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Testicular Size And Fertility
Maybe: Testicular microlithiasis (TM) uncommon pathologic condition that is commonly diagnosed by scrotal ultrasonography. Indirect evidence suggests that TM may be associated with an increased risk of testicular malignancy and infertility.Greater amount of calcifications seems to have greater relationship to cancer and infertililty. ...Read more
At what testicular volume should should one be concerned with fertility? I mean small enough to recommend semen analysis?
Are there methods of restoring fertility and natural testicular function after being on Testosterone for almost 2 years?
Tincture of time: & hope for the best. Unless you legitimacy require hormone replacement therapy for hypogonadism &/or , low natural testosterone level, in which case you require testosterone indefinitely. Hopefully, your testosterone use was legitimate in which case U should discuss it with your prescribing Dr. Otherwise fertility problems are a known side effect of testosterone use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A mild dilation at left side testicular veins at 2.9mm. Is it varicoceles? Does this needs to be corrected? If left untreated does it affect fertility
What should be the normal size of female egg on the 14th day? Did the size of female egg effect fertility ?
15 -25mm: By "egg" i'm assuming you mean follicle on ultrasound since there is no way we can measure the actual egg by ultrasound. The ideal range is probably 16-22 or so but pregnancies with ivf have been seen in my experience down to 14 mm size. I wouldn't focus much on the size. More important is timing of the follicle development. Seek help if outside this range. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can size and weight determine fertility? I'm 4'11 & 94 lbs and have been trying to get pregnant for a while but can't seem to :/
Thin is okay: Your BMI is 19.0 which is definitely on the thin side but that alone should not prevent you from conceiving. Some women who exercise frequently (especially long distance running) will stop ovulating. In those cases, reduction in exercise is advised. Conversely, women who gain weight and become obese (BMI > 30) can also stop ovulating. If your cycles are regular, then your small size is okay. ...Read more
My left testicle is little larger in size than the right one but has no pain and any other problems. Do I have to worry? Will it affect my fertility?
Testicles: This is normal. All men have one testicle that is the dominate one and one that is the back up. Normal. ...Read more
My right testis hang lower then left one and left testis is small than right one.
my testis are small do size of testis matter in fertility?
My tvs scan shows both ovarian cyst also size of ovary larger.Have no kids.4 yrz of marriage.Can i tak danazole or laproscope best for fertility n cys?
Neither: Your doctor may chose to treat or just watch the cyst(s) depending on their size and appearance. Danazol is used to treat the pain of endometriosis, not infertility. It is neither safe nor effective for fertility treatment. Laparoscopy is surgery and should not be the first treatment for infertility, unless the doctor wishes to treat the cyst. ...Read more
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