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On Nibido for Kleinfelters syndrome and osteopaenia, have tiredness, trouble with sleeping and memorizing. Concerning?

Dear Dr. Samuel, My 29 year old son was diagnosed with Kleinfelters syndrome and osteopaenia four years ago and is presently on Nibido i.m. every ten weeks. He is followed up in hospital annuaally. He is currently studying. He complains of tiredness, and has difficulty in getting to bed before 12mn. He has difficulty with remembering things.Re cancer risk, particularly breast , should I be concerned ?Maureen.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Thanks for the query

The condition he is suffering from might not be related to Injection Nibido and is also not indicative of cancer as well. I recommend you to approach a physician for a routine test including complete blood count and thyroid function test. Anemia and thyroid disorders are some of the most common causes of tiredness

I hope I was of help

Answered: Mon, 28 Apr 2014
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