Infectious process in the reproductive organs.Investigations to be done:
*Searching for the reason of the infection signs the lab found in the sperm analysis.
*Re-testing after therapy.
*Control sonography of the testicles every 3 to 6 months to safely rule out testicular cancer.
Inflammation of the reproductive organs, reason yet to be found.Treatment plan:
No therapy before a proper diagnosis after further tests!Regarding follow up:
Ant time you need me.
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