Getting Ready for Certification: Hypogonadism and Male Sexual Health

Katherine E. Marchese, MSN, ANP-BC, CUNP; Mari Parker, MSN, FNP-C, CUNP; and Treva Thomasson, RN, CURN, BCB-PMD


Urol Nurs. 2020;40(4):205-206. 

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RN-Level Questions

4. The most reliable clinical indication of primary hypogonadism treatment effectiveness would be:

   a. Increased energy and morning erections.

   b. Decrease in luteinizing hormone (LH).

   c. Increase in testicular size.

   d. Increase in prolactin blood work.

5. When testosterone is supplemented, what can be expected to occur with the semen?

   a. Retrograde ejaculation.

   b. Decreased fertility.

   c. Anejaculation.

   d. Increased fertility.

6. Primary hypogonadism refers to:

   a. Low testosterone levels caused by disorders of the hypothalamus.

   b. Insufficient testosterone secretions due to testicular failure.

   c. Low testosterone levels caused by the pituitary gland.

   d. Low testosterone levels indicated by low LH and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) blood tests.