@highpull i have a friend who is 45, no major illness to speak of. Basically a pretty normal guy. He doesn’t workout, not much exercise. Just works and lives his life.
He tells me that his TT came in at 77 and his Endocrinologist told him not to worry about EVER having kids. I asked if he did sperm test and he said no. Only had the testosterone test and that was the message from the Endo.
He now takes Testosterone Cypoinate, he says he now has a sex drive and his erections are around 70% of what he wants them to be. He hasn’t taken his next testosterone test yet.
My question is….if he continues taking testosterone and let’s assume his T levels do improve over time. Is that enough to allow him to have kids? Can an endocrinologist say “you won’t have kids” based on a very low T count without testing his sperm? And should my friend ask to add anything to his testosterone therapy to improve the odds of having kids, which I believe he wants.