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Divorce and remarriage in a 65-year-old male following transphenoidal surgery and bromocriptine of hyperprolactinemic impotence: a dilemma.

Hyperprolactinemia, hypogonadotropinism, and subnormal plasma testosterone were found in a 65-year-old patient who had an enlarged sella turcica, complained of fatigue, and addmitted to decreased sexual interest and potency. Selective nontotal tumorectomy followed by bromocriptine therapy resulted in normoprolactinemia, increased plasma testosterone, and "rejuvenation difficult to follow" according to his wife. This patient described his sexual status as comparable to that of age 24 when he fathered his only child. Both wife and husband attributed the changes to bromocriptine and requested discontinuation (wife) and continuation (husband) of the treatment; because of the clinical indications, treatment was continued. Legally, a medical certification of a normal state of health was required before divorce--and subsequent marriage to a young woman--were permitted.[1]


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