Testicular atrophy from steroids

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Alternative, slang synonyms for testicles: ball, balls, nut, nuts, goolies.

During aging, there is a gradual decrease in the ability to maintain skeletal muscle function and mass. This condition is called sarcopenia , and may be distinct from atrophy in its pathophysiology. While the exact cause of sarcopenia is unknown, it may be induced by a combination of a gradual failure in the satellite cells which help to regenerate skeletal muscle fibers, and a decrease in sensitivity to or the availability of critical secreted growth factors which are necessary to maintain muscle mass and satellite cell survival. [2]

In general, once steroid use stops, the testicle begins regenerating lost tissue. Studies in rats show that the process is slow and often doesn’t recover the full pre-steroid use size (although it can get very close). Leydig cell counts often remain lower than original, suggesting that testosterone levels may be reduced in the long run. In practice, the longer period you used the steroid for (or the higher dose you used), the longer time you will need for your testicles to recover. Most men are able to recover most of the lost size but may notice that they don’t get quite back to the original size, a lower baseline testosterone level or permanently reduced sperm count. This is especially true for long term or high dose users.

Testicular atrophy from steroids

testicular atrophy from steroids

In general, once steroid use stops, the testicle begins regenerating lost tissue. Studies in rats show that the process is slow and often doesn’t recover the full pre-steroid use size (although it can get very close). Leydig cell counts often remain lower than original, suggesting that testosterone levels may be reduced in the long run. In practice, the longer period you used the steroid for (or the higher dose you used), the longer time you will need for your testicles to recover. Most men are able to recover most of the lost size but may notice that they don’t get quite back to the original size, a lower baseline testosterone level or permanently reduced sperm count. This is especially true for long term or high dose users.

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