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Azoospermia Diagnosis steps
- Diagnosing the cause of Azoospermia
- Ultrasound Doppler Scrotum & Testes
- Detailed history
- Hormones analysis
- Y Chromosome micro-deletion
- Testicular biopsy
- Urine analysis for sperm
- Medical treatment based on the cause of Azoospermia
- Testicular sperm extraction techniques
- TESE, Micro TESE
- ICSI with sperms from Biopsy
Micro TESE Specialist Doctor in India
Due to primary testicular failure, it is a new surgical technique for the retrieval of sperms in Azoospermia. Under anaesthesia, this procedure is done. However this procedure is least preferred in view of complications and being very invasive in nature. TESA being the simplest and most effective technique is practised widely. Our Doctor Dr Arun muthuvel is an expert in TESA, TESE and Micro TESE.
Azoospermia is a condition where a man has no measurable sperm in his semen. It is a common cause of male infertility and can be caused by a variety of factors.
Pre-testicular azoospermia: This type of azoospermia is caused by issues with the hypothalamus or pituitary gland, which control the production of hormones that regulate sperm production. Testicular azoospermia: This type of azoospermia is caused by issues within the testicles themselves, such as genetic defects, injury, or infection. Post-testicular azoospermia: This type of azoospermia is caused by issues with the ducts that transport sperm out of the testicles, such as a blockage or injury.
Physical examination: A physical examination is done to check for any abnormalities in the testicles or scrotum. Semen analysis: This test measures the amount and quality of sperm in a man’s semen. Hormone testing: This test measures the levels of hormones that regulate sperm production, such as testosterone and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). Genetic testing: This test is done to check for genetic defects that can cause azoospermia. Testicular biopsy: This test involves removing a small sample of tissue from the testicle to examine for abnormalities.
Obstructive azoospermia: This type of azoospermia is caused by a blockage in the ducts that transport sperm out of the testicles. Non-obstructive azoospermia: This type of azoospermia is caused by issues within the testicles themselves, such as genetic defects or injury.
Surgery: Surgery can be used to repair a blockage in the ducts that transport sperm out of the testicles. Assisted reproductive technology (ART) such as ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) : This involves injecting a single sperm directly into an egg, which can be used to fertilize an egg in vitro. Hormone therapy: This treatment can be used to increase sperm production in men with pre-testicular or testicular azoospermia. Testicular sperm extraction (TESE): This procedure is used to retrieve sperm from the testicles. It is important to note that the success rate of the treatments of azoospermia depends on the cause of the azoospermia and the overall health of the individual. It is best to work with a specialist in male fertility to determine the best course of treatment for you.