@Dubiaku Read the article, and stop posting about fuc***g cats with each post. Glad your “smart, hop-in-the-suitcase-rather-than-gimme-a-sad-look” cats are so fulfilling for you. This person is referring to the fact that – in the article – they discuss dogs that sense when someone is about to do something bad. As the poster statrd, nothing happened to dog or human. Watch dogs are watch dogs. How is your watch cat doing at protecting you? Stop posting on every other post about your damn cat on a dog-specific article. That is all.
A 31-year-old man presenting with an 18-month history of sexual dysfunction resulting from severe adult-onset IHH (LH U/L, FSH U/L, T nmol/L). Initial therapy with 50 mg of clomiphene citrate (CC) three times a day for 7 days, with overnight LH pulse profiling and 9 am T levels evaluated at baseline and on completion. A 2-month washout period, followed by low-dose maintenance therapy (25-50 mg/d) for 4 months.
MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE(S):Baseline and stimulated T levels and LH pulsatility; effect on sexual function.
RESULT(S):Clomiphene therapy resulted in complete normalization of pulsatile gonadotropin secretion, serum T level, and sexual function. CONCLUSION(S):Isolated hypogonadotropic hypogonadism may result from an acquired defect of enhanced hypothalamic sensitivity to E-mediated negative feedback. Whereas direct T replacement therapy can further suppress endogenous gonadotropin secretion, treating IHH men with gonadotropins can stimulate endogenous T secretion and enhance fertility potential. On theoretical grounds, reversal of gonadotropin deficiency with CC might be expected to have a similar biological effect.