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Testicular test done, shows bilateral variciceles. Taking paterna tablets. Active sperm is less. Chances of becoming a father?

Hi this is XXXXX, I had a test of my testicles and the result is as below. Right: is normal measures 37x17mm, the Epididymis is normal, no hydrocele is noted, the veins of the pampiniform plexus measures 2.0 mm on rest 2.3 mm on valsalva. Left: is normal and measures 37x18,the Epididymis is normal, no hydrocele is noted, the veins of the pampiniform plexus measures 1,8 mm on rest 2.5 mm on valsalva. IMPRESSION: bilateral variciceles. my active sperm was 15%. the doctor presccribed me Paterna tables will i have child. it is worth mention that i have used more than ten times viagra tablets, is my sick ness because of viagra tablets
Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Viagra tablets do not cause varicocele. Bilateral varicocele is a common cause of infertility and low sperm count. Surgery is the preferred treatment which will help in reversal of your sperm health and will help you in fathering a child.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
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