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    How Do We Treat Zero Sperm Count?

    How Do We Treat Zero Sperm Count?

    A good many people wonder if it is possible to get pregnant with zero sperm count? So, the answer is a big Yes! Because of the advancement in the field of medical science, nearly everything is possible.

    Equivocally, men and women both are equally responsible to get pregnant. Both the partners must get a fertility screening in order to get the solution. If there is male factor infertility and the reason is zero count sperm, then at Sneh Hospital, we offer comprehensive treatments under one roof.

    First of all, no matter what infertility factor is affecting you, you should visit our fertility specialist. We have multiple options to overcome your conditions, but to choose the best of all, reach us now!

    Basically, the men who have no sperm in their semen, this condition is known as Azoospermia. To diagnose if you have azoospermia, you have to provide the sample of semen at the laboratory. Our healthcare provider will perform a physical examination and then medical examination for detailed analysis. After proper examination, our fertility specialist will guide you for further treatment. Know about the treatments you may have to undergo! Make a note that the treatment depends upon the cause.

    Well, treatments are utterly dependent on the causes. For treating azoospermia, it is very important to consult with a doctor at the very first stage. On detecting the cause, he will recommend some treatment options. Different treatments on the basis of different types of azoospermia are discussed below:

    For obstructive azoospermia: 

    This can be treated by performing minor surgery to unblock the reproductive tract. This is a minimally invasive technique.

    In case of non-obstructive azoospermia: 

    You may not be producing or may be producing poor quality of sperm then you will be given FSH (Follicle- stimulating Hormone), HCG (Human Chronic Gonadotropins) by the way of injections or may be pills of clomiphene, letrozole etc., for stimulation the sex glands to produce the gametes.

    Sperm retrieval:

    Sperm can be directly retrieved from the testicles by the way of biopsy, TESE/ Micro TESE.

    Lifestyle change:

    Your daily lifestyle habits play an important role in the functioning of your body. Discontinue the medications which affect your fertility. Discontinue addictions if any. Switch to a healthy lifestyle by embracing yoga, medication, healthy diet and by staying stress-free!