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Azoospermia, defined as complete absence of sperm from the ejaculate, is present in about 1% of all men. Azoospermia that is Men with zero sperm count
in ejaculate can be divided into two broad groups:
A.Men who have an obstruction problem or blockage, meaning they are producing sperm, but the sperm can't get out ( Obstructive azoospermia)
B.Men who have a production problem, meaning they are not making sperm, a condition called "non-obstructive " azoospermia."
You need to be examined by an Urologist
specialist to find the cause of azoospermia. You require to undergo few tests to assess hormones. If it is obstructive azoospermia, surgery to remove obstruction can be done. If obstruction is not repairable then there is high probability of getting sperms from testis (by Procedure called TESA ) and then IVF/ICSI
can be performed. If it is non obstructive azoospermia
, in 50% of patients sperms can be found in testis by TESA / Micro dissection TESE and then ICSI can be performed.
If you are open to accept sperm donor then IUI can be done with donor semen.
All the best.