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Is there a condition that is described as vas deferens deficiency? How is it related to function of epidydimis and sperm count? Is it symptomatic or may be present without exposing symptoms? I’m not so familiar with role of vas deferens in this entire thing, so please tell me more. Thanks.

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Vas deferens is muscle tube that connects vesicles and urethra. Sperms go through it in ejaculation. Vas deferens can be affected with haematoma, abscess, carbuncle and boil.
These affections are often symptomatic, and I guess that can not be unnoticed. Infections and other disorders of related organs may mimic or misdiagnose vas deferens diseases. And they are often epididimys, seminal vesicles and testicles.
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