Infertility

Aoa , we are married since 4 yrs no baby yet ... We under went initial workup my husbands reports showed azoospermia ... Ultrasound testes was done to relocate testes it showed both testes are intraabdominal .can we proceed with testicular sperm extractions for IVF if testes are intraabdominal ?? Or we should loose hope and adapt a baby ??

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Reports are not yet recieved as we just got ultrasound done .. the sonologist told us that both testes are intraabdominal .

dr-zeeshanarshad-urologist-multan

MBBS, FCPS (Urology) | Multan

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Studies have shown that intra abdominal testis have high risk of developing testicular cancer. Undescended testicles that are not brought into the scrotum from a young age will not produce sperm. Even with surgical correction, higher rates of infertility are seen. testosterone (androgen) deficiency – having two undescended testes increases the risk of developing testosterone deficiency. First treatment is to locate testis to bring it down for the prevention and self examination of testis.

dr-zeeshanarshad-urologist-multan

MBBS, FCPS (Urology) | Multan

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Studies have shown that intra abdominal testis have high risk of developing testicular cancer. Undescended testicles that are not brought into the scrotum from a young age will not produce sperm. Even with surgical correction, higher rates of infertility are seen. testosterone (androgen) deficiency – having two undescended testes increases the risk of developing testosterone deficiency. First treatment is to locate testis to bring it down for the prevention and self examination of testis.

dr-zeeshanarshad-urologist-multan

MBBS, FCPS (Urology) | Multan

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Studies have shown that intra abdominal testis have high risk of developing testicular cancer. Undescended testicles that are not brought into the scrotum from a young age will not produce sperm. Even with surgical correction, higher rates of infertility are seen. testosterone (androgen) deficiency – having two undescended testes increases the risk of developing testosterone deficiency. First treatment is to locate testis to bring it down for the prevention and self examination of testis.

dr-ali-haider-khowaja-urologist-karachi

MBBS, FCPS (Urology) | Karachi

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show me in my clinic with all reports .

dr-kashif-ikram-urologist-bahawalpur

Go for laprosvopic sperm extraction

dr-zahid-hussain-urologist-lahore

MBBS, FCPS, F.A.C.S | Lahore

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Please visit us for opinion

dr-sajid-iqbal-urologist-lahore

It's better to adapt baby

dr-khizer-hayat-gondal-urologist-lahore

MBBS, FCPS, Training Laproscopis surgery | Lahore

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Go for usg of abd and try to locate testis if found we can try to bring them down or we can go for laparoscopic surgery gor localization and bringing fown and then we can try to take sperm if they are easily accessible