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Sperm are non-motile. I am advised to go for testicular biopsy to get the motile ones. Is it helpful?
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In brief: No
Testis biopsy is recommended when one has no sperm in the semen and the hormones regulating testicular function from the pituitary gland are elevated.
This will evaluate for any sperm production and allow one to consider icsi (your sperm) or donor in vitro fertilization.

In brief: No
Testis biopsy is recommended when one has no sperm in the semen and the hormones regulating testicular function from the pituitary gland are elevated.
This will evaluate for any sperm production and allow one to consider icsi (your sperm) or donor in vitro fertilization.
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