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Testicular Failure

Primary Testicular Failure: 

Primary Hypogonadism, also known as primary testicular failure, originates from an abnormality in the testicles. Hypogonadism may occur if the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis is interrupted at any level. Hypergonadotropic hypogonadism (primary hypogonadism) results if the gonad does not produce the amount of steroid sufficient to suppress secretion of LH and FSH at normal levels.

 

Risk Factors:

Risk Factors of Primary testicular failure:

Activities that may cause constant, low-level injury to the scrotum, such as riding a motorcycle.

Frequent and heavy use of marijuana

Undescended testicles at birth

Decrease in height

Enlarged breasts (gynecomastia)

Infertility

Lack of muscle mass

Lack of sex drive (libido)

Loss of armpit and pubic hair

Slow development or lack of secondary male sex characteristics (hair growth, scrotum enlargement, penis enlargement, voice changes.

  

Symptoms of Primary Testicular failure: 

 Sexual dysfunction

Decreased libido (erectile function often intact)

Decreased sexual activity

Decreased facial and body hair

Decreased muscle strength and decreased muscle mass

Fatigue and lethargy

Depressed mood

Mild Cognitive Impairment

Increased visceral fat

 

Testicular Failure Diagnosis:

Diagnosing testicular failure may involve a variety of male fertility testing procedures. Congenital testicular failure will typically be indicated by the presence of “ambiguous” genitalia at birth.

 

Fertility tests for the diagnosis of testicular failure may include the following:

Bood tests to evaluate levels of testosterone hormones, gonadotrophine, FSH and LH

Physical exam for signs of testicular atrophy or tumors

Semen analysis

 

Treatment for Testicular Failure: 

Various medications are used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Primary Testicular Failure due to Torsion of Both Testis. Natural essential Products may be helpful in Primary Testicular Failure, but we get very few cases of Primary Testicular Failure for treatment. So it’s difficult to state any concrete statistics.  May be few years down the line, we can publish concrete conclusions regarding the positive results of treatment for Primary Testicular Failure. 

 

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