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Infertility, one testicle smaller. Sperm count zero in sperm test, surgical removal of varicocele. Medication to improve sperm count.

Dear doctor : one of the testis is smaller than other and I did sperm test then I found The amount of sperm is zero then I did Ultrasound of the testicle the rustle was there is small of A varicocele so I did Surgical to remove it also . the doctor given me medicines to active the testis for 3 months after that I did sperm test again the rustle still zero and give me other medicines for feeding sperm for other 6 months and still no improvement
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.
As your repeated sperm counts are shoeing azoospermia that is no sperms, you need to get some hormone tests done, like FSH. This will guide to the possible cause of azoospermia, whether some obstruction to the passage or some testicular cause.
May have to do testicular biopsy.
Hope to have cleared your doubts.
Dr. Mrs. Sumeet Baheti
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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