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Can secretory azoospermia be cured?

By María Ortega Ortega.
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.

Suggested for you: Treatment for Non-Obstructive & Obstructive Azoospermia.

 María  Ortega Ortega
María Ortega Ortega
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 .