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Testicular Failure

What is Testicular Failure?

It is the inability of testicles to produce sperm or male hormones. It is an uncommon condition.

Men who had an undescended testicle at birth are at higher risk of developing testicular failure.

Symptoms of Testicular Failure

The most common symptoms of testicular failure are:

  • infertility
  • lack of sex drive
  • delay of puberty
  • development of prominent breast tissue

What Causes Testicular Failure?

The most common causes of testicular failure are:

  • Chromosome abnormalities present before birth
  • Problems involving sexual maturation
  • Damage to normally developed testicles due to disease, drugs or injury
  • Testicular torsion

How serious is Testicular Failure?

Testicular failure isn't life threatening. However, it can produce infertility, lack of sex drive or delayed sexual maturation.

Can Testicular Failure be Treated?

Male hormones can help restore normal sex drive or continue normal sexual development. However, many forms of testicular failure are irreversible, and fertility and/or libido may not be restored.

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