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What does this semen analysis report indicate?

Jul 2016
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Semen analysis - occasionally imotile spermetozoa seen.
Testosterone- 277, FSH- 8, LH - 7, INHIBIN B - 44.
SCROTUM AREA is warmer. Testicular size is small.
Please advice
Tue, 5 Jun 2018 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. P. T. Patil 2 hours later
Brief Answer:
You seem to have Testicular Atrophy with Azospermmia .

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for query .

Based on the facts that you have provided you seem to have Testicular Atrophy with Azospermia proved on Testicular Biopsy

Rest of the reports that you have posted are normal .

In a given situation there is no possibility of you impregnating your wife.

The only solution available is to go for Artificial Insemination with a sperms from a suitable and healthy donor .

You along with your wife can discuss this with infertility specialist.

Please note that there are no medications that will help you .

Hope I have answered your query ,please feel free to ask if you have more questions,I shall be happy to help you
Thanks and Regards.
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