Azoospermia:Can I be pregnant?

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- Dec 22, 2015 at 02:39 AM
Hi,
Can I be pregnant if my partner has azoospermia (no sperm)? Thanks for response.
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Hello,
Azoospermia is the term used when there is a complete absence of sperm in the ejaculate. Automatically, if sperm don't meet with a female egg, there is no risk of pregnancy.

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It is a myth that azoospermia can be get cured. I know personally two cases of azooospermia which are cured by alternate medicines and yoga. so go for it.

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Azospermia means that there was no sperm when the seminal fluid was examined so therefore no chance of pregnancy. I am sure there are stories of a pregnancy in other cultures but I have not seen medical evidence for this
Take care and good luck
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in the earlier reply there was an error. The first line shows that it can not be cured. I missed to type the word "not. So please read it as it is a myth that azoospermia can not be cured.
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I am a male : have azospermia
When I tried to do testicler sperm extraction surgery
There was no sperms
The doctor said he saw a sperm head by microscope and referred me to another doctor who is cleaver
He can find sperms when no other body can fine
But that time when wife left and divorced me
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Yes it can be possible through ICSI and IVF reproductive techniques.
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