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Zero sperm count high fsh

My husband did a SA analysis two weeks ago and the results were shocking to us he has zero sperm count. We could not believe it we are still trying to adjust to this. His SA results are as follows:

Volume: 3.5
Sperm count: 0
Viscosity: NORMAL
Liquefaction: COMPLETE
pH: 7.2
WBC: 0.02
Fructose: POSITIVE


FSH: 22.33
LH: 7.1
Prolactin: 14.9

We are still waiting for the testosterone level result. Did anyone had similar situation and what can we do!
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I'm so sorry to hear the news. My husband has azoospermia as well. You really need to get all the lab results to help the urologist see the big picture. It may be that he needs to have some more specialized lab test (blood) that is only done at certain hospitals (your doctor would send the blood there for you). He may need an ultrasound of the testies and possibly even a biopsy to see if the sperm are being made but just not coming out as they should. At the time of biopsy they can collect and cryopreserve the sperm for IUI or IVF. You would most likely be seeing an infertility urologist for most of these procedures if the blood work comes back good. He may also have chromosome testing done as well.

I know it all sounds overwhelming and scary. If you have any questions please send me a private message and I will try to help you!
Big hugs and best of luck to you both!
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