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Ok so my husband has a cyst in his left testicle and we've been trying to concieve for 2 months now and Im constantly worried that its not going to happen because he has that cyst. So does having cysts down there affect fertility?

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There are two kinds of cysts that could appear in testicles: hydrocele and spermatocele.

Hydrocele is a fluid filled sac that forms in the scrotum besides the testicle and it swells the scrotum, so it looks bigger than usual. Hydocele is painless and harmless and it doesn’t cause infertility.

Another kind of cyst that may appear in the area is spermatocele. It forms on the testicular tube. It is filled with dead sperm cells and some milky fluid and is not as big as hydrocele. Spermatocele usually show up on top of testicle.

Neither of these cysts are linked to any fertility impairment. They don’t prevent semen or sperm from being ejaculated and don’t impair sperm’s quality.

You should know that while some healthy couple take just a month to conceive, others may need up to a year. It all depends on the right timing (if you follow your cycle and ovulation), egg quality and maturity, hormones, etc

You should be worried only if you don’t manage to conceive in a year time of planned trying. In that case, you should see a fertility doctor. Good luck!
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i have cyst too and i think the best wat to do IVF to deal with it i am just collecting money to do it, i will have my sperm taken from the testicle that is one way other way he should remove it by surgery. if he has a good sperm if not you should not wait just go for IVF and good luck

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Can a cyst in ur testicle cause cancer?
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i want to remove epididmyl cysts which is 9 mm on head of right testicles but docs are scaring me lose the fertility but have read about this ..and find that is very rare you lose fertility i fell umcomfortable while sitting specially any comments please
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