This is what you need: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menotropin
When on clomid, you could have tested LH/FSH to see how the hypothalamus and pituitary were responding.
High doses of SERM or hCG are not a good idea as LH can be too high and LH receptors could get desensitized and E2 might get out of control.
hCG preserves physical structure of the testes and has a weak FSH effect, but FSH is needed to make swimmers.
You need to stay on TRT so he is interested.
He should have been on T and anastrozole and hCG [T+AI+hCG] keeping near E2=22pg/ml. Most docs get this all wrong and Rx T only.
After the testes are shutdown on T without hCG, introduction of hCG will restore some of the size of the testes and these physical changes take time.
Some guys have made babies with T+hCG or added hCG later on to do that. But 3 years is a long time.
Meanwhile make sure that you are getting iodine from iodized salt and thyroid function is OK and if an egg sticks, you can get more iodine in prenatal vitamins.
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