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Left side varicocele with high fsh and lh

My name is Terry , 30 years old Male and I recently went through my SA test, This was my first Semen Analysis Test and it shows that Total Sperm Count as 'No Spermatozoa seen'.
ph = 8; Volume = 8; Viscosity = Viscous; Puss Cell = 0-1/ HPF.

I consulted Urologist and he advised me to go for FSH/LH/PROLACTIN/TESTOSTERONE BLOOD TEST and USG Doppler Scrotum.

My Blood Test says:
--> SERIUM PROLACTIN = 10.54 ng/mL
--> FSH = 29.62 mIU/ML (Normal Male = 0.8 - 13)
--> LH = 12.31 mIU/ML (Normal Male = 1.5 - 9)

--> Doppler Scrotum says  evidence of mild left sided Varicocele. Size of vein during relaxation 2.6 mm, during valsalva 3.6 mm.
Please help me to understand this data, What is the cause of this and any treatment to become a father.

Thank you so much in advance, Please help.

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   Sorry to learn that your  SA tests have shown zero sperm count. It is important that you visit a good fertility clinic and get more detailed testing done. There could be more than just varicocele, like a block in the sperm ducts, some issues with the testicular development etc. Probably you need to do one more SA to validate the present test. I am sure you would be able to get a proper solution from a fertility clinic and hope that your fertility problem if any would be cured early.

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