Of course it is. Azoospermia means zero sperm count in the ejaculate, but it is possible to find them and/or produce them in order to perform in vitro fertilization (IVF).
The way to obtain sperm will depend on the cause of the azoospermia. In the case of obstructive azoospermia, a testicular biopsy will be sufficient to obtain spermatozoa. The embryologists analyze the sample under a microscope and look for the spermatozoa, isolate them from the tissue and prepare them for preservation by freezing.
On the other hand, if the azoospermia is secretory, it is necessary to differentiate between genetic and hormonal. When the problem is hormonal, it will be sufficient to apply the appropriate hormonal treatment to obtain spermatozoa in the ejaculate.
If the problem of secretory azoospermia is genetic, the sperm are not produced because there are chromosomal abnormalities or genetic abnormalities that make the testicular tissue abnormal and, therefore, it is hereditary. In this case, pregnancy will be achieved using donor sperm.