Azoospermia Homeopathic Treatment

The most severe form of male infertility is called azoospermia. It refers to the complete absence of spermatozoa in the ejaculate. Usually, sperms are produced by a male's testicles in the scrotum. The male reproductive tract enables the sperm to bond with fluid found in the seminal vesicles in order to produce semen. Semen is a thick, white liquid that comes out from the penis during ejaculation. A lot of factors contributing to abnormal sperm production can ultimately result in azoospermia.

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Signs and symptoms of Azoospermia

Azoospermia symptoms include:

  • Infertility
  • Swelling or discomfort around the testicles
  • Reduction in facial or body hair
  • Experiencing pain while urinating
  • Having issues with ejaculation or erection
  • Pelvic pain and discomfort
Signs and symptoms of Azoospermia


Depending upon whether the ducts or vas deferens are obstructed or not

Obstructive Azoospermia (OA)

40% of azoospermic males suffer from the obstructive condition. Spermatogenesis tends to be normal in obstructive azoospermia, but the reproductive tracts of both testicles get obstructed. Due to this, there are no observable sperm in the semen.

Obstructive azoospermia (OA)
Nonobstructive Azoospermia (NOA)

Being the most prevalent form of azoospermia, it affects around 60% of azoospermic males. Severe problems in spermatogenesis, which are commonly caused by testicular failure or malfunction, are the most common cause of nonobstructive azoospermia. It may also be caused by pituitary or hypothalamic dysfunction.

Nonobstructive azoospermia (NOA)

Azoospermia Causes

Three categories—pre-testicular, testicular, and post-testicular—can be used to group potential azoospermia causes.


Pre-testicular azoospermia refers to endocrine abnormalities that have an adverse effect on spermatogenesis. They are caused by anomalies in the pituitary gland and/or hypothalamus, both of which are found in the brain. This imbalance of hormones prevents otherwise normal testicles from being triggered to produce sperm. It occurs due to low testosterone (hypogonadism), inadequate diet, and the use of specific medications.


Testicular etiologies are caused by inherent disorders in the testes' spermatogenesis. It implies that there is an issue in sperm generation within the testicles themselves. Sperm production might be absent completely or may get interrupted at any point in the early or late stages of sperm maturation. These problems can be either congenital, i.e., existing from birth, or may be acquired at any point later in life.


Post-testicular cause of azoospermia implies the ductal system being blocked anywhere in the male reproductive tract. Even though the testicles are producing sperm, there is no ejaculation because of an obstruction in the genital tract, which blocks the reproductive tracts of both testicles. As a result, the semen cannot comprise any detectable sperm.

The analysis of physical and laboratory data, such as serum FSH level, bilateral vas deferens, testicular volume, and semen volume, can assist in differentiating between the three categories.


  • Eat a nutrient-rich diet
  • Workout Regularly
  • Do Yoga and Meditation
  • Avoid exposure to high temperatures
  • Avoid alcohol consumption

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