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Puberty and fertility 

Puberty and fertility
Puberty and fertility

T. Hugh Jones

and Richard Quinton

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date: 24 June 2021

Testosterone therapy improves psychosocial well-being and peak bone mass in constitutional delayed puberty.

Testosterone therapy for failure of puberty due to permanent hypogonadism is essential for timely pubertal development to reduce the risk of psychosocial and psychosexual stresses.

Spermatogenesis can be induced or enhanced in a high proportion of men with secondary hypogonadism with gonadotrophin therapy....

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