Azoospermia or “No Sperm in the Ejaculate”

Azoospermia is a condition where there are no sperm present in the ejaculate which can cause male infertility. There are two types of this condition: "obstructive," where there is a blockage preventing sperm from entering the ejaculate, or "non-obstructive," when azoospermia is due to decreased sperm production by the testis. 

Our physicians are leaders in helping men achieve fatherhood through azoospermia treatment and sperm extraction, and we can create a highly-personalized treatment plan to help return fertility to our patients. An accurate diagnosis begins with analyzing two different sperm samples, and the course of treatment depends on which type of azoospermia you have—obstructive or non-obstructive. Microsurgery or lifestyle or medication adjustments may be necessary, as well as sperm extraction.