Azoospermia can have various causes, including hormonal imbalances, genetic factors, or issues with the reproductive organs. With right treatment, a person can have its own sperms that can be used in assistive conceiving.

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What is Azoospermia?

Azoospermia is the condition in which you have no measurable sperm present in your ejaculate or semen means there are no sperm present in a man's ejaculate. In cases of azoospermia, either the production of sperm is very low or there is a blockage that prevents sperm from being released. This condition can be a significant challenge for couples trying to conceive, as the absence of sperm makes natural conception difficult.

Types of Azoospermia

Pretesticular Azoospermia

When your reproductive tract or testicles appear to be normal but are hardly stimulated by hormones to make sperms, it is called pretesticular azoospermia. This can happen due to hormone imbalance or chemotherapy. It is a type of non-obstructive azoospermia.


Testicular Azoospermia

When there's a disorder in or damage to the structure or function of the testicles and there's poor or no sperm production due to that, it is called testicular or non-obstructive azoospermia.

Post-testicular Azoospermia

It occurs when there's a blockage or missing connection in your reproductive tract. It means that you are producing sperm but it is getting blocked from exiting. This type of azoospermia is called obstructive azoospermia. It affects around 40% of the patients with azoospermia.

What are the most common causes of Azoospermia?

Azoospermia is majorly caused by the following factors:

Genetic abnormalities: Y chromosome microdeletions, numerical chromosomal abnormalities (Klinefelter’s syndrome), structural chromosomal abnormalities

Alcohol or drug abuse: Too much alcohol intake can limit the body’s capacity to produce sperm cells, causing serious infertility concerns

Toxins present in the environment such as pesticides, heavy metals or solvents.

Abnormal Hormonal Levels: Low levels of testosterone in males, an important sex hormone affects sperm production.

Overweight and Obesity: Intake of too many calories as compared to the body’s requirement can lead distorted sperm production process.

Invasive Medical Treatments like radiotherapy and chemotherapy

Consumption of Anabolic Agents: These substances cause a strong decrease in the self-production of the hormones necessary for sperm production (FSH and LH), which leads to a decrease in sperm production. Even after years of abuse, the only thing that helps is hormone-boosting medication.

Other causes of Azoospermia
  • Severe systemic diseases such as severe kidney or liver failure.
  • Infections such as mumps virus that can cause inflammation of the testicles (orchitis). This inflammation can temporarily or permanently impair sperm development.
  • Severe Varicocele.
  • Obstruction of both vas deferens: congenital (ABCD, bilateral vas deferens agenesis) or acquired (vasectomy, bilateral inguinal hernia surgery, certain infections such as gonorrhoea).
  • Obstruction of both ejaculatory ducts: congenital (Müllerian cysts) or acquired (following prostatitis).
What are the common symptoms of Azoospermia?

No Sperm in Semen: The main indicator is the absence of sperm when a man ejaculates.

Fertility Issues: Azoospermia can cause difficulty in conceiving a child, even with regular unprotected intercourse.

Low Semen Volume: A man with azoospermia may have a reduced amount of semen when ejaculating.

Reduced Sexual Desire: Some men with azoospermia may experience a decrease in sexual interest or drive.

Testicular Pain or Swelling: Pain or swelling in the testicles could be a symptom of azoospermia.

Erectile Dysfunction: Azoospermia can be associated with difficulties in achieving or maintaining an erection.

Abnormal Hormone Levels: Hormonal imbalances, such as low testosterone, can be present in men with azoospermia.

Genetic Conditions: Certain genetic factors contribute to azoospermia, and a family history of fertility issues could be relevant.

Why choose SRIAAS for Ayurvedic Treatment of Azoospermia?

We, at SRIAAS, proudly say that we specialise in delivering top-notch Ayurvedic treatment for Male Infertility and solutions for azoospermia, a condition that is frequently met with men in the hustle-bustle of today's life. Our methodology focuses on the balancing energy of the body and then come up with solutions using ayurvedic approaches. We recognise the uniqueness of each individual and the distinctiveness of the different causes of azoospermia and adept Ayurvedic practitioners to assess your special needs keeping that in mind. Then we tailor a distinct plan to help you deal with the problem.

Our exclusive Ayurvedic remedies are concocted with natural ingredients that are known for their reproductive health-enhancing properties. SRIAAS adopts holistic and comprehensive strategy to give you the best treatment possible for your reproductive well-being.

1 Can azoospermia be reversed naturally?

Yes, azoospermia can be reversed naturally if it is caused by hormonal imbalances or certain medications. Obstructive azoospermia, though, might require surgical intervention or assisted reproductive technologies.

2 Is azoospermia genetic?

Not all cases of azoospermia are genetic. Sometimes, genetic testing is recommended to determine the underlying causes of non-obstructive azoospermia.

3 Are there lifestyle changes that can improve sperm production?

Yes, you should maintain a healthy lifestyle, including a balanced diet, regular exercise, and avoid excessive alcohol and tobacco use. These can positively impact sperm production. However, these changes may not be sufficient to treat azoospermia caused by certain medical conditions.