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Testicular Sperm Extraction

Testicular sperm extraction is a procedure where sperms are taken directly from the testicles or the testicular tissues of the reproductive system. This procedure is done for many fertility reasons if the male cannot produce naturally healthy sperm or if the level of sperm is inadequate. This procedure is done by making a few small cuts on the testicle to remove a small amount of tissue. The sperm from this extract can be used to fertilize an egg or can be kept frozen for future use.

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I have pain in my testicle following TESE done last year. Why?

Query: Hi doctor, I have done TESE last year. During my normal movements like rising from a chair, it seems to cause pain in my testicle (just like when you touch a wound). This pain is shooting to the hip like a nagging pain. Is this normal? what can I do for this?  Read Full »

Dr. Khant Shahil Ramesh Bhai

Answer: Hello, Welcome to This pain and discomfort are common after TESE (testicular sperm extraction). Any straining like rising from the chair will cause pain. I suggest you wear tight underwear so that testes does not hang loose. It will support and reduce pain. Your body will heal on its ow...  Read Full »

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