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The effects of a synthetic oral progestogen, desogestrel (DSG), administered with low dose testosterone (T) were investigated to determine the optimal combination for suppression of gonadotropins and(More)
Hormonal suppression of spermatogenesis is currently being investigated as a method of reversible male contraception. However, administration of exogenous testosterone (T) induces azoospermia in only(More)
Cells isolated from the ejaculates of a high proportion of patients exhibiting oligozoospermia are characterized by generation rates of reactive oxygen species that considerably exceed those obtained(More)
The administration of exogenous testosterone (T) to eugonadal men causes suppression of gonadotropin secretion and thus of spermatogenesis. This is currently being investigated as a possible method(More)