I am Mohan age 30 married since 2011. I have twice for semen analysis and found ZERO sperm count. I think my testicles are ok, and liquidation also ok. Please help me out for this situation. Please suggest me how can can it will cured.
With sperm count of zero, you need to consult an andrologist for an evaluation. Hormonal assay becomes mandatory. A testicular biopsy will be needed to find out whether there is formation of sperms or not and whether there is blockade in the tract. If sperms are present then IVF will be the next course of action. Consult an infertility expert for an opinion.
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