Presentation:  What’s Up with Male Fertility?
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1. Which exerts negative feedback on the hypothalamic pituitary axis in the male:

a. LH

b. FSH

c. Activin

d. Estradiol

e. Testosterone

2. A 35-year old man presents for infertility. His total testosterone is 290 ng/dL (normal 300 ng/dL and greater). FSH is 5.0 international units/L. The next step is:

a. Scrotal ultrasound

b. Prescribe exogenous testosterone

c. Microdissection testicular sperm extraction

d. Obtain morning testosterone, SHBG, albumin, and LH

e. Prescribe clomiphene citrate 50 mg every other day