Synonyms for hypogonadism or Related words with hypogonadism

hypogonadotrophic              hyperparathyroidism              hypothyroidism              infertility              hyperthyroidism              impotence              pcos              hypogonadotropic              amenorrhea              hypopituitarism              menopause              hyperandrogenemia              menopausal              hypoaldosteronism              postmenopausal              gynecomastia              hyperprolactinemia              oligospermia              andropause              hypocalcemia              aldosteronism              hypoestrogenism              oligomenorrhea              hyperandrogenism              subfertility              osteopenia              hirsutism              dysmenorrhea              hypergonadotropic              asthenospermia              azoospermia              acromegaly              panhypopituitarism              hyperaldosteronism              hypoparathyroidism              hypogonadal              feminization              osteporosis              hypergonadism              hyperlipidemias              hypereninemic              endometriosis              fsad              osteoporosis              dysmenorrhoea              hyperandrogenic              preeclampsia              rickets              sarcopenia              hypercalciuria             

Examples of "hypogonadism"
Androgen replacement is the classic treatment of hypogonadism and may improve hypogonadism symptoms such as anemia and fatigue.
The terminology used when describing cases of HH can vary. The term congenital hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (CHH) is now often used. Other terms used include idiopathic / isolated hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (IHH), normosmic hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (nHH) or hypothalamic hypogonadism. The term HH can be used to cover all cases, including Kallmann syndrome.
Humans with a FANCD deficiency display hypogonadism, male infertility, impaired spermatogenesis, and reduced female fertility. Similarly, mice deficient in FANCD2 show hypogonadism, impaired fertility and impaired gametogenesis.
7) Males: hypogonadism, Females: irregular menses and/or hyperandrogenism
Women with 46 XX gonadal dysgenesis experience primary amenorrhea with hypergonadotropic hypogonadism. There are forms of 46 xx gonadal dysgenesis wherein abnormalities in the FSH-receptor have been reported and are thought to be the cause of the hypogonadism.
Testosterone deficiency (also termed hypotestosteronism or hypotestosteronemia) is an abnormally low testosterone production. It may occur because of testicular dysfunction (primary hypogonadism) or hypothalamic-pituitary dysfunction (secondary hypogonadism) and may be congenital or acquired.
A relationship between late-onset hypogonadism and risk of Alzheimer's disease and some small clinical studies have been conducted to prevent Alzheimer's disease in men with late-onset hypogonadism; as of 2009, results were inconclusive.
Deficiency of sex hormones can result in defective primary or secondary sexual development, or withdrawal effects (e.g., premature menopause) in adults. Defective egg or sperm development results in infertility. The term hypogonadism usually means permanent rather than transient or reversible defects, and usually implies deficiency of reproductive hormones, with or without fertility defects. The term is less commonly used for infertility without hormone deficiency. There are many possible types of hypogonadism and several ways to categorize them. Hypogonadism is also categorized by endocrinologists by the level of the reproductive system that is defective. Physicians measure gonadotropins (LH and FSH) to distinguish primary from secondary hypogonadism. In primary hypogonadism the LH and/or FSH are usually elevated, meaning the problem is in the testicles, whereas in secondary hypogonadism, both are normal or low, suggesting the problem is in the brain.
In Men these disorders include Hypogonadism, Klinefelter's syndrome, low libido and castration.
Examples of symptoms of hypogonadism include delayed, reduced, or absent puberty, low libido, and infertility.
Examples of symptoms of hypogonadism include delayed, reduced, or absent puberty, low libido, and infertility.
Defects in the "GNRHR" are a cause of hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (HH).
Various skeletal abnormalities (e.g., curvature of the spine) and hypergonadotropic hypogonadism often occur.
Mutations in this gene are associated with hypogonadism which is characterized by infertility and pseudohermaphroditism.
Another treatment for hypogonadism is human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). This stimulates the LH receptor, thereby promoting testosterone synthesis. This will not be effective in men who simply cannot make testosterone anymore (primary hypogonadism) and the failure of hCG therapy is further support for the existence of true testicular failure in a patient. It is particularly indicated in men with hypogonadism who wish to retain their fertility, as it does not suppress spermatogenesis like testosterone replacement therapy does.
Hypogonadism can involve just hormone production or just fertility, but most commonly involves both.
Statistical analysis has shown FAI to be a poor predictor of bioavailable testosterone and of hypogonadism.
Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (HH), also known as secondary or central hypogonadism, as well as gonadotropin-releasing hormone deficiency or gonadotropin deficiency (GD), is a condition which is characterized by hypogonadism due to an impaired secretion of gonadotropins, including follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH), by the pituitary gland in the brain, and in turn decreased gonadotropin levels and a resultant lack of sex steroid production.
Late-onset hypogonadism is an endocrine condition as well as a result of aging.
or produces low levels of sperm. Hypergonadotrophic hypogonadism is a condition