Okay my fiance was born with one testical, He had a doughter 6 years ago. No the doctor said that he has a very low sperm count. Would that mean that he cant have any more cildren. Or I dont know what to think helppppppppppppp.
I'd say if he has always just had the one testical, that his sperm count is probably the same as it has always been. Unless something has happened to change that. Also has he had a sperm count done lately, or how does the doctor know?
A new sperm count could be taken by the health provider. However, I know an individual having a single testicle from birth, and I understand that one is all that is necessary. He was told by the school physician in grade school that one would grow and function as if two. In this case, he has lived a normal life, going to Viet Nam, getting married, buying a house, having a son, working a career, having $800,000.00+ in the bank, and so on. It should not be any problem for your future together, and best of luck to you both.
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