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    varicocele surgery
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    itecaynot posted:
    had surgery 2yrs ago testicle is less than half of other one will it
    grow to its original size again its about the size of an olive
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    Sheldon Marks, MD responded:
    Usually after varicocele surgery the testicle grows dramatically. If the testicle on the side of the varicocele repair has shrunk quite a bit, that is not good and sounds like it no longer is producing sperm and minimal testosterone. You should see a urologist, and get your baseline testosterone levels and sperm count.
     
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    itecaynot replied to Sheldon Marks, MD's response:
    do you think DR. made a mistake because I told him that my testicle is small and when I ejaculate not to much comes out he says it will not grow anymore and my ejaculate will not increase he says everything is normal testosterone levels


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