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Is there any treatment for azoospermia? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jun-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:sir i have question for my self that my sperm count is less
User:from last 4 year i had show to many doctor in last 3 report its is zero so what is soloutin for this knd of problem
Doctor:Do you mean the sperm count is zero?
User:yes sir
Doctor:Have you been evaluated by an urologist?
User:its is written as arzoosomia
Doctor:May I know your age?
Doctor:Have you been to an urologist?
Doctor:Do you have history of diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid problems?
User:yes i gone through urologist
Doctor:Ok, may I know what his comments were?
User:in year 2008 i had diesaes gullan bariera aal calicum was lose
Doctor:I understand but Guillain Barre syndrome or calcium deficiency does not cause azoospermia.
Doctor:Azoospermia where there are sperms measurable during investigations need to be confirmed with a second/third sample.
Doctor:If confirmed the most usual cause is obstruction in the ejaculatory duct.
Doctor:Occassionally primary testicular failure or hormonal conditions are the causes.
Doctor:These conditions are evaluated by qualified urologist,
Doctor:therefore I would like to know what your urologist commented.
Doctor:I am sure, he would have done the evaluation. Haven't he?
User:i wll apply for new semen report that i will i know how much count is correnly
User:i had done sonography testis report also
Doctor:May I know the ultrasonography report?
User:sir i will chk and reply now i am in office all report are in home
Doctor:No problem.
User:thanks sir
User:c u then.
Doctor:You can chat with us 24/7 for your queries.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
User:okkkk thank you bye sir
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