Surgical Sperm Retrieval

Surgical sperm retrieval is a broad term used to describe several types of procedures that can be used to recover sperm directly from the testicles when there is no sperm present in the ejaculate, or what is present is not suitable for fertility treatment. When there is no sperm in the ejaculate, this is called azoospermia. Occasionally, there may be sperm in the ejaculate, but the labs tell the clinicians that what is there is not suitable for injecting into eggs because for example, none of the sperm are moving or are alive.

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