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Pain in the abdomen while urination and erection. Diagnosed with Asthenozoospermia. Any surgical treatment?

hi, am jastin lobo 26 yrs old male,had complained of pain in the abdomen while passing urine as well as erection or at the time of ejaculation .and i checked with doctors and diagnosed as asthenozoospermia ,so is that there is any treatment or surgical interventions to treat it and which would be the best?-I hope u will help me.
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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Welcome to healthcaremagic.
Asthenospermia usually not associated with painful urination or painful erection .
this symptoms may be presenting feature of u t i .presence of infection may result in poor motility of sperm. control of infection will help relieving yoursymptoms and improving the motiltyif infection be the reason of asthenozoospermia .
please consult surgeon /urologist and get a check up to find out any surgical
cause llke varicocoel,etc. that may have to be treated surgically .get a check up and discuss with surgeon
hope your problem is over .

Answered: Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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