Is Azoospermia the cause of Low Sperm Count?
Azoospermia is a complete medical condition of a man not having any measurable level of sperm in his semen. It is associated with very low levels of fertility. it can be 10 percent to 15 percent of all male infertility. May be in some cases its tretable but also its depend to some different cause:
It has two cause, such as:
obstructive azoospermia – where sperm are created, but cannot be mixed with the rest of the ejaculatory fluid due to a physical obstruction, and also it blockage in the sperm transport system so damage, injury or abnormalities of the epididymis, vas deferens or ejaculation duct which transport sperm.
non-obstructive azoospermia – where there is a problem with spermatogenesis and a lack of sperm production by the testicles. The cause of this; If the testicals are damage and injured so it may directly affect to the testicles.
We describe here some symptoms of Azoospermia so you can easily catch this problem:
– In the resent past some research proof that, Zero Sperm Counts & Genetic Links are very major cause of Azoospermia and also it was considered that at least 20% to 30% of men with extremely low or “zero” sperm counts had no known medical reason for their fertility problems. Molecular biology and genetics are some reason of infertility and the reason of infertility is a low sperm. We now know that 20-30% of men with such low (under 10 million/ml) or zero sperm counts have a now identifiable genetic cause for their problem. Some medical treatment and genetis testes are now curing these Genetic disorders. Previously it can’t be treatable but now its not very major cause because there are so many pills, testes and medical therapies without any side effect that prescribed by, well known doctors, are available in our site.
– The Congenital absence of the vas deferens (CAVD) is a symptom of Azoospermia, and in this all reproductive ducts (including the epididymis, vas and seminal vesicles) are missing. All sperm are being trapped because of this abnormal Testicle so its lack of a pathway to the ejaculate. Cystic fibrosis (CF) and malformations of the kidneys (renal malformations) are some deceases associated of CAVD. If the father have at least 66% cystic fibrosis than at lest 25% of chances that his spouse have also face this problem because it spread by gene. But this disease is treatable so don’t worry just follow these simple steps after genetic test, Vitro fertilization cycle for wife and “MESA” or microsurgical epididymal sperm aspiration for man to obtain viable sperm, so these sperm inserted inside the eggs of wife (ICSI) that have been obtained from an aspiration carried out through the vagina. The resulting embryos may then be placed into the uterus of the female to establish a pregnancy. This is very success technique.
– The Y Chromosome Microdeletions of a next cause of Azoospermia. Human genome consists of 23 pairs or 46 chromosomes. There are 44 autosomes and 2 sex chromosomes. The sex chromosomes are called “X” and “Y”. So normal human has 2 sex chromosomes. A woman has “X” and “X” (2X) and a man have one “X” and one “Y”. The reproductive gametes (eggs and sperm) get one or the other of each partner’s sex chromosomes. Because women have 2 “X” chromosomes, each of her eggs will have an “X” sex chromosome. Men have 1 “X” and 1 “Y” chromosome, half of their sperm will carry the “X” chromosome and half will carry the “Y” chromosome. If an “X” sperm fertilizes an “X” egg, an “XX” female will result. If a “Y” sperm fertilizes an “X” egg, an “XY” male will result. If the “Y” chromosome from the sperm that fertilizes the “X” egg carries a small mutation or deletion affecting sperm production in part of it’s genetic make-up, a male child resulting from a pregnancy may have the same sperm production problem. It found that 10 to13% of men with an absent, or “zero” sperm count will have a mutation or deletion on the “Y” chromosome. We detected “Y” chromosome microdeletions in men with low, but not zero counts. We suggests you a very simple sophisticated blood analysis (test) to determine these conditions before your pregnancy.
– Klinefelter’s Symptom is a most common cause of Azoospermia and the causes of this disease such as: an abnormal number of sex chromosomes. Whereas a normal male genetic make-up includes one “X” chromosome and one “Y” chromosome, but if man having extra “X” chromosome is present, resulting in three (XXY) sex chromosomes. Thought at one time to be hopelessly infertile, it has been found that these men can have small amounts of sperm production occurring within the testicle. So we suggests you some artificial sperm that recover your problems and after this you can be a healthy children’s father.
So, Azoospermia requires evaluation by a doctor skilled in reproductive medicine.