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I think you answered you own question. This endo is not going to be able to help you if she is not open to medical treatments.@Redrak,
If I were you(@your age) I would look into finding a doc that would prescribe Clomiphene.
Clomid for men is used when a low sperm count is caused by low testosterone levels. In some men, a low sperm count is caused by a low testosterone level. Clomid binds to receptors in the brain to increase the production of follicle stimulating hormone, FSH(sperm), and luteinizing hormone, LH(Test). If your balls are still working this will turn them on. If they are broken like mine it will do nothing. But Hea, it's worth a try. That is all we can do is keep trying until we get it figured out. If you rely only on doctors in your area you may never find an answer.
Hope that helps
why endos stopped giving clomid? i saw one endo who told me she does not use clomid... what? right now i have no sperm when eyaculating. what if i want to freeze my sperms? im actually going to ask that. also it seems my endo wants to do some sort of weird cortisol test that i need to stay there for hours taking blood. i wanted to check GnRH TO CHECK if im secundary?
my lh and fsh are both low end. would that mean is my pituitary and not my testis? lastly, yes you say if i keep relying for docs in my area, do you mean i should travel out to seek better docs? i was wondering going for boston or florida for mayo clinics. but im exhausting everything my endo (hospital here where i live) says so she might send me there.
Many of us here use Defy in Florida yet we don't live any where near Florida we do everything over the phone and thru local blood test.
You could call them and see what a consult would cost. I'm not talking about become a Defy patient consult. Just to talk to a Dr you know will have all the latest medical info and treatment at hand. You can't use insurance its cash but the call is free. It can't hurt.