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Semen analysis shows Azospermia. Has 2 motile sperm. Taking Testopel. Is surgery needed?

Hello. My husband is on testopel and I heard it lowers sperm count to zero. We did a seman analysis and the doctor said he has azospermia. But on the bottom of the paper with the results it said their was 2 motile sperm and 8 non motile. Is this due to his testosterone? The doctors saying he needs surgery and does not want to prescribe clomid for him
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that your husband is on Testopel .

Systemic testosterone are known to lower sperm count by inhibiting the secretions of Hormones LH by Pitutory gland.which plays important role in production of sperms.

This can be recovered in 3 -6 months after he stops taking Tesopel

Dr has advised him surgery however since you have not mentioned anything about surgery in detail, I can not make any comment about surgery,
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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