I was diagnosed with Azoospermia 3 years ago. Since then I have tried going to urologists and even a homeopath but nothing was worked. I even had a biopsy done that came out as a negative also. I have no family history of this problem. All my results/ultrasounds seem to be OK but no sperms are produced. Please advice if there is any cure to this problem. I have been married for more than 6 years now with no child. Your reply will be highly appreciated.
ch123 on 2009-03-29
There are reports of testicular toxicity of endosulfan manifested as decreased spermatogenesis and testicular hormone synthesis (steroidogenesis), as evidenced by a decrease in spermatid count in testes and in sperm count in the cauda epididymis and by changes in marker enzymes for testicular steroidogenesis in adult animals (Chitra et al. 1999; Singh and Pandey 1989, 1990; Sinha et al. 1995). These effects were seen at much lower dosages and shorter durations if exposures occurred during the prenatal or prepubertal periods (Dalsenter et al. 1999; Sinha et al. 1995, 1997, 2001). Singh and Pandey (1990) also reported profound decreases in the levels of plasma LH, FSH, and testosterone associated with decrease in testicular testosterone in pubertal rats exposed to endosulfan for 30 days.
Thus, our observations of low testosterone levels in male children conform with the animal studies. Lower SMR scores appear to reflect lower serum testosterone levels for age.
In our study, it is not possible to confirm disturbed spermatogenesis observed in animal studies.
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