Can An Abnormal Testicle Fertilize An Egg?
I am 34 years old man … I want to ask … is it with a small testis that is next to a child as a result of having smashed iron … will affect fertilization in women … will I not be able to fertilize my female partner …?
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Abnormalities in the structure of the testicles can indeed affect the sperm produced. However, to be sure, you should undergo a semen analysis examination. During this examination, your semen will be examined to find out how much sperm is in it. In addition, sperm will also be analyzed for shape and movement. It takes sperm in sufficient quantities, normal shape, and good movements to be able to make a woman pregnant. If the results of these tests are abnormal, you can consult a urologist so that you can be further examined and treated. Before conducting the examination, you are advised not to have sex or ejaculation for 2-5 days.
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