Primary Congenital Hypogonadism In Men

Primary Congenital Hypogonadism In Men

Primary congenital hypogonadism in men

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Primary congenital hypogonadism, primary testicular failure or anorhizm (no eggs) – is a congenital anomaly. The cause of this condition is unknown.

Testicles still die in utero. At birth the child is much smaller in size penis with hypoplasia of the corpus cavernosum and reduced head, underdeveloped scrotum, or may be absent altogether. On palpation of the scrotum testicles can not be found.

In adolescence during puberty is formed "eunuchoid" type skeleton with long limbs, absence or reduction of body hair in male pattern, gynecomastia (breast enlargement). Usually, this condition is accompanied by an increase in body weight.

The diagnosis of congenital hypogonadism is established on the basis of the absence of testicular palpation and ultrasound. Clarify the diagnosis when measuring the level of male hormones in the blood and genetic research.

Treatment of congenital hypogonadism medication. Appointed by the constant introduction of male sex hormones (sustanon, testenat) throughout the life of the patient from adolescence (15-16 years). If treatment is started in time, may increase the size of the penis, the development of secondary male sex characteristics, increases muscle strength.

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