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546831 tn?1262742429

A MAJOR breakthrough?!?!?!?!?

So I finally sent my husband to the regular doctor for a check up. We found out that he has extremely low testosterone. He is now being sent to a Urologist. Could this have caused my miscarriages? If so, what will they do next and what could come from all of this?
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229439 tn?1245812437
I really don't think that his testosterone has anything to do with you miscarrying. Unless of course there is something wrong with his sperm that will cause the embryo to fail. Have you been tested to why you may be miscarrying???? I would try using progesterone supplements and baby aspirin from the day you find out your preggers to decrease the chance for miscarriage.
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546831 tn?1262742429
I read somewhere that low testosterone can cause male infertility and I was wondering if that could hinder it. I have been tested and all genetics and things came back normal including genetics on my husband.
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212720 tn?1304375415
Low testosterone would not be the reason behind your miscarriages. Sorry to say.
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