It's not the doctor's disclosure that people should be worried about, it's their own. There are any number of instances (new health insurance provider, new life insurance policy, party to lawsuit) where you would be asked to provide your medical records.
If it were me, I would be much more comfortable going through someone like privatemdlabs.com and checking my T levels, E2, FSH, and LH levels as well as getting a CBC. If you used orals, you may want to get liver function tests as well.
OP: Is this just because you're curious or do you have specific symptoms?
<----------------- Not an MD.