What Conditions does Testosterone Intramuscular Treat?
- deficient activity of testes or ovaries due to chemotherapy
- deficiency of gonadotropin releasing factor
- abnormal function and activity of the testis
- male with unusually late sexual maturity
- significant weight loss from HIV
- rare X chromosome abnormality - Klinefelter syndrome
- undescended testicle
- deficiency of a substance that promotes masculinization
- primary testicular failure due to torsion of both testes
- primary testicular failure due to inflammation of testis
- surgical removal of both testicles
- absence of testicles
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