Genetic conditions such as deletions of the Y-chromosome
Cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy
Azoospermia has no symptoms, so it is necessary to see a specialist for diagnosis.
A diagnosis requires:
- Analysis of your medical history - Genital examination - Seminogram or semen analysis
Can I have a baby if I have azoospermia?
Sperm retrieval by epididymal aspiration or testicular biopsy is the fertility treatment of choice for achieving a baby in obstructive azoospermia.
because the number of sperm retrieved is usually relatively low, it is necessary to combine this technique with intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), in which one good quality sperm is sufficient to fertilise the egg in a specialised laboratory.
Come to our reproduction specialists and find the best alternative to have a baby at home.