× Hypogonadism can occur for a number of reasons. Certain men have hypogonadism since birth while others may develop this condition later in life. The two types of hypogonadism are Primary Hypogonadism & Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism.

Diagnosed Secondary Hypogonadisum

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Diagnosed Secondary Hypogonadisum was created by Marklar

Hi everyone, so i was dignosed with secondary hypogonadisum at tje age of 18, i am now 37 having receive IT M TRT for most of my adult life along with thyroid hormone replacement. I was told at a young age that i would not be able to father children due to the TRT, i asked my endocrinologist again at tje start of 2019 and she consulted with a fertility expert and they both agreed that due to my history and and treatments that it was not possible to father children with additional therapies. In July 2019 my then partner whom i jad explained this too informed me that she had fallen pregnant and proceeded to accuse me of lying to her about my condition etc... fast forward to today and i am the proud father of a healthy 2 month old.. but my relationship issues aside, how can this be possible? I know he is mine (he looks like me) but all the research i have done and reading of peer reviewed papers on the subject all confirm what the specialist had said, that spermogenisis does not occur whilst reciving IT-M TRT, and i have  been receiving thos therapy for 2 decades or more, so how can this be possible?
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