Best Azoospermia Treatment in India at Low Cost with Highest Success rate

Azoospermia Treatment in India is one of the medical conditions, which many men face through; azoospermia is a kind of male infertility, where hardly any sperm is present in the semen ejaculation.  Approximate 5% of men suffer from this male infertility condition in India. This is the disorder that may occur due to the blockage of male reproductive tract or with the production of sperm or may be both.

If we talk about Azoospermia Treatment in India, then the infertility treatment begins with a detailed review of the past medical issues, patient’s lifestyle, if he is taking any drug, previous surgery as well as family history so as to investigate the exact cause of azoospermia. To detect the base cause, specialists examine the blood sample done for testosterone and the level of FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone)

And the very next step is semen analysis (two semen analysis test); these two semen sample undergo for a standard semen analysis test. If the specialist finds no sperm count in the earliest sperm test then an additional assessment is done. On further lab examinations, if a single or at least 10 sperm present in the pellet, then the specialist concludes the reason behind azoospermia – An obstruction of the reproductive tract.

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Best Azoospermia Treatment in India

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There are a few types of treatment that can really help for men with azoospermia and planning to have a kid. If a male has obstructive type of azoospermia then the best option for a man is to undergo a surgery that can remove the blockage in order to obtain sperm in his ejaculation. The more current patient’s blockage, the more expected the surgery will be successful.

Surgical Sperm Retrieval (SSR) is one of the most effective solutions to get rid of Non-Obstructive azoospermia. This is a surgical way and also the best Azoospermia Treatment in India. Men who don’t want to go for surgery, they can opt for this treatment.

During SSR, the fertility surgeon uses a tiny needle to retrieve the sperm from the testicle. Once the experts get the sperm from testicle, they begin the treatment (after freezing the sperm) using In Vitro Fertilization with ICSI or IMSI (modern technique).

However, modern techniques such as ICSI (Intra Cytoplasmic sperm injection) mean that a man can still father his own biological child with expert medical help – This means that you must ask your doctor whether you have either (i) a very low sperm count so that you know you do at least make some sperm or (ii) absolutely no sperm at all which is the worst case scenario for any man to face.

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What is azoospermia and can a person with azoospermia have biological children?

Azoospermia is the term used when there is a complete absence of sperm in the ejaculate. Most males diagnosed with azoospermia would assume that this diagnosis means they would never be able to conceive a child; if there are no sperm how can there be conception? In reality however, a semen analysis which shows the absence of sperm in the ejaculate does not remove the chance that sperm is being produced and not delivered to the semen, or that interventions may help the man produce sperm. Even in cases where after intervention there is still no sperm in the ejaculate, there may be a possibility of harvesting small amounts of sperm, which have been produced in the testes as a result of the interventions.

A Production Problem or a Delivery Problem?

Investigations need to be carried out to discover whether the testes are simply not producing sperm, or are producing sperm but unable to deliver it in the ejaculate. If the testes are making sperm but none are in the ejaculate, the sperm must be retrieved by some other mechanism, either by restoring the normal flow of sperm or by circumventing it. If the testes are not producing sperm then exploration of whether the problem can be reversed can be undertaken. Even if the problem cannot be reversed, it is possible that the level of spermatogenesis is advanced enough to allow sperm “harvesting” in conjunction with advanced reproductive techniques (ART) and micromanipulation.

Hormonal Problems

The testicles need pituitary hormones to be stimulated to make sperm. If these are absent or severely decreased, the testes will not produce maximum sperm. If a male uses androgens (steroids) for body building purposes, this can shut down the hormones needed to make sperm.

Testicular Failure

This refers to the inability of the sperm producing part of the testicle (the seminiferous epithelium) to make adequate numbers of mature sperm. This failure may occur at any stage in sperm production for a number of reasons. Either the testicle may completely lack the cells that divide to become sperm (this is called “Sertoli cell-only syndrome”) or there may be an inability of the sperm to complete their development (this is called a “maturation arrest”). This situation may be caused by genetic abnormalities, which must be screened for.


A varicocele is dilated veins in the scrotum, (just as an individual may have varicose veins in their legs.) This condition may be corrected by minor out-patient surgery.

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Determining which of the above causes, or a combination of them, is the reason for the patient’s azoospermia is often complex. Some of the available tests are listed below.

Physical Examination

This is the simplest test. If the size of the testicles is severely diminished, this is an indication that the seminiferous epithelium is affected. Follow up hormonal profiles can determine whether this is a primary problem or caused by less than adequate hormonal stimulation.
The scrotum is examined for the presence of varicocele. Their presence can be confirmed by an ultrasound probe placed on the skin at the scrotum.
During a physical exam, the ductal systems can be felt. If they are absent, the patient has what is called congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens, (CBAVD). In most cases this is considered to be due to the patient’s genetic make-up and requires chromosomal analysis as part of the evaluation and treatment.

Finally, during examination of the ductal structures, the epididymis may feel as though it is dilated. Generally, it is flat and the middle cannot be felt. Thus, a dilated epididymis may be indicative of a blockage.

Hormonal Evaluation

Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) is the hormone made by the pituitary, which is responsible for stimulating the testes to make sperm. When the sperm producing capacity of the testes is diminished, the pituitary makes more FSH in an attempt to make the testes do its job. Therefore, if a man’s FSH is significantly elevated there is a strong indication that his testicles are not producing sperm optimally. (Testosterone polactin, leutenizing hormone (LH) and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) are also measured to assess a man’s hormonal status. These may reveal problems that can have a significant impact on sperm production).

Genetic Testing

Screening for the genes that can cause cystic fibrosis is sometimes suggested. There are tests for specific genetic abnormalities on the male chromosomes that can cause azoospermia. If a son were to inherit this, he may have the same problem.

Transrectal Ultrasound

In order to rule out a blockage of the ejaculatory duct, an ultrasound of the ejaculatory duct and seminal vesicles is often performed. If the seminal vesicles are dilated, this indicates that they may be full of semen because they cannot empty properly. Cysts blocking the ejaculatory ducts by exerting pressure on their walls, or calcifications in the ejaculatory ducts themselves, may also be noted. A cyst may in some cases may be unroofed by operating through the urethra to open it thus decompressing the ejaculatory duct. If the blockage occurs within the ejaculatory duct, the blocked part may be removed in a similar operation.


It is possible that ejaculation is occurring backwards, i.e. The sperm is being pushed into the bladder, and then washed out when the man urinates after ejaculation. Sometimes this can be corrected by oral medication. If not, the urine can be prepared so that it does not damage the sperm as much, and the sperm is then harvested from the post-ejaculatory urine.

Testicular Biopsy

Finally, if a primary testicular problem is suspected then a testicular biopsy can be undertaken.
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The Bottom Line

It is rare that a man has absolutely no sperm at all and as long as some sperm are produced it is possible nowadays to help couples have children via the ICSI procedure. So, if the doctor says you have azoospermia make sure you ask for a copy of the semen analysis results so that you can understand the situation.

Azoospermia occurs in about 2% of men in the general population. So whilst not common there are plenty of infertile men around – in the UK alone we would expect to find at least 300,000 men with azoospermia and many of these would appear extremely healthy and have no indication that any problem might exist!

Around 10-20% of men attending infertility centres will probably have azoospermia as well. This means that if you and your partner have been trying for a year or more to have a baby there is an increased risk that you may have a problem. Azoospermia is an absence of any ejaculate (semen) and is much rarer. But no worries even if you are in the group of Azoospermia, we have the best Azoospermia Treatment in India performed by the world-class veterans of We Care IVF Surrogacy.

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