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    you need treatment under endocrinologist and close follow up.

    Testosterone therapy is indicated when the development of secondary sexual characteristics is the only goal (which is usual in pubertal boys).

    Testosterone replacement alone does not restore normal spermatogenesis in men with GnRH deficiency. The traditional approach to inducing spermatogenesis in men with hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (HH) is the conjoint administration of (hCG) to induce full steroidogenesis from Leydig cells and menopausal gonadotropins (cheaper) or recombinant FSH to induce spermatogenesis.