Azoospermia, also known as complete absence of sperm from a man’s ejaculate, is a male fertility issue that is present in 2% of the general male population, and is a frequent contributing factor toward the inability to conceive. An azoospermic male represent a man that does not have a measurable any sperm in his semen. The condition is typically diagnosed when a patient and their partner are experiencing difficultly conceiving and seek testing and diagnosis from a fertility specialist. A semen analysis will be performed in order to determine the number of viable sperm found in the male patient’s ejaculate. If virtually no sperm is found, a professional may require additional testing if it is deemed necessary. This testing can include a semen analysis at a fertility laboratory such as The Andrology Institute of America which is a highly specialized lab that diagnose the condition properly and make the necessary recommendations to the patient. Proper diagnosis is essential if the proper treatment may be prescribed. We offer a variety of prescriptions and treatment modalities.