Thread: Low T at 25
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Old 11-25-2012, 05:55 PM   #4
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Re: Low T at 25

Thanks for the advice guys. I have read about primary vs. secondary hypogonadism and really have no idea which it could be. I've never had any kind of injury that could have damaged either area of my body. My doctors initial blood test ran thyroid and it tested normal. Cortisol and estrogen were not tested and neither were the pituitary hormones that control the boys. My gp didn't want to run any further blood tests, so I'm hoping the urologist I've been referred to will run some more tests.

 
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