Congenital Low Testosterone and Chronic Stress
Posted in the Endocrinology Forum
Saint Helier, Jersey
#1 Jul 5, 2011
I was wondering if there are anyone out there that has experience with people who has suffered from low testosterone since birth or puberty?
Such as people who suffer from Kline Felter Syndrome and primary gonadism due to damage to gonads at puberty.
And if so, is it common for such individuals to also suffer from chronic stress?
I ask, as chronic stress is not always an assumed symptom. Fatigue / Irritability / Cognitive Impairment but not Chronic Stress.
However, I was wondering if individuals suffering from a congenital condition that causes low tesosterone since birth or for a prolonged time,
can then causes such conditons as chronic stress due to the prolonged effect of the other congenital conditions.
I ask as I hypotherise that if I am correct in my assumption that extended exposure to such symptoms causes chronic stress, then, testosterone therapy, rest and a strict diet may return the individuals mental and physical state to that of an normal average person of the same age.
Please help. thanks.
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