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22 Possible Causes for Luteinizing Hormone Low, Testicular Biopsy Abnormal, Weight Gain

  • Klinefelter Syndrome

    gain, especially on the stomach or trunk tiredness and fatigue small penis disproportionately long arms and legs compared to the length of the body taller than average height[] Endocrinological examination revealed a high growth hormone (GH) concentration, low testosterone concentration, and high follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone[] Testicular biopsies of KS infants and boys demonstrated decreased or absent germ cells and abnormal seminiferous tubules ( 16, 50 – 52 ).[]

  • Orchitis

    Check with your doctor if you have either of the following: Swollen abdomen without weight gain in other parts of the body.[] […] in mumps orchitis, have found low testosterone levels, elevated luteinizing hormone (LH) levels and an exaggerated pituitary response to LH-releasing hormone stimulation[] […] occur in about 13% of patients while 30-87% of patients with bilateral mumps orchitis experience infertility. [10] Studies by Adamopoulos et al. on the levels of various hormones[]

  • Hypogonadism

    gain or weight loss) Long-term (chronic) medical diseases, including chronic inflammation or infections Drug use, such as heroin or use or abuse of prescription opiate medicines[] hormone ( 9.4 mU/mL)], secondary (low total testosterone, low/normal luteinizing hormone), primary (low total testosterone, elevated luteinizing hormone) and compensated[] If tests confirm that you have low testosterone, further testing can determine if a testicular disorder or a pituitary abnormality is the cause.[]

  • Feminization

    I'd thought that I might lose more weight as, others have reported. But that didn't happen.[] Incisional biopsy of abnormal gonads is important, but the diagnosis of testicular feminization must be confirmed by appropriate laboratory tests.[] Amazingly, I still weighed 155#, which was my set-point prior to deliberately gaining 5# during the two weeks before surgery.[]

  • Central Precocious Puberty

    In girls with a BMI in the CONCLUSION: Girls with a BMI in the 10.5 ng/dL at diagnosis is a risk factor for weight gain after 1 year.[] Although basal levels of luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone are low, similar to what is expected in the pre-pubertal period, testosterone levels are high[] A testicular biopsy was not done. Our patient was treated with four cycles of preoperative chemotherapy (cisplatin, alternating with carboplatin/dox-orubicin).[]

  • Anorchia

    Before puberty induction both boys had a similar weight and height. During puberty, a slightly faster weight and height gain was observed in the affected twin.[] Tests include testosterone levels (low); follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone levels (elevated); X,Y karyotype; ultrasound or magnetic resonance imaging showing[] Testicular biopsy is rarely indicated (special fixative required).[]

  • Germ Cell Tumor

    Symptoms may include a heavy feeling in the pelvis pain in the lower abdomen bleeding from the vagina weight gain or loss abnormal periods unexplained back pain that gets[] Her serum hormonal assay revealed a low estradiol level with elevated luteinizing hormone and follicular stimulating hormone levels with normal progesterone and testosterone[] Many patients with extragonadal germ cell tumors have histories of infertility, and testicular biopsy in these patients shows various abnormalities, including decreased spermatogenesis[]

  • Cryptorchidism

    The eyes open wide, the bones fully form, and weight gain ramps up.[] Tests include observable lack of testes, low testosterone levels (typical female levels), elevated follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone levels, XY karyotype[] More importantly, only testicular biopsy can nowadays determine which patient should benefit from hormonal therapy.[]

  • Infertility

    Excess hair on the face, weight gain and diabetes. Caused in part by high levels of testosterone. Now new hope for those who suffer. An exciting genoiic discovery.[] hormone levels. 43 Other low-cost methods of monitoring for ovulation, although less effective, include basal body temperature measurements and cervical mucus changes. 42[] In some instances, a biopsy of testicular tissue can identify infertility problems such as sperm production, abnormal growths, tumors, or underdeveloped reproductive organs[]

  • Primary Male Hypogonadism

    Typical symptoms include a low sex drive, erectile dysfunction, infertility, fatigue, weight gain and enlarged breasts.[] Patients who have demonstrably low levels of luteinizing hormone often need some form of Testosterone Replacement Therapy in order to preserve healthy function.[] These studies may include: Hormone testing Semen analysis Pituitary imaging Genetic studies Testicular biopsy Testosterone testing also plays an important role in managing[]

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