Our expert says:
The problem could either be obstructive azoospermia or non-obstructive azoospermia (testicular failure). If the problem is due to an obstruction then it is unlikely that any form of medical treatment would elevate the problem. The problem has to be dealt with surgically and in most cases a testis biopsy and cryopreservation/ freezing of the sperm for future use would be advisable. In the case of non-obstructive/testicular failure the problem of occasional or partial failure can be dealt with by means of medical treatment in the forms of injections or tablets but you would have to see an urologist to assess the situation.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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