Have you been diagnosed with a low (oligospermia) or absent (azoospermia) sperm count? In some cases, there can be an underlying genetic explanation for this, including:
Meeting with a healthcare professional, such as a genetic counselor, to walk through your personal and family history can be helpful to determine the likelihood of a genetic cause for these concerns. For the majority of cases of oligo- or azoospermia, testing for all of the above things will likely come back normal, and we’re unable to determine the specific underlying cause.
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