Oligozoospermia & Azospermia

What is Oligospermia/ azoospermia?

The major cause of male infertility is azoospermia when a man has no measurable semen for ejaculation. Testicles typically contain semen in a scrotum of an individual. The sperm fluid mixes with fluid to form semen through the male reproductive system. During ejaculation, semen is the warm, thick, and white fluid emitted from the penis.
Five to 10% of people who have been tested for infertility have azoospermia. The condition can occur at birth or later in life.

What is the diagnosis of azoospermia?

We recognize that many people are profoundly troubled by a diagnosis of infertility. However, effective diagnosis of azoospermia starts with determining the reasons behind this condition. Sperm is usually formed in the testicles (testes) of your scrotum and spreads through the reproductive tract to mix with fluid on seminal pipes.
As we stated above, almost 10 percent of males have experienced infertility due to azoospermia. The condition begins at birth or progresses later in life and is often named ‘no sperm count.’ We have a detailed review to determine if you are specifically impacted.

Azoospermia types

Your physicians will determine the type of azoospermia you have during your diagnosis:

  • Sperm is made, but trapped in your reproductive tract, is known as Obstructive Azoospermia.
  • Sperm development is impaired, called non obstructive azoospermia.
Our physicians have a piece of abundant knowledge and equipment required for the evaluation of the condition. The aim is to address the dilemma so that you and your wife get the simplest path to conceive a baby. You normally refer to:

  • Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)-: 1 to 20 semen
  • Intrauterine insemination-: 3 to 5 million
  • Unassisted Conception-: 10 to 20 million moving sperm
  • In vitro (IVF)-: 1 million sperm cells

Azoospermia versus Oligospermia.

You could not find any sperm during your examination is Azoospermia, whereas in an abnormally small quantity of sperm is known as oligospermia. For these situations, our men’s reproductive and surgical system can provide you with care.

Other procedures for diagnosis

You may also be diagnosed with:

  • Physical examination
  • Using ultrasound, MRI or CT (computed tomography) and Genital tract imaging
  • A comprehensive medical background (while patients might have been present with a specialist for infertility, it is not a prerequisite to attend our center), but requires analysis of all relevant records.
  • Screening of embryos
  • Checking of hormones

Sperm sample collection.

Precise azoospermia treatment starts with the selection of two sperm samples to take account of normal variation at various periods. The sample can be supplied or provided in our office including:

  • You need to provide us a sperm sample within the hour.
  • The bottle, for example, is always in a pocket at body temperature.

For more details, you need to visit our clinic, so that we can properly examine your condition.


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