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Secondary infertility: Why does it happen?
The risk of permanent infertility increases with long-term use of hormones, especially when hormone therapy is initiated before puberty.
These include: Infertility and problems with pregnancy.
Sexually transmitted infections — such as chlamydia and gonorrhea — can cause infertility in men.
One possible side effect that may not go away is infertility.
Rochester, MN Areas of focus: Hormone therapy, Cushing syndrome, Addison's disease, Infertility, Menopause Patricia A.
Three to six months of testosterone supplementation given as an injection can stimulate puberty and the development of secondary sex characteristics, such as increased muscle mass, beard and pubic hair growth, and growth of the penis...
Some untreated STIs can also lead to infertility, organ damage, certain types of cancer or death.
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