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Can varicocele cause hypogondism?
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: Infertility
Varicocele can prevent growth of testicle on affected side.
Right testis usually grows normally because varicoceles are usually only on the left, however a few are bilateral and both testes can be small, combiation of varicocele and small testis or testes is a very strong indication to have varicocele corrected if subject wishes to maintain or achieve maximal fertility potential.

In brief: Infertility
Varicocele can prevent growth of testicle on affected side.
Right testis usually grows normally because varicoceles are usually only on the left, however a few are bilateral and both testes can be small, combiation of varicocele and small testis or testes is a very strong indication to have varicocele corrected if subject wishes to maintain or achieve maximal fertility potential.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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Dr. Richard Levin
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