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Treatment for high fsh and lh level and to increase testosterone

Treatment for high fsh and lh level and to increase testosterene to have good erection and to have child I am Male, 39 years and my FSH (22.81) and LH (12.50) levels are high and testosterene (Total - 185.57, Free - 4.52) level is very there any cure available. My prolactin (6.11) levels are normal My erection is also not as good as it was. Need advice on the treatment to regularize my hormone & libido levels and couple of children. Regards
Asked On : Mon, 16 May 2011
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your history is s/o testicular that case you have to take testosterone injection
once in a wk for 4wks.if your erectile dysfunction are corrected then it is well and good othervise you have to further evaluate your problem.plz do all this under supervision of a good infertility specialist/endocrinologist
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