Azoospermia in guys, for example where there is no sperm present in the semen, can be a result of two reasons. It can either be of the obstructive sort where there is generation of sperms in the testis yet blockage of the conduction framework, which brings the sperm out into the semen.On the other hand, the azoospermia might be of the non-obstructive sort, where there is a disappointment of the testicles to create sperms. In both these cases sperms can be removed either from the Epididymis, in a method known as percutaneous epididymal sperm desire (PESA), or Testicle, in a methodology known as testicular sperm yearning (TESA).
Now and again when these don’t yield sperms then a biopsy of testicular tissue is taken, which now and again has sperm joined. This is called testicular sperm extraction (TESE) or small scale TESE, if the medical procedure is done with a magnifying instrument and consequently prepared with egg utilizing ICSI.