadism.


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