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An_254219 posted:
I recently went to the urologist and had a zero sperm count. I was told to quit smoking and to not drink alcohol in excess. In addition I was told I have a Varicocele. My doctor recommended surgery. Has anyone ever had this surgery and had success getting pregnant later? I'm going to have the surgery and hope that it works but just wondering if I shouldn't get my hopes up. Thanks.
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diseasefighter responded:
Hi, please don't lose hope. your infertility might be caused by your Varicocele. you should cure it by surgery. and this is the best way to cure this disease. but you should pay attention to infection after surgery. if infertilty still cannot be cured after surgery, you may have other diseases such as died sperm and so on, you can contact me with online chat from this site:http://www.diureticspill.com/ . i will do my best to help you.
 
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