I was reading your post was curious to see what happened? My husband also had an undescended testicle (just one). We are TTC for a few months now. No luck. Deciding whether to see the doctor... if so, whose DR do we see? His? Let me know, thanks!
Hope you don't mind me jumping in. Hubby has also been diagnosed with azoospermia but we have no idea of the cause - no undescended testes etc and so we are waiting on the SSR op in October - FX'd.
On a cautionary note; please don't rely on the home tests - we used the fertility scare one too and both tests said huuby's SA was normal!! Well 2 NHS tests show that it's far from normal and having that home test result delayed us going for help as we thought things were fine
If either of you want to pop into the link below, we've started a group for people dealing with azoospermia - would be good to see you
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