You have mentioned that you are suffering from azoospermia (no sperms) with lots of leukocytes.
In general, presence of large number of leukocytes indicates infection / inflammation and absence of sperms in the semen indicates that there might be an obstruction in the tract between testes and epididymis or ejaculatory duct.
It’s difficult to tell the exact nature of the condition and treatment options without further evaluation. Some tests that would be helpful are a repeat semen analysis after 3 days of abstinence, ultrasound of scrotum and color doppler study of the scrotal vessels. I suggest you to consult a competent urologist for a physical examination and investigations. I’d be happy to follow-up with you. If you get these tests done, you can let me know the results so that I can help you better.
Hope that this information helps and hope that you will get better soon.
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