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Right testicle Inguinal hernia can cause azoospermia?

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Dr. John Berryman
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Low sperm ?'s

An inguinal hernia can cause pain, but unless the affected side testicle is strangulated (blood supply compromised) sperm production is not affected.
At 32, see a urologist for low sperm count treatments.

In brief: Low sperm ?'s

An inguinal hernia can cause pain, but unless the affected side testicle is strangulated (blood supply compromised) sperm production is not affected.
At 32, see a urologist for low sperm count treatments.
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