Administration of testosterone inhibits gonadotrophin secretion and spermatogenesis in men but the degree of response is highly variable. This treatment also stimulates prolactin, itself a progonadal hormone in animals. This study investigated whether concomitant suppression of prolactin (PRL) with the non-ergot, dopamine receptor agonist quinagolide (Q), would enhance the efficacy of testosterone in its inhibition of spermatogenesis in healthy eugonadal men.
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|