There were zero sperm or were there some that were dead. Did you see a urologist or did a general doctor order the testing?
I would strongly suggest seeing a urologist who will do a repeat semen analysis. He might even look at some of the sample under a microscope while your there and send the rest out to the lab for evaluation. If there are indeed zero sperm, the term is azoospermia. My husband has this diagnosis. Typically a scrotal ultrasound is then recommended. If you are wanting a family in the future, and they see sperm in the ultrasound sometimes they are successful doing a procedure to aspirate them and freeze them. Sometimes the tube that the sperm is supposed to come out of is diverted elsewhere. So if a family is what your worried about DONT WORRY YET!! If you have any questions I’m happy to help you with what I know from our experience becoming a family. If you rather not talk about something so personal, please feel free to send me a private message.
Lots of luck!
Hello. I cannot speak fully to this as the issue in our case was low motility which is why we required IVF which was successful. I found an article that may give you some encouraging info. But of course, the most important thing is that you are getting analysis by your doc. Best wishes. My prayers are with you. https://www.malereproduction.com/male-infertility/causes/