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Elevated FSH levels, got epididymoorchitis post mumps and fever. Cure?

Im 38 years old man in July 1999 i suffered from high fever had mumps problem which then converted to Epididymoorchitis that causes serious problem of infertility because of orchitis my FSH level is stil high about 32.5 mlu/ml.....high than normal range....kindly give me yours opinion how should i cure this problem........
Asked On : Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
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Mumps - viral infection can cause severe problem when it affects the testes. This is evident as your FSH value is on the higher side
Unfortunately there is not much we can do about the situation and bring the value down.
However you can consult a urologist and do some investigations like scrotal scan
Some might do a testicular biopsy and see what type of cells are seen in the testis. A small portion the tissue can be frozen in proper centers which can be used later if there is evidence of spermatogenesis

hope to have answered your query
Dr Nandita Thakkar
Answered: Sat, 14 Apr 2012
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