Dr. Deep Dutta
FELLOW OF AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ENDOCRINOLOGY., SPECIALITY CERTIFICATE (ENDO. & DIAB.) (MRCP UK)., DNB
Endocrinology, General Medicine, Internal Medicine
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HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) and HMG (human menopausal gonadotropin) are excellent choices to ensure a good sperm production, which is needed for fertility that you have achieved.
However, this treatment combination rarely leads to normal testosterone levels, which is needed for good muscle mass and general well being.
Testosterone injections will be ideal for the same, cheaper and easier to take. Yes, it will reduce your sperm count, which is reversible once it is stopped.
Hence, unless you want to have a second child soon, there is no rationale to continue the difficult regimen of HCG and HMG injections.
You can conveniently switch to testosterone injection now. Then a few years later, we can stop the testosterone injection and go back to HMG with HCG if you plan a second child.
Clomiphene citrate will not help in hypogonadotropic hypogonadism.
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