@Malak: I am so sorry to hear the news. What the urologist said is somewhat true. If your DH has smaller testicles, you want to avoid cutting as many samples as possible. BUT this doesn't prevent you from doing the mTESE, which is the whole point! With mTESE, the surgeon has to look for a good sample to minimize the damage. After the procedure, it is encouraged to do BT to make sure hormones are all normal.
@DeterminedOne: I'm happy to hear that it is a good outcome with DrP. It makes such a different with a positive Dr and a dr who is on your side it, doesn't it? I figure he would give you 50/50. That's what they have been doing to everyone. I thought you got my email about all the BTs. Inhibin B isn't normally done (no medicare rebate) but Dr P is absolutely right that CF is the first thing they would have checked! However, given the biopsy result, i doubt that it could be CF.