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    TRT & Fertility


    I am in the process of looking at having a vasectomy reversal and also on TRT. My question is I have heard differant opinions/comments as far a taking test. and fertility. I thought once I had the reversal that my urologist would take me off of test and put me on something else (I dont know what, clomid or something).

    Anyway, he said that I dont need to stop with the test. Does anyone have any info in regards to TRT and trying to have a kid? I am not familiar with low test and sperm. So much info, Im still trying to figure out the loss of libido and maintaining a good errection let alone this new sperm count thing.

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    He will probably suggest hCG and/or hMG.

    I have heard Gonal-F mentioned, too, though I don't know much about it.
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    thats kind of what I thought. I would have thought that I would stop taking test and take something to help get me producing my own. At this point my dr. does not have me taking hcg as part of my TRT. I am only taking test-e.

    Not sure what he will do but at this point all that was mentioned was that i would stay on test. Guess I will learn more when I set up a appointment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corndog View Post
    thats kind of what I thought. I would have thought that I would stop taking test and take something to help get me producing my own. At this point my dr. does not have me taking hcg as part of my TRT. I am only taking test-e.

    Not sure what he will do but at this point all that was mentioned was that i would stay on test. Guess I will learn more when I set up a appointment.
    I don't think you will necessarily need to stop taking test. I know a couple of guys who were able to conceive while on test using some combination of the above.

    From my own perspective, I have been on TRT for about 5 months. I switched to injectibles 4 weeks ago and started including hCG at that time, 2 days a week at 250 iu.

    I have already noticed a difference in my testes, which I would think would translate to fertility.
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    I'm switching Dr. again. I cant get anyone to really listen to the HCG thing. Most respond to that used for woman. They all want to send me to a euro but that would be a waste of time.
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    My tests came back today from my biopsy and I am not producing any good sperm. Correct, he said zero! Guessing there is no reason to get a vasectomy reversal
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