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Trying to concieve. High testosterone levels. Can I concieve?

Hi I am 25 aged and i want to get pregnant. My period seems normal but my doctor advised to take hormone tests.\ My test results FSH , LH, prolactin , cortisol , freeT4, progestiron and estradiol are normal. But testosterone a little high 0.92NG/ML(normal level 0.14 - 0.76). My doctor said nothing to worry and my testosterone is still good and i still can get pregnant. But so far i still can not get pregnant. Could you advise whether can i get pregnant with this hormone level or i have to reduce my testosterone level ? If i have to reduce my testosterone level, then what medicine should i take ? thanks in advance.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Aug 2012
Hi Lolita.

Are you overweight? Since how many months/ years you are trying to conceive? If you have been trying since less than 3 months then keep patience and wait for pregnancy to happen on itself. If it is since more than 6 months and if you are overweight then please lose some weight for the male hormone- testosterone- to normalise. Also get your husband's semen analysis done. Get back with the results. Take care. All the best.
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