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if a man remove one of its testes because of cancer,does it have any effect to its sperm count?can he produce the same no of sperm as normal guy or it will be less?what is the possibility of becoming infertile?
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replied April 30th, 2011
If the other testicle is normal, then most men should be able to have children. However, chemotherapy for testicular cancer can cause infertility. (In such cases, patients should consider sperm banking BEFORE undergoing chemotherapy.)


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Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS

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