Azoospermia

Around 10 percent of infertile men and 1 percent of all men have azoospermia.

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Azoospermia

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November 28, 2022
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Azoospermia

What is Azoospermia?

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Despite normal spermatogenesis, azoospermia is the absence of sperm cells in the ejaculate. It affects about 1% of guys and is a common cause of infertility in men. About 60% NOA and 40% OA were extracted from it. The semen is rendered less fertile or occasionally sterile by this condition.

What are the contributing elements to this condition?

Numerous factors can contribute to obstructive azoospermia. Males with:- A previous vasectomyEjaculation or ejaculatory duct blockageTesticles or epididymis with an infectionEpididymis and/or Vas deference absent since birth (a tube that stores and transfers the sperm)

What symptoms indicate obstructed oogenesis?

The majority of the time, obstructive azoospermia goes undetected. However, there are two key signs of the disorder, which are as follows:Difficulty with sperm productionDuct obstruction resulting in blocked ejaculationWhat impact does obstructive azoospermia have on conception or fertility?Obstructive azoospermia prevents a guy from sperm production in appropriate numbers. This makes natural conception extremely challenging. Despite this low sperm count, the testis or epididymis can be successfully used to retrieve viable sperm. These sperm can subsequently be used in IVF or other processes.

What diagnostic procedures are used?

Physical examination: It could assist in identifying the incorrect testicle structure. In addition to diagnosing testicle anatomy, it also examines the epididymis and other ducts.Scrotum and the prostate are imaged. The use of ultrasound examinations is an excellent way to identify any issues or anomalies in males.Clinical examinations: These can be used to measure testosterone and follicle-stimulating hormone levels. The quantity of sperm is directly impacted by these hormones.

How can this problem be treated?

There are two different treatments that can be used to treat obstructive azoospermia, depending on the patient's condition:Vaso-vasostomy/vaso-epididymostomy: This procedure involves making a tiny incision in the testicles. To remove the barrier in the vas deferens/epididymal tube, this is done. This tube is essential for the movement of sperm to the testes.A tiny incision is created in the testes to remove obstruction from the ejaculatory duct during transurethral resection of the ejaculatory duct (TURED). The ejection of the sperm into the vagina is primarily due to this duct.

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