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6 MOST COMMON CAUSES OF AZOOSPERMIA IN MEN

There are many reasons why a man may experience fertility issues, and in many cases, the cause of male infertility cannot be precisely determined. When there is a discernable cause, one moderately common cause is

azoospermia, a condition in which a man’s semen does not contain sperm. Azoospermia can often be traced to the following six obstructive and non-obstructive causes.

OBSTRUCTIVE AZOOSPERMIA

Obstructive azoospermia occurs when a man’s body produces sperm, but something obstructs the delivery of the sperm through the reproductive system. These conditions represent an estimated 40 percent of azoospermia cases and have a wider range of cost-effective options to restore fertility than in cases of non-obstructive azoospermia.

1. PAST SURGERIES

A past vasectomy procedure is the most common cause of azoospermia. A man who wants to father a child after a vasectomy can undergo a vasectomy reversal surgery or a sperm retrieval procedure if he and his partner opt for assisted reproductive technology treatments (ART) like in vitro fertilization (IVF) or artificial insemination. Obstructive azoospermia can also be caused by past urogenital or hernia repair surgeries that result in scar tissue that obstructs the flow of sperm through the reproductive organs. Like vasectomy patients, men with irreversible scar tissue preventing successful sperm delivery may rely on sperm retrieval and ART to father a child, as long as they don’t have a concurrent condition affecting their ability to produce viable sperm.

2. CONGENITAL HEALTH CONDITIONS

Some male infertility patients are born with congenital conditions that prevent sperm from traveling from the testes to the semen, as with the condition known as congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens (CBAVD). CBAVD is often caused by a mutation on the gene that causes cystic fibrosis (CF), Partners who both carry the gene are at a high risk of having a child born with cystic fibrosis. Otherwise, men with congenital conditions like CBAVD are able to have children with our AZOOSPERMIA  SOLUTION KIT.

3. INFECTION

Over the long term, infections in the male reproductive organs can create blockages and scarring that leads to obstructive azoospermia. When left untreated, common sexually transmitted infections like gonorrhea and chlamydia can damage the urogenital system and prevent sperm from reaching a man’s semen. These diseases are made more harmful by the fact that they are often difficult to detect; many people have no discernable symptoms, and the disease is left to progress and damage the male reproductive organs over the long term.

 

NON-OBSTRUCTIVE AZOOSPERMIA

Non-obstructive azoospermia is caused by problems that inhibit the production of sperm, rather than the delivery. Depending on the root cause of non-obstructive azoospermia, the condition may be treatable and a man may father biological children. In genetic non-obstructive azoospermia, a man and his partner may need to explore other options to become parents.

1. VARICOCELE

The term “varicocele” refers to an enlarged vein within the scrotum, typically developing on the left side. Though it may not cause any symptoms, the presence of a varicocele can negatively impact sperm quality and production, leading to infertility. The medical community cannot definitively say yet why varicoceles impact fertility, but many professionals theorize that the pooled blood within the enlarged veins raises the temperature of the scrotum, damaging developing sperm.

2. UNHEALTHY LIFESTYLE CHOICES

Smoking, drinking, and doing drugs can also cause non-obstructive azoospermia. A regular smoking habit, excessive drinking, and the use of recreational drugs like marijuana, cocaine, and heroin can reduce both the number and quality of sperm that a man produces. Men with these habits who experience non-obstructive azoospermia should quit smoking, avoid drugs, and keep alcohol consumption to a minimum in order to restore sperm health and increase the chances that they can conceive with a partner.

3. GENETIC CONDITIONS

Some men experience non-obstructive azoospermia due to genetic conditions such as Klinefelter syndrome and Y chromosome deletions, both of which prevent a man’s body from producing healthy sperm. Some men with these conditions can father children, while others cannot.  

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