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Does testicular microcalcification affect fertility?

Does testicular microcalcification affect 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

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Are there methods of restoring fertility and natural testicular function after being on Testosterone for almost 2 years?

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 more

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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

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

Varicoceles: Are common, and more common on the left than the right. Some varicoceles cause fertility problems, but most men with varicocele have normal fertility. Semen analysis will answer this question, see your doctor to talk about this. ...Read more

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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 :/

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

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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 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?

Mild size: asymmetry between the testicles is normal. Also, they may normally be suspended at different angles and at different heights. However, if you feel like there might be a problem, see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more

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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?

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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Fertility specialists, how likely is a 1 cent polyp in uterus to cause 1. Infertility 2. Miscarriage. Please take size of p into consideration w answe?

Fertility specialists, how likely is a 1 cent polyp in uterus to cause 1. Infertility 2. Miscarriage. Please take size of p into consideration w answe?

Low prob/easy fix: Not a great probability to cause infertility or miscarriage, but it's an easy fix and will improve your percentages. Often it can be fixed with and office or brief outpatient procedure to remove the polyp. ...Read more

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Is the 45 CM testicular volume size big?

Is the 45 CM testicular volume size big?

Yes it is: Probably ok if both testes are of similar size or if it's your only testis. Best to get it checked if it's much larger than your other testicle, provided you have 2. ...Read more

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Is the size of testicular volume 37.50 CM big ?

Is the size of testicular volume 37.50 CM big ?

Yes: 37.5 cc is a large testicle. This may not be a problem. Some men have bigger than average testicles. Make sure you don't feel any lumps or irregularities and get checked out if you're concerned. Also, the fact that you pegged it at 37.5 cc suggests you have had an ultrasound and maybe don't need further work up. ...Read more

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Is there any possibility to increase the testicular size through medication. ?

Testosterone level?: Please talk to your pcp before taking advertised pills online or otc, get your testosterone level checked. ...Read more

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How i measure by wich kinde of scale of measurment i take the size of testicular volume, length, width and breadth?

How i measure by wich kinde of scale of measurment i take the size of testicular volume, length, width and breadth?

See answer: The volume of the ellipsoid testicle is measured by using a ruler, calipers, prader orchidometer, or ultrasound imaging to measure the length, width, and height of the testicle and one of the two most commonly used formulas: 1) l x w x h x 0.52 =? Cm3; or 2) l x w x h x 0.71 = ? Cm3 (cubic centimeters). ...Read more

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Im eight months removed from testicular injury and still have a large hematoma that has not decreased in size since the accident. Any suggestions?

Im eight months removed from testicular injury and still have a large hematoma that has not decreased in size since the accident.  Any suggestions?

Here are some...: Can you specify what was removed after testicular injury? The swelling from tissue injury either by trauma or surgery should be resolved in 4 to 6 months. If not, eight months after injury is the time to be reassessed with physical examination and ultrasound study. Meanwhile, it would be useful to bring the detail of the sequence of events since injury to the doctor for the analysis. ...Read more

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Hi. does green tea extracts effect on spermcount or testicular size?

Hi. does green tea extracts effect on spermcount or testicular size?

No: Essentially everything you read about green tea is hype at this stage of our knowledge. If you are really interested in this stuff, get with an evidence based holist. Best wishes. ...Read more