Absence of have required levels of sperm in semen is known as Azoospermia. This condition indicates to very low levels of fertility or even sterility. 1% of male population will be affected by azoospermia, where nearly 20% of male infertility situations are noticed. There are various types of azoospermia are registered such as, Pretesticular azoospermia, Testicular azoospermia, Posttesticular azoospermia and Idiopathic azoospermia.
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