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I have azoospermia (zero sperm) , may it be fixed with just only taking medicines?

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Dr. Scott Roseff answered

Specializes in Fertility Medicine

It depends: There are many different reasons for azoospermia. If a man has low hormones (from the brain that control sperm production), then pills or injections may help. If azoospermia is due to being born without the tubes that connect the "plumbing" (congenital absence of the vas), then medicines would be of no utility. Bottom line: you need a work up to determine proper therapy.

Answered 3/13/2014

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