What Conditions does Ed-Test Suspension Treat?

  • deficiency of gonadotropin releasing factor
  • Deficiency of a Substance that Promotes Masculinization
  • absence of testicles
  • surgical removal of both testicles
  • deficient activity of the testis
  • primary testicular failure due to torsion of both testes
  • Primary Testicular Failure due to Inflammation of Testis
  • undescended testicle
  • rare X chromosome abnormality - Klinefelter syndrome
  • Deficient Activity of Testes or Ovaries due to Chemotherapy
  • Significant Weight Loss from HIV
  • male with unusually late sexual maturity

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