The answer is a significant NO. The testis may be producing sperm but due to some reasons they may not be present in the ejaculate. These causes include a blockage along the reproductive tract, hormonal problems, ejaculation problems or issues with testicular structure or function.
Many possible reasons have been identified for men having azoospermia that includes genetic diseases like Klinefelter’s syndrome, medicinal treatments (chemotherapy or radiation), recreational substances like opiates, and structural anomalies such varicoceles or the absence of the vas deferens on both sides.
A vasectomy, which prevents sperm from joining other fluids in the ejaculate, is perhaps the most evident cause of male suffering from azoospermia as per the doctors of Kiran Infertility Centre – Bengaluru.
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