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If Azoospermic men are more likely to develop cancer what about people who have had both testicles removed?

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Dr. James Lin
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Azoospermia occurs in men after bilateral vasectomy of sterilization or orchiectomy for prostate cancer (nowadays, it is not popular) or occasional men with inborn abnormality in testes, who are those concerned about higher risk developing testicular cancer; and it should not be the issue for men after vasectomy or orchiectomy.
More? Ask urologist. In fact, focusing on healthy lifestyle is key...

In brief: Here are some...

Azoospermia occurs in men after bilateral vasectomy of sterilization or orchiectomy for prostate cancer (nowadays, it is not popular) or occasional men with inborn abnormality in testes, who are those concerned about higher risk developing testicular cancer; and it should not be the issue for men after vasectomy or orchiectomy.
More? Ask urologist. In fact, focusing on healthy lifestyle is key...
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