Testosterone Therapy for Men with Klinefelter’s syndrome

So obviously all the people who think XXY’s etc with Klinefelter’s syndrome are not really male can fuck off. I’m not interested in engaging your opinion any longer, and especially those fools who say that crap and take testosterone too, they’re obviously hypocrites to their own argument. Nobody takes testosterone unless they want to be male and to be seen as male outwardly.

Testosterone Injections mapped for September 2012, which is the same for any other month of the year.

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Klinefelter’s syndrome is a chronic disease, as with other chronic diseases it requires life long medical care.

I take Depot-Testosterone 100mgs/mL @ 125mgs per injection, supposedly once weekly, but in colder weather I might only have an injection every 2 or 3 weeks, depending on how I feel.

If a man with Klinefelter’s syndrome does not have testosterone therapy he has an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, auto immune diseases, and fatal fractures. By taking testosterone therapy he increases his risk of cardiovascular disease, and prostate cancer, but eliminates all risk of fatal fractures and developing auto immune diseases, although non Huntington’s lymphoma is not changed if he has hormone therapy or not. Overall a man who develops Klinefelter’s syndrome is better off taking testosterone therapy.
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