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Can secretory azoospermia be cured?

By María Ortega Ortega (embryologist).
Last Update: 11/27/2020

The secretory azoospermia can have diverse origins: genetic factors (delections, chromosomal alterations), acquired factors (surgery, trauma), external factors (irradiation, toxins, drugs) or testicular tumor.

Depending on the origin of the secretory azoospermia, it can have a treatment that allows to restore the spermatogenesis. This would allow for the reappearance of spermatozoa in the semen.

 María  Ortega Ortega
María Ortega Ortega
BSc, MSc
Embryologist
Degree in Biology and Biochemistry from the University of Salamanca. She has a Master's Degree in Human Reproduction from the Complutense University of Madrid and another one in Nutrition and Health from the Open University of Catalonia.
Licence number: CLM-0180
Embryologist. Degree in Biology and Biochemistry from the University of Salamanca. She has a Master's Degree in Human Reproduction from the Complutense University of Madrid and another one in Nutrition and Health from the Open University of Catalonia. Licence number: CLM-0180 .