Testicular cancer is the uncontrolled growth of malignant cells in the testicle, which can compromise sperm production. Therefore, testicular cancer can cause the appearance of azoospermia in the male.
Some of the symptoms that appear in men with testicular cancer are the following:
- Testicular area bulge.
- Inflammation of the testicle.
- Genital pain.
- Fluid accumulation in the scrotum.
However, these clinical manifestations are not exclusive to testicular cancer. In the presence of any similar symptoms, it is best to consult a physician to study the possible cause and establish the best treatment.