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My husband had testicular torsion when he was younger, could this be a reason why we are having trouble conceiving?
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Dr. Gerard Honore
Fertility Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Sometimes
It might be a contributing factor, or may not be important.
He should be evaluated, and if you've been trying for a year you should too.

In brief: Sometimes
It might be a contributing factor, or may not be important.
He should be evaluated, and if you've been trying for a year you should too.
Dr. Gerard Honore
Dr. Gerard Honore
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Dr. James Lin
Urology
In brief: May be...
Life is a one-way street of accumulation, modification, and continuation from inception to eternity.
So stated, realize many men contribute directly to 35% of infertility, even though most of them had no prior inguinal or scrotal surgery. But, studies have shown testicular damage to twisted testis carrying significant negative impact to overall sperm production. So, treat hubby's as a part o.

In brief: May be...
Life is a one-way street of accumulation, modification, and continuation from inception to eternity.
So stated, realize many men contribute directly to 35% of infertility, even though most of them had no prior inguinal or scrotal surgery. But, studies have shown testicular damage to twisted testis carrying significant negative impact to overall sperm production. So, treat hubby's as a part o.
Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin
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