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If you had a complete orchidectomy, yes I would suggest testosterone replacement.  However, if you only had one removed, it usually isn't...
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Hi Yes it can, I would see your doctor and get a blood test done to check your testosterone and how low your level is, you can get different things...
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This is a medical site, seems you must be sick then?
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Hi,I know I'm not supposed to give opinion, but I'm in similar situation (not exact, though - when they done bottom surgery to remove the...
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Hi For now see your doctor, and ask for a blood test for your hormones and see how there doing, but from info around it could be a few more years...
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It could be low testosterone, or perhaps a bit extra estrogen.  Surgery wouldn't fix this, but you might want to talk to an endocrinologist...
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