Our expert says:
It is possible for damage or partially damaged tube to under go full obstruction at any time and this would thus then cause azoospermia. It is however possible that there could be now a production failure but the more likely reason look at your hormone profile would indicate an obstructive azoospermia. You have been given the correct advice to undergo IVF with TESA and this would definitely be the correct way forward. In the light of normal LH and FSH I don’t think the use of extra testosterone may make that much of a difference. In certain circumstances exogenous testosterone may worsen the condition.
Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo
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