Clomifene for men fertility
Clomid for men is often prescribed to men with low testosterone levels as replacement therapy. Low testosterone can not be considered a normal healthy state for a man neither at 30, nor at 50, nor at 75 years.
Low testosterone levels in men can be caused by problems in the testes. This condition is called primary hypogonadism, it is associated with mumps, testicular trauma, and testicular cancer and is only treated with replacement therapy.
The most common causes of low test-ron (hypogonadism) are problems with the pituitary gland in the male brain. Caused by such brain problems, they are collectively called secondary hypogonadism, or hypogonadotropic hypogonadism. It can be the result of depression, anxiety, traumatic brain injury, excessive exercise, overdose of anabolic steroids, diabetes, lack of sleep, or taking certain medications.
If low testosterone is diagnosed, a man is given replacement therapy in the form of a cream, gel, pills, patch or injection. And although these types of therapy are effective, each of them has side effects. For example, testicular reduction, gynecomastia (breast augmentation), low sperm count and polycythemia (an excess of red blood cells) are common side effects of substitution (for most patients, these side effects are treatable and do not exceed the potential benefit of hormone treatment).
However, in particular, due to a decrease in the number of spermatozoids, this method of increasing testosterone is not the best option for men who want to have children. Young men with hypogonadism are prescribed Clomid. These tools have been used by experts for decades to increase the natural production of testosterone, sperm and increase the likelihood of conception in patients. This method of treatment causes the testes to produce T and thereby increases the natural level of the test-ron.