Handling Of Azoospermia With Normal FSH Hormone?
I want to ask because I am confused about this case … My husband has 3 times the US check the results of azoospermia and 1 hour of fsh hormone check the results are normal … You want to check further and the treatment is cost constraints … If it’s normal, what is the possibility of sperm in the testes? and is there a blockage if fsh is normal? If OP blockage costs about “how much is that? Can you use BPJS? Thank you in advance
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. Azoospermia is a condition in which no sperm cells are found in a person's ejaculatory fluid. This condition is known from investigations in the form of sperm analysis tests, which are usually done when a partner complains of difficulty getting a baby.
Regarding your question, FSH is not the only indicator of whether a man is or will experience azoospermia. So even though the FSH is normal, there are still various other conditions that allow a man to experience this condition, including:
Infection of the testicles or testicles, the sperm ducts, and the penis
Blockage of sperm ducts
Injury to the genitals
History of surgery on the genital area
Drug side effects
Impact of radiation and poison
So again in your husband's case, even though the FSH is normal, there are still many other possible causes of the azoospermatic condition, and the blockage is usually not related to FSH levels. Blockages can still occur regardless of whether the FSH is normal or not.
Therefore, the best step for your husband is to continue the examination, because we need to know what really causes the condition to be overcome. Possibly caused by FSH has died, and now sought again for other reasons using further examination. As for your condition which is hampered by cost issues, we suggest asking the hospital directly related to the financing case, because this is beyond our capacity to determine the funding that will depend also from each hospital.
What is clear, so as not to worsen his condition now, make sure your husband is free of cigarette smoke, has an ideal body weight, exercise regularly, do not use pants and underwear that are too tight, and eat healthy foods that can increase sperm count. So, hopefully answering your question.