Three common causes of Nil Sperm Count
Conditions that would cause nil pperm count are divided into three kinds, they are the most common causes that would lead to nil sperm count.Below are these three situations.
If sperm production is normal, as determined by a testis biopsy or FNA mapping, then the azoospermia is caused by an obstruction. Typically, in an obstructed man without an obvious reason for the problem, a blockage can be found in the epididymis 65% of the time, in the vas deferens 30% of the time and in the ejaculatory duct 5% of the time. The actual location of the blockage can be pinpointed with microsurgery, and microsurgery repair has superb success rates for achieving moving sperm in the ejaculate and pregnancy in cases of blockages in the epididymis (the most difficult area to repair in the system) not due to vasectomy.
In some cases of nonobstructive nil pperm count in which sperm production is not normal, then it is assumed that obstruction does not exist. In a few cases, this condition is medically treatable (Kallman syndrome, hyperprolactinemia); in most instances however, the only hope for building a biological family is to use sperm retrieved from the testis with assisted reproduction in the form of IVF and ICSI. One of the most difficult aspects of nonobstructive azoospermia, is that while testis sperm retrieval in men with obstruction is not difficult, there is a failure to obtain sperm for ICSI in up to 50% of men with nonobstructive azoospermia. In addition, recognized clinical features like testicular size, history of ejaculated sperm, serum FSH level, or biopsy reading, do not accurately predict whether or not sperm will be recovered from the testis. Importantly, it has become clear to Dr. Turek that as the number of samples from the testis is increased, the chances of finding sperm also increase.
Scar tissue that blocks the vas deferens can form either postoperatively or as the result of an infection (most commonly gonorrhea, though other infectious diseases may also cause blockage of the sperm duct).Some men are born without a vas deferens on either side. Congenital bilateral absence of the vas deferens (CBAVD) is associated with the gene for cystic fibrosis and is a rather unusual presentation of cystic fibrosis as it occurs in the absence of any chronic lung disease. For this reason, any man with azoospermia associated with congenital absence of the vas deferens should undergo genetic testing to determine whether he carries the gene that causes cystic fibrosis. In this condition, no medicine could help you, you may need to do the surgery.
But if your situations are caused by below two situations, you could try a herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill.Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can work in the whole genital system and urinary system in man, to cure the infections and inflammations. This herbal remedy cannot only cure infections and inflammations, it can cure some nil pperm count or infertility at the same time.
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