23 Dec 2010
Pregnancy results from a single sperm meeting with a single egg. This is a result of intercourse between a man and a woman. The fact that one may have low T levels does not mean you cannot have a child. But undeveloped sperm and lower sperm count may mean that it's more difficult.
You should consult with your family doctor who may refer you to a specialist, urologist or reproductive expert. But you need to speak with a professional.
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