- Men with low AM testosterone and low sperm counts AND low or low normal FSH and LH levels.
Other male infertility specialists that I know and respect use clomid in other situations as well, such as for men with low testosterone and sperm counts but high/high normal FSH/LH levels. Personally, I don't do this, but they do and claim to have results.
When I have men on clomid, I like to check hormone levels, specifically testosterone and estradiol, every 2 or so weeks, at least until hormone levels stabilize. Why do I check estradiol levels? Testosterone can be converted to estradiol, which can then cause breast enlargement.
There you have it.