I am an otherwise healthy 30 year old male. No medications. LH level- 2.7; FSH level- 2.4; TT- 350. My symptoms are the standard, and I will save space and not list. All signs point to secondary Hypopit. My first main question is, is there another avenue besides life long T injections? Is HCG
injections a viable standalone lifelong option like T injections?
My wife and I plan on having children 3-4 years down the line. Will 3-4 years of TRT
cause more chance of permanent infertility as say someone who is only on TRT
for one year? Is there a stronger infertility correlation vs length of use? I know HCG/TRT
combo can help save sperm function. Which flows back to my firsts question, is HCG viable long term standalone option? Can anyone suggest other medications/avenues if not? I am basically trying to find a happy medium of not permanently ruining fertility yet increasing my T. I have read such horror stories about men on TRT
for >4 years and their fertility re-balancing issues.