If, after anticancer therapy, the man does not present sperm in the ejaculate, what technique/method/surgery is usually used?

If you do not have sperm in your ejaculate, and you were unable to freeze sperm before receiving cancer treatment, you can try looking for them in the testicle.

Testicular biopsy is very successful when the problem is obstructive (100% successful), but in these cases the result is not so good since many times the testicle has been severely injured and no longer produces sperm. In general, we can estimate that sperm are obtained in 30% of cases.

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