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Wandering_Smoke
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  • if you'd like to continue to correspond with more details, I'll send you my email.
    February 2
  • The answer to your question is "yes"! Once a varicocele, always a varicocele. However, if there is so severe testicular atrophy, the chances of it being reversed (I don't have your age) is much smaller. One of the major lab tests we look at is the level of FSH in the blood, the pituitary hormone that promotes the cells that produce sperm and testosterone. If it is very high, that usually indicates "end organ failure" and the results we have seen are less than optimal. If you would like to continue I've sent you a message thru the aneros email system (at least I think I've done it). Sorry that it's taken this long, but I haven't checked my email this weekend till now--been busy with work.
    February 2
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